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PENNSYLVANIA 
ARCHIVES 



fiftb Series 



VOLUME V. 



EDITED BY 

THOMAS LYNCH MONTGOMERY 



rNDKK THE I>IKECT!(>X OF TlIK 

Hon. frank M. FULLER, 



SKCKKTAKY OK THK COMMON WKALTH. 



HARRISBURG. pa.: 

HARRISBL'IIG I'UDLISHING ('OMPANY. STATE I'RINTER. 
1906. 




290326 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA PENN- 
SYLVANIA. 



(1) 

1— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



(2) 



GENERAL OFFICERS IN TH^iPENN'A 
MILITIA (a). ■■/.•• / 



Majors General. 

John Armstrong, June 5, 1777. 
Arthur St. Clair, May 7, 1779. 
James Potter, May 23, 1782. 
James Irvine, May 27, 1782. 

Brigadiers General. 

Samuel Miles, December 25, 1776. 

John Cadwallader, Dec, 25, 1776. 

John Armstrong (App'd MaJ. Gen'l), April 5. 1777. 

James Potter, April 5, 1777. 

Samuel Meredith, April 5, 1777. 

James Irvine, Aug. 26, 1777. 

John Lacey, Jan. 9, 1778. 

James Wilson. May 23, 1782. 

Persifor Frazer, May 25. 1782. 

Daniel Heister. May 26. 1782. 

Frederick Watts. May 27, 1782. 

Adjutants General. 

Col. John Bull, June 17, 1777. 
John Armstrong. Oct. 2, 1784. 

Deputy Adj't. General. 
Major Solomon Bush, July 5, 1777. 

Paymaster General.* 
John Pierce, May 1, 1781. 

Deputy. 
Philip Audibert, July 18, 1781. 

Barrack Master 

Henry Melchoir, Aug. 15, 1777. 

(3) 



4 ASgOflGlAXORS AND MILITIA. 

• *• •• " 
• •^ •• • 

Oofdipander of Militia on Susquehanna. 
. • *i\ 

Gen'^ Jofiq Yftcey, July 16, 1778. 

: .•, \ • ' Commander at Fort Pitt. 

Gen. James Irvine (app'd by Congress), Oct. 11, 1781. 

Wagon Masters for the State. 

James Young, Jan. 9, 1778. 

Benjamin Davis. 

Jacob Morgan, Jun., August 14, 1780. 

Quarter Masters General. 

Matthew Irwin, Sept. 14, 1777. 

Gen'l Nathaniel Greene, Mar. 31, 1780. 

Timothy Pickering, August 2, 1780. 

Assistants. 

Charles Pettit. May 18, 1778. 
Col. John Coxe, June 10, 1779. 

Their Agent. 
Anthony Butler, Aug. 27, 1777. 

Deputies. 

Jonathan Mifflin, Sept. 8, 1777. 
John Mitchell, Aug. 21, 1778. 
Col. Robert Lettis Hooper, May 21, 1779. 
John Davis, June 22, 1780. 

• Inspector General. 
Michael Ryan, June 19, 1780. 

Receiver General of Clothing. 

Col. Francis Johnston. 

Jacob S. Howell, Jan. 27, 1778. 

Muster Master General. 
Lodowick Sprogell, May 17, 1779. 



GENERAL. OFFICERS. 

State Clothiers. 
Francis Swaine, July 23, 1779. 

Sub-Clothier. 
Capt. Dean Ziegler, Nov. 18, 1780. 

Superintendent of Arms. 
James Walsh, April 23, 1779. 

Commissary of the State. 
Lfieut Col. Lewis Farmer, June 3, 1778. 

Commissary of Prisoners. 
Thomas Bradford, Oct. 9, 1779. 

Commissaries of Purchases in Penna. 

John Arndt, Feb. 19, 1778. 
David Deshler, Feb. 19, 1778. 
Ephraim Blaine. 

Deputies. 

Royal Flint, Jan. 14, 1780. 
Robert Forsyth, Oct. 30, 1780. 

Director General of Militia Hospitals. 
Dr. James Hutchinson, Aug. 8, 1780. 

Superintendent of Commissions for Purchasing Provisions. 
Jacob Morgan, Jun., Aug. 14, 1780. 

Judge Advocate of the Penn'a Militia. 
Henry Osborne, Oct. 12, 1780. 

Receiver of Provisions. 
John Hazlewood, Dec. 26, 1780. 

Superintendent of Recruiting, Etc. 
Richard Humpton, Dec. 21, 1781. 



6 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Directors of the Salt Works. 

Thomas Savage, Aug. 26, 1777. 
James Davidson, Jan. 16, 1778. 

Purchaser of Woodland In New Jersey for Salt Works. 

John CJoxe, Esq., Sept. 8, 1777. 

(N. B. The Salt Works were ordered to be sold 5th Novem- 
ber, 1779.) 

Paymasters Penn'a Militia. 

John White, Aug. 9, 1777. 

Thomas Dorsey, vice s'd White, declined, Aug. 13, 1777. 

Commander at Fort Mifflin. 
Lieut. Col. Samuel Smith, Jan. 7, 1778. 

Armourers. 

John Tyler, Jan. 29, 1778. 
John Butler, May 16, 1778. 
Ebenezer Cowell, Sept. 3, 1778. 
William Henry, Sept. 4, 1778. 

Deputy Qr. Mr. General to the Superintendents. 
Robt. L. Hooper, Feb. 23, 1778. 

Deputy under said Hooper. 
Richard Backhouse, April 2, 1778. 

Paymasters of People Employed at Billlngsport. 

James Dundas, Feb. 25, 1778. 

Maj. William Armstrong, May 4, 1779. 

Superintendent of the Gun-lock Factory. 
Benjamin Rlttenhouse, Feb. 15, 1778. 

* Quarter Master General of the Penna. Mllltla. 

Dr. David Jackson, Oct. 23, 1779. 
Col. Clement Btddle, Sept. 11, 1781. 



GENERAL. OFFICERS. 7 

Muster Master of Militia. 
Samuel Sterrett, Aug. 2S, 1780. 

Distributor of Articles to Penna. Line. 
Capt Dean Zeigler, Nov. 18, 1780. 

Surgeon of Proctor's Artillery. 
Reading Beatty, Feb. 9, 1781. 

Surgeon to the Invalid Regiment. 
Matthew Mans, Dec. 26, 1781. 

Director of the Hospitals. 
Dr. James Hutchinson, Oct. 6, 1781. 

Physician General of the State. 
Dr. James Hutchinson, Oct. 6, 1781. 

Surgeon General of the State. 

Dr. James Hutchinson, Oct. 6, 1781. 

Assistant Forage Masters. 

Owen Biddle, Philadelphia, March 3, 1780. 

Jacob Bennett, Bucks, April 5, 1780. 

William McCalla, Bucks, April 5, 1780. 

David Deshler, Northampton, April 5, 1780. 

Col. Jacob Morgan, Berks, April 5, 1780. 

Col. Philip Marsteller, Lancaster, April 5, 1780. 

Reading Howell, Chester, April 5, 1780. 

Archd. Dick, Chester, April 5, 1780. 

Col. John Davis, York, Cumb. and Bedford, April 5, 1780. 

Archd. Steele, Westmoreland, April 5, 1780. 

Col. William Cooke, Northumberland, April 5, 1780. 

Purchasers and Places of Delivery. 

Andrew Doz. — Philadelphia. 

John Bull.— Phila. County, North Wales Meeting House. 
John Gill.— Bucks, Sipell's Mill or Coryell's Ferry. 
David Deshler. — Northampton, at such places as he may want it 
fbr Publick House. 



8 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Nicholas Lutz.— Berks, Reading. 

Christian Wertz.— Lancaster, Lancaster and Lebanon. 

Persifor Frazer. — Chester, near Downing Town. 

William Scott.— York, York Town. 

Samuel Lyon. — Cumberland, Carlisle. 

Charles Cessna. — Bedford, Bedford. 

John Allen. — Westmoreland, Port Ligonier and Port Pitt. 

Frederick Antes. — Northumberland, Sunbury and Wyoming. 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION, (a.) 



Passed by the Committee of Safety, August 19, 1775. 



We, the officers and soldiers, engaged in the present asso- 
ciation for the defense of American liberty, being fully sensible 
that the sthength and security of any body of men, acting 
together, consists in just regularity, due subordination, and 
exact obedience to command, without which no individual 
can have that confidence in the support of those about him, 
that is so necessary to give firmness and resolution to the whole, 
do voluntarily and freely, after consideration of the follow- 
ing articles, adopt the same as the rules by which we agree and 
resolve to be governed in all our military concerns and opera- 
tions, until the same, or any of them, shall be changed or dis- 
solved by the Assembly, or Provincial Convention, or in their 
recess by the Committee of Safety, or a happy reconciliation 
shall take place between Great Britian and the Colonies. 

1st. If any officer make use of any profane oath or execration, 
when on duty, he shall forfeit and pay, for each and every such 
offence, the sum of five shillings. And if a non-commissioned 
officer or soldier be thus guilty of cursing or swearing, he shall 
forfeit and pay, for each and every such offence, the sum of one 
shilling. 

2d. Any officer or soldier who shall refuse to obey the lawful 
orders of his superior officer, may be suspended from doing 
duty on that day, and shall upon being convicted thereof before 
a regimental court martial, make such concessions as said court 
martial shall direct. 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION. 9 

3d. Any officer or soldier who shall begin, excite, cause, Join 
in, or promote any disturbance in the battalion, troop, or com- 
pany, to which he belongs, or in any other battalion, troop, or 
company, shall be censured according to the nature of the 
offence, by the judgment of a regimental court martial. 

4th. Any officer or soldier who shall strike his superior 
officer, or draw or offer to draw, or shall lift up any weapon, 
or offer any violence against him, being in the execution of his 
office, shall, upon conviction before a regimental court martial, 
be dismissed, and shall be aeemed to be thereby disgraced as 
unworthy the company of freemen. 

5th. Any commanding or other officer who shall strike any 
person when on duty, shall, upon conviction before a general 
court martial, be in like manner dismissed and disgraced. 

6th. Any officer or non-commissioned officer or soldier, who 
shall make use of insolent, provoking, or indecent language 
while on duty, shall suffer censure or fine as shall be inflicted 
by a regimental court martial, according to the nature of the 
offence. 

7th. If any officer or soldier should think himself injured by 
his colonel, or the commanding officer of the battalion, and 
shall, upon due application made to him, be refused redress, he 
may complain to the general of the Pennsylvania Associators, 
or to the colonel of any other battalion, who is to summon a 
general court martial, and see that justice be done. 

8th. If any inferior officer or soldier shall think himself in- 
jured by his captain, or other superior officer in the battalion, 
troop, or company to which he belongs, he may complain to 
the commanding officer of the regiment, who is to summon a 
regimental court martial, for the doing justice according to the 
nature of the case. 

9th. No officer, non-commissioned officer, or soldier shall fail 
of repairing with their arms, ammunition, and accoutrements 
upon any regular alarm, or at the time fixed, to the place of 
parade or other rendezvous appointed by the commanding 
officer, if not prevented by sickness or some other evident 
necessity, or shall go from the place of parade without leave 
trom the commanding officer before he shall be regularly dis- 
missed, on penalty of being fined or censured according to the 
nature of the offence, by the sentence of a regimental court 
martial. But no officer or soldier shall be obliged to attend to 
learn the military exercise more than once in a week. 

10th. Any officer or soldier found drunk when under arms, 
shall be suspended from doing duty in the battalion, company, 



10 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

or troop on that day, and be fined or censured, at the discretion 
of a regimental court martial. 

11th. Whatever sentinal shall be found sleeping upon his 
post, or shall leave it before he is regularly relieved, shall suffer 
such penalty or disgrace as shall be ordered by a regimental 
'^ourt martial. 

12th. Whatever commissioned officer shall be convicted before 
a general court martial, of behaving in a scandalous or infam- 
ous manner unbecoming the character of an officer and a 
gentleman, shall be dismissed from the association with dis- 
grace. 

13th. Every non-commissioned officer or soldier who shall be 
convicted at a regimental court martial of having sold, care- 
lessly lost, willfully spoiled or wasted, or having offered for 
sale, any ammunition, arms, or accoutrements belonging to this 
Province, shall be dismissed such battalion, troop, or company 
as an unworthy member, and be prosecuted as the law directs. 

14th. All disorders and neglects with which officers and sol- 
diers may be guilty of, to the prejudice of the good order and 
military discipline of the association of this Province, are to be 
taken cognizance of by a general or regimental court martial, 
according to the nature and degree of the offence, and be cen- 
sured at their discretion. 

15th. That on the flrst meeting of every battalion, after sub- 
scribing these articles of association, and from thence forward 
on the first meeting of every battalion, after the third Monday 
in September annually, there be chosen two persons, such as 
are entitled to vote for members of Assembly, out of each com- 
pany in the respective battalions, by the non-commissioned 
officers and privates, whose duty and office shall be for the year 
following, to set and join with the officers in court martial, 
which persons so chosen shall be styled court martial men. 

16th. Every general court martial shall consist of thirteen 
members, six of whom shall be commissioned officers under 
the rank of a field officer, and six court martial men, who shall 
be drawn by lot out of the whole number, and these twelve are 
to choose a president, who shall be a field officer and have a 
casting voice. 

17th. Every regimental court martial shall be composed of 
seven members, three officers, three court martial men, and a 
president, who is to be a captain, and to be chosen by the six, 
and also to have a casting voice. 

18th. In all courts martial not less than two thirds of the 
members must agree in every sentence for inflicting penalties, 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION. 11 

or for disgracing any associator, otherwise he shall be ac- 
quitted. 

19th. The president of each and every court martial, whether 
regimental or general, shall require all witnesses, in order to 
trial of offenders, to declare on their honor, that what they give 
in as evidence is the truth, and the members of all courts 
martial shall make a declaration to the president, and the presi- 
aent to the next rank, upon their honor, that they will give 
Judgment with impartiality. 

20th. All non-commissioned officers, drummers, fifers, or 
others, that shall be employed and receive pay in any of the 
battalions, companies, or troops, shall subscribe these rules 
and regulations, and be subject to such fines, to be deducted 
from their pay, and to such penalties as a regimental court 
martial shall think proper, upon being convicted of having 
transgressed any of these regulations. 

21st All associators called as witnesses in any case before a 
court martial, who shall refuse to attend and give evidence, 
shall be censured or fined, at the discretion of the court 
martial. 

22d. No officer or soldier being charged with transgressing 
these rules, shall be sufEered to do duty In the regiment, com- 
pany, or troop to which he belongs, until he has had his trial 
by a court martial; and every person so charged shall be tried 
as soon as a court martial can be conveniently assembled. 

23d. The officers and soldiers of every company of artillery, 
or other company, troop, or party that is or shall be annexed 
to any battalion, shall be subject to the command of the colonel 
or commanding officer of said battalion, and the officers shall 
set as members of courts martial in the same manner as the 
officers of any other company. 

24th. No penalty shall be infiicted at the discretion of a court 
martial other than degrading, cashiering, or fining, the fines 
for the officers not to exceed three pounds, and the fine for a 
non-commisioned officer or soldier not to exceed twelve shil- 
lings for one fault. 

25th. The field officers of each and every battalion shall ap- 
point a person to receive such fines as may arise within the 
same, for breach of any of these articles, and shall direct those 
fines to be carefully and properly applied to the relief of the 
sick, wounded, or necessitous soldiers belonging to that bat- 
talion, and such person shall account with the field officers for 
all fines received, and the application thereof. 

26th. The general or commander-in-chief of this association. 



12 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

for the time being, shall have full power of pardoning or miti- 
gating any censures or penalties ordered to be inflicted for the 
^reach of any of these articles by any general court martial; 
and every offender convicted as aforesaid, by any regimental 
court martial, may be pardoned, or have his penalties miti- 
gated by the colonel or commanding officer of the battalion, 
excepting only where such censures or penalties are directed as 
satisfaction for injuries received by one officer or soldier from 
another. 

27th. Any officer, non-commissioned officer, or other person, 
who, having subscribed these articles, shall refuse to make such 
concessions, pay such fines, or in any other matter refuse to 
comply with the Judgment of any court martial, shall be dis- 
missed the service, and held up to the public as unfriendly to 
the liberties of America. 

28th. Upon the determination of any point by a regimental 
court martial, if the officer or soldier concerned on either side 
thinks himself still aggrieved, he may appeal to a general court 
martial; but, if upon second hearing, the appeals appears 
groundless and vexatious, the person so appealing shall be 
censured, at the discretion of the general court martial. 

29th. Upon the death, resignation, promotion, or other re- 
moval of an officer from any battalion, troop, or company (ex- 
cept field officers), or any court martial men, such vacancy is 
to be filled by the person or persons such troop or company 
shall elect. 

30th. No officer or soldier shall be tried a second time for the 
same offence, except in case of appeal. 

31st. All officers and soldiers of every battalion, troop, com- 
pany, or party of associators, who shall be called by the As- 
sembly, or Committee of Safety in recess of Assembly, into 
actual service, and be on pay, shall, when acting by them- 
selves, or in conjunction with the Continental forces, be sub- 
ject to all the rules and articles made by the honorable Con- 
gress for the government of the Continental troops. 

32d. No commissioned, non-commissioned officer, or private 
shall withdraw himself from the company to which he bo- 
longs, without a discharge from the commanding officer of the 
battalion, nor shall such person be received into any other 
company without such discharge. 

In testimony of our approbation and consent to be governed 
by the above regulations, which have been deliberately read 
to, or carefully perused by us, we have hereunto set our hands. 



COLONELS ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS. 13 



COLONELS ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS, 1775. (a.) 



Philadelphia city. 

1. John Dickinson. 

2. Daniel Roberdeau. 

3. John Cadwalder. 

4. Thomas McKean. 

5. (Rifle battalion), Timothy Matlack. 

Philadelphia county. 

6. William Hamilton. 

7. Robert Lewis. 

8. Thomas Potts. 

9. (Formerly Samuel Miles, Esq.,) J. Bull. 

10. Tench Francis. 

11. Colonel Hill. 

Bucks county. 

12. Joseph Kirkbride. 

13. Joseph Hart. 

14. Andrew Kachlein. 

15. Arthur Erwin. 

Chester county. 

16. James Moore. 

17. Thomas Hockley. 

18. Hugh Lloyd. 

19. William Montgomery. 

20. Richard Thomas. 

Lancaster county. 

21. George Ro.ss. 

22. Matthias Slough. 

23. Curtis Grubb. 

24. Thomas Porter. 

25. John Ferree. 

26. James Burd. 

27. Peter Grubb. 

28. Bartram Galbraith. 



14 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

York county. 

29. James Smith. 

30. Robert McPhereon. 
'31. Richard McAllister. 

32. William Smith. 

33. Matthew Dill. 

Cumberland county. 

34. Robert Callender. 

35. (William Thompson, made a Brigadier Qeneral.) 

36. John Montgomery. 

37. James Wilson. 

Berks county. 

38. Edward Biddle. 

39. Mark Bird. 

40. Daniel Broadhead. 

41. Balzer Geehr. 

42. Christian Louer. 

Northumberland county. 

43. George Taylor. 

44. Henry Geiger. 

45. Yost Driesbach. 

46. Jacob Stroud. 

Bedford county. 

47. Bernard Dougherty. 

48. (Samuel Davidson.) 

Northumberland county. 

49. Samuel Hunter. 

50. James Potter. 

51. William Plunkett. 

Westmoreland county. 

52. John Proctor. 

53. John Carnahan 



COMMITTEE OF CONFERENCE. 15 



ADDRESS OF THE COMMITTEE OF CONFERENCE, (a.) 



To the Associations of Pennsylvania, June 26, 1776. 



Gentlemen: The only design of our meeting together was 
to put an end to our own power in the Province by fixing 
upon a plan for calling a convention to form a government 
under the authority of the people. But the sudden and un- 
expected separation of the Assembly has compelled us to un- 
dertake the execution of a resolve of Congress for calling forth 
4,500 of the militia of the Province to join the militia of the 
neighboring colonies to form a camp for our immediate 
protection. We presume only to recommend the plan we have 
formed to you, trusting that in case of so much consequence 
your love of virtue and zeal for liberty will supply the want 
of authority delegated to us expressly for that purpose. 

We need not remind you that you are now furnished 
with new motives to animate and support your courage. 
You are not about to contend against the power of Great 
Britain in order to displace one set of villains to make room 
for another. Your arms will not be enervated in the day 
of battle with the reflection that you are to risk your lives 
or shed your blood for a British tyrant, or that your pos- 
terity will have your work to do over again. You are about 
to contend for permanent freedom, to be supported by a 
government which will be derived from yourselves, and which 
will have for its object not the enrollment of one man, or 
class of men only, but the safety, liberty, and happiness of 
every individual in the community. 

We call upon you, therefore by the respect and obedience 
which are due to the authority of the United Colonies, to 
concur in this important measure. The present campaign 
will probably decide the fate of America. It is now in your 
power to immortalize your names by mingling your achieve- 
ments with the event.s of the year 1776 — a year which we hope 
will be famed in the annals of history to the end of time, 
for establishing upon a lasting foundation the liberties of 
one quarter of the globe. 

Remember the honor of our Colony is at stake. Should 
you desert the common cause at the present juncture, the 
glory you have acquired by your former exertions of strength 



16 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

and virtue will be tarnished, and our friends and bethren who 
are now acquiring laurels in the most remote parts of Amer- 
ica will reproach us and blush to own themselves natives or 
inhabitants of Pennsylvania. But there axe other motives 
before you— your houses, your fields, the legacies of your 
ancestors, or the dear-bought fruits of your own industry 
and your liberty— now urge you to the field. These cannot 
plead with you in vain, or we might point out to you further — 
your wives, your children, your aged fathers and mothers, 
who now look up to you for aid and hope for salvation in this 
day of calamity only from the instrumentality of your swords. 
Remember the name of Pennsylvania. Think of your an- 
cestors and of your posterity. 



MINUTES OF THE CONVENTION. 



Of Delegates from the Associated Battalions, held at Lan- 
caster, July 4, 1776. 



At a meeting of the Officers and Privates of 53 Battalions of 
the Associators of the Colony of Pennsylvania, at Lancaster, 
on the 4th day of July, 1776, on due Notice to choose two 
Brigadier-Generals to command the Battalions and Forces in 
the said Colony, — Col. Geo. Ross, President; Lieut.-Col. Daniel 
Clymer, secretary. 

The Protest of the Board of Oflicers of the Five Battalions 
of the City & Liberties of Philad'a to the Assembly was read. 

The Circular Letter signed by the Chairman, Col. Roberdeau, 
was read. 

The Circular Letter from the Committee of Privates of the 
City & Liberties of Philada signed by the Chairman, Mr. Saml. 
Simpson, was read. 

The Protest of the Privates of the City & Liberties of 
Philada to the Assembly signed by Mr. Samuel Simpson was 
read. 

By the Returns of the City & Liberties of Philada and the 
several countys of the Colony of Pennsylva the following 
Persons were Delegates to the Convention: 



MINUTES OF THE CONVENTION. 17 

CITY AND UBERTIES OF PHILADELPHIA. 

First Battalion. 

Officers— Col. John Chevalier. 

Capt Joseph Copperthwait. 
Privates — Mr. Thomas Nevill. 
Mr. George Nelson. 

Second Battalion. 

Officers — Col. D. Roberdeau. 

. Capt. Wm. Bradford. 
Privates — Mr. Thomas Montgomery. 
Mr. Wm. Pool. 

Third Battalion. 

Officers — MaJ. Robert Knox. 

Capt. Sharp Delaney. 
Privates— Mr. Paul Cox . 

Mr. Charles Prior. 

Fourth Battalion. 

Officers— Capt. John Kling. 

Capt. James Brewster. 
Privates — John Brown. 
Henry Lock. 

Fifth Battalion. 

Officers — Lieut.-Col. Daniel Clymer. 

Capt. Lewis Bitting. 
Privates — Thomas Craig. 
Jacob Rltter. 

PHILADELPHIA COUNTY. 
First Battalion. 

Officers — Major Isaac Hughes. 

Mr. George Gray, standard bearer. 
Privates — Jesse Roberts. 
William Smith. 

Second Battalion. 

Officers — Col. Josiah Hart. 

Capt. Marshall Edwards. 
Privates— Robert Whitten. 
John Simpson. 
2— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



18 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Third Battalion. 
(Blank.) 

Fourth Battalion. 

Officers— (Blank. ) 
Privates— James Hazlett. 
William Hicks. 

BUCKS COUNTY. 
First Battalion. 

Officers — Capt. John Jervis. 

Capt. John Folwell. 
Privates — Arthur Watts. 
Joseph Fenton. 

Second Battalion. 

Officers — Capt. John Jameson. 

Adjt Wm. Thompson. 
Privates— Alvin Hollis. 
Wm. Harr. 

Third Battalion. 

Officers — Col. Andrew Kechlein. 

Lieut.-Col. Josiah Bryan. 
Privates— John Patterson. 

Michael Stoneback. 

Fourth Battalion. 

Officers — Col. Arthur Erwin. 

Lieut.-Col. Robert Robinson. 
Privates- Tunis V. Middlewarts. 
Francis Titus." 

CHESTER COUNTY. 
First Battalion. 

Officers — Maj. John Ciilbertson. 

Capt Benjamin Wallace. 
Privates — Samuel Cunningham. 
Andrew Boyd. 

Second Battalion. 

Officers— Lieut.-Col. Wm. Gibbons. 
Capt. Wm. Scott. 



MINUTES OF THE CONVENTION. 19 

Privates— David Denny. 

Samuel Culbertson. 

Third Battalion. 

Fourth Battalion. 

OfBcers— Col. Wm. Montgomery. 
Capt. Joseph Gardiner. 
Privates — John Mackey. 
John Fulton. 

Fifth Battalion. 

LANCASTER COUNTY. 
First Battalion. 

OflScers — Col. Geo. Ross. 

Lieut-Col. Adam Reigart. 
Privates— Christian Werts. 
Francis Bailey. 

Second Battalion. 

Officers— Col. Curtis Grubb. 

Maj. Philip Marsteller. 
Privates — James Sullivan. 
Ludwig Zearing. 

Third Battalion. 

Officers — Lieut.-Col. Robert Thompson. 

MaJ. Thos. Smith. 
Privates — John Smith. 
Isaac Erwin. 

Fourth Battalion. 

Officers — Capt. Joseph Sherer. 
Capt. James Murray. 
Privates — Abraham Darr. 
Wm. Laird. 

Fifth Battalion. 

Officers — Col. James Crawford. 
Capt. James Mercer. 
Privates — Henry Slaymaker. 
John Whltehlll. 

Sixth Battalion. 

Officers — Lieut.-Col. Alexander Lowrey. 
Major James Cunningham. 



20 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Privates— John Bealey. 

John Jameson. 

Seventh Battalion. 

Officers— Col. Matthias Slough. 

Lieut-Ck>l. Leonard Rantpanny. 
Privates — Christian Bough. 
Simon Snider. 

Eighth Battalion. 

Officers— Col. Peter Grubb. 

Capt. Henry Weaver. 
Privates— William Smith. 
George Ury. 

Ninth Battalion. 

Officers — Lieut.-Col. Christian Wegman. 

Major Michael Tice. 
Privates— Michael Diliebaugh. 
Anthony Deibler. 

Tenth Rifle Battalion. 

Officers — Col. John Ferree. 

Lieut. -Col. Andrew Little. 
Privates — George Line. 

Joseph Whitehill. 

Eleventh Rifle Battalion. 

Officers— Col. Timothy Green. 

Lieut.Col. Peter Hederick. 
Privates— Wm. Barnett. 

Geo. Tittle. 

YORK COUNTY. 
First Battalion. 

Officers — Col. Joseph Donaldson. 
Capt. Michael Smyser. 
Privates— William Scott. 
John Ewing. 

Second Battalion. 

Officers— Maj. Hugh Dinwiddle. 
Capt. Hugh Campbell. 



MINUTES OF THE CONVENTION. 21 

Privates— David McConaughy, Esq., 
Mr. George Clingan. 

Third Battalion. 

Officers — Major Joseph Jeffries. 

Major John Andrew. 
Privates — John Hamilton. 
Thomas Lillie. 

Fourth Battalion. 

Officers— Col. Wm. Smith. 

Major John Flnley. 
Privates — Jacob Stehley. 
Josiah Scott. 

Fifth Battalion. 

Officers— Col. Matthew Dill. 

Major Garrett Craft. 
Privates — James Nealor. 
David Messerly. 

CUMBERLAND COUNTY. 
First Battalion. 

Officers— Capt. John Steel. 
Lieut. Wm. Blair. 
Privates — Jonathan Hoge. 
Ephraim Steel. 

Second Battalion. 

Officers— Capt. John McClelland. 

Capt. Ellas Davidson. 
Privates — Jonathan Smith. 
Henry Pawling. 

Third Battalion. 

Officers— Lieut.-Col. W. Clark. 

Capt. Andrew McFarlane. 
Privates — James Brown. 
Wm. Sterrett. 

Fourth Battalion. 

Officers— Lieut.-Col. Frederick Watts. 
Capt. George Robinson. 



22 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA, 

Privates — John Hamilton. 
James Read. 

Fifth Battalion. 

Officers — Col. Joseph Armstrong. 

Major James McCalmont. 
Privates — James Flndley. 
John Vance. 

BERKS COUNTY. 
First Battalion. 

Officers— Major Gabriel Hlester. 

Lieut. Philip Cremer. 
Privates — John Hartman. 
Peter Filbert. 

Second Battalion. 

Officers— Col. Mark Bird. 

Major John Jones. 
Privates — David Morgan. 

Benjamin Tolbert. 

Third Battalion. 

Officers— Lleut.-Col. Nicholas Luts. 

Capt. George Rheam. 
Privates — Henry Spoon. 

Mathias Wenrich. 

Fourth Battalion. 

Officers — Major Michael Lindemuth. 

Capt. George May. 
Privates — Michael Moser. 

Fitth BatUllon. 

Officers— Col. John Patton. 

Lleut.-Col. John Rice. 
Privates — Jacob Selser. 

Christian Winter. 

Sixth Battalion. 

Officers — Major Conrad Leffler. 
Lieut. John Miller. 



MINUTES OF THE CONVENTION. 23 

Privates— John Hill. 
Henry Lark. 

Seventh Battalion. 

Officers— Col. Sebastian Levan. 
Adjutant Samuel Ebey. 
Privates— Philip Bisters. 
Casper Smack. 
Eighth Battalion. 

NORTHAMPTON COUNTY. 

First Battalion. 

Officers- Major Abraham Labar. 

Capt John Arndt 
Privates— Wm. McFarren. 
Jacob Upp. 

Second Battalion. 

Officers — Col. Henry Geiger. 

Capt. Michael Snider. 
Privates— Richard Barkhous. 
Peter Hass. 

Third Battalion. 

Officers — Major John Sigfried. 
Capt. Nicholas Kern. 
Privates — Robert Brown. 
Henry Best. 

Fourth Battalion. 

Officers — Col. Jacob Strpud. 

Capt. Timothy Jayne. 
Privates — John McDowell, Jr. 
Derrick Van Vleck. 



NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. 

Battalion under Col. Hunter. 

Officers— Capt. Christian Gillespie. 
Lieut. George Calhoun. 
Privates — Frederick Stone. 

Laughlin McCartney. 



24 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA, 

Battalion under Col. Plunkett. 

Officers— Major John Brady. 

Lieut. Mordecai McKinney. 
Privates — Paul Geddis. 

Andrew Culbertson. 

Battalion under Col. Weiser. 

Officers — Col. Benjamin Weiser. 

Lieut.-Col. Samuel Maclay. 
Privates—Seth Matlock. 
Jonas Zokan. 

Battalion under Col. Potter. 

Officers— Lieut.-Col. Robert Moodie. 

Capt. Wm. Gray. 
Privates — James McClenaghan. 
Benjamin Sterrett. 



WESTMORELAND COUNTY. 

I<1rst Battalion. 

Officers — Capt. Wendle Urey. 

Capt. Alex. Thompson. 
Privates— Wm. Guthrey. 
Wm. Perry. 

Second Battalion. 

Officers — Col. Providence Mountz. 

Major James bmith. 
Privates — John Carmichael. 
George Gray. 

A question was put whether the Officers & Privates would 
ballot singly. Resolved unanimously in the affirmative. 

Resolved, That both B. Gen'ls be voted for at the sam€ 
time, & the Highest in Votes to be the Commanding Officer, 
Adjourned till 5 o'clock, p.m. 

P. M., 5 o'clock. The Officers & Privates met according 
to Adjournment. 

Resolved, That Col. Mark Bird & Capt. Sharp Dalaney, with 
the President, be Judges of the Election for Brigadiers Genl. 



MINUTES OF THE CONVENTION. 25 

The Election came on the same Day, & after casting up 
the Poll, the Votes stood thus for Brigadier Generals- 
Daniel Roberdeau 160 

. James Ewing 85 

Samuel Miles 82 

James Potter 24 

Curtis Grubb 9 

George Ross 9 

Thomas McKean 8 

Mark Bird 7 

The President immediately declared Daniel Roberdeau, First 
Brigadier General; James Ewing Second Brigadier General. 

Resolved, That the Brigadier Generals shall have full Porwe 
& Authority to call out any Number of the Associators of this 
Province into Action — their Power to continue until suc- 
ceeded [superseded] by the Convention or by any Authority 
under their Appointment. 

Resolved, That the President of this Board shall have full 
Pow«r & Authorty to grant Commissions to the two Briga- 
dier Generals until Commissions issue from the Convention 
or any Authority they shall appoint. 

Resolved, That we will march under the Direction & Com- 
mand of our Brigadier Generals to the Assistance of all or 
any of the free, independent States of America. 

Resolved, That the Associators to be drafted out of each 
County by the Brigadier Generals, shall be in the same pro- 
portion as that directed by the late Provincial Conference in 
Philada. 

Resolved, That the Address of this Board be presented to 
the President for his seasonable & excellent speech this Day 
in behalf of the Liberties of America & of this Colony in par- 
ticular, which the Col. received, & the cheerfulness, celerity, 
and Impartiality with which he conducted the Business of this 
Day [which the Colonel reviewed and politely thanked the 
Board for the Honor done him in their Address]. 

Resolved, That Col. Ross, Lieut.-Col. Daniel Clymer, & Capt. 
Sharp Delaney be a Committee to review and correct the 
Minutes of the Proceedings of this day, & they are hereby de- 
sired to publish them in the several Newspapers of this Col- 
ony, and that they be signed by the President. 

D. CLYMER. GEO. ROSS, 

Secretary. President 

Lancaster. July 4, 1776. 



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MUSTER ROLLS AND PAPERS RELATING TO THE 
ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA OF THE COUNTY OF 
BEDFORD, (a.) 



BEDFORD COUNTY LIEUTENANTS. 

John Piper, March 12, 1777. 
George Ashman, Nov. 21, 1780. 
George Woods, Sept. 17, 1784. 
Hugh Barclay, Nov. 30, 1787. 

BEDFORD COUNTY SUB-UBUTENANTS. 

Richard Brown, March 2, 1777. 
Abraham Cable, March 21, 1777. 
William Holliday, Jr., March 21, 1777. 
Hugh Davidson, March 21, 1777. 
Edward Coombs, March 21, 1777. 
Thomas Urle, Sr., Sept. 12, 1777. 
James Martin, Sept. 12, 1777. 
Thomas Holliday, Dec. 3, 1777. 
James Martin, June 2, 1780. 
Robert Culbertson, June 2, 1780. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PURCHASE. 

John Ramsey, May 20, 1778. 
Charles Cessna, Apr. 3, 1780. 

ACTING COMMISSIONERS OF PURCHASE. 

James Little. Jan. 18, 1780. 
Isaac Worrell, June 10, 1781. 

PAYMASTER OF MILITIA. 
William Holliday, Dec. 5, 1778. 

WAGON MASTER. 
John Cessna. Jany. 9, 1778. 

(49) 
4— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



50 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



BEDFORD COUNTY ASSOCIATORS. (a.) 



Committee of Correspondence. 



Chosen 9th of May, 1775. 



George Woods. • David Bspy. 

Samuel Davidson. George Funk. 

Thomas Smith. 



CAPTAIN DAVIDSON'S COMPANY. 



Muster Roll of Captain Samuel Davidson's Company, in 

Colonel Smith's Battalion of Bedford County 

Associators. 



Captain. 
Samuel Davidson, March 22, 1776. 

Lieutenant. 
William Beatty. March 22, 1776. 



Privates. 

John Dougherty, March 22, 1776. 
Thomas McGaughy, March 22, 1776. 
Duncan McGrason, March 22, 1776. 
Thomas Hay, March 22, 1776. 
Felix Millar, March 22, 1776. 
John Kasebeer, March 22, 1776. 
John Hamilton, March 22, 1776. 
George Woods, Jr., March 22, 1776. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 



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George Funk, March 22, 1776. 
John Boyce, March 22, 1776. 
George Gun, March 22, 1776. 
Thomas Vickray, March 22, 1776. 
Anthony Naugel, Mar«h 22, 1776. 
John A. May, March 22, 1776. 
Eleazer David, March 23, 1776. 
Henry Wirth, March 22, 1776. 
Samuel Macaslen, March 22, 1776. 
Hugh Simpson, March 22, 1776. 
Samuel Skinner. March 22, 1776. 
Thomas Anderson, March 22, 1776. 
Cornelius McAuley, March 22, 1776. 
Daniel McMichaels. March 22, 1776. 
Conrad Hite, March 22, 1776. 
Jacob Hearsh, March 22, 1776. 
John Graham, March 22, 1776. 
Hector McNeal, March 22, 1776. 
Martin Reil, March 22, 1776. 
Samuel Skinner, Sr., March 22, 1776. 
Jacob Saylor March 22, 1776. 
David Irwin, March 22, 1776. 
Benjamin Eraser, March 22, 1776. 
William McCall, March 22, 1776. 



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ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



A RETURN OF CAPT. THOMAS PAXTON'S COMPANY 
OF RANGERS IN BEDFORD COUNTY, (c.) 




Captain. 
Thomas Paxton 



Ist Lieut. 
Thomas Edmlston, .... 



2d Lieutenant. 
Isaac Jones, 



3d Lieutenant. 
Michael Walleck 



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Corporal. 

John Dyer 

John Esery 

Wm. Nicholas 

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Drummer. 
Robert Paxton 



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Wm. Jones Sept. 

James Johnson Sept. 

Wm. Kee Sept. 

Mich'l Shelly I Sept. 

Enoch Bowman | Sept. 

Hugh Shelly ! Sept. 

Wm. Nicholson I Sept. 

Wm. Huff, I Sept. 

John Buckley, Sept. 

John Hamilton | Sept. 

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James Elderton did not Join the Company at the 
Place of Rendez\'ou8 untill Nov'r 2d, 

Thomas Mitchell did not Join the Company at the 
Place of Rendezvous untill Oct'r 26th 

David Caseby did not Join the Company at the 
Place of Rendezvous until Nov'r 2d 



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I do certify the above to be a true copy of the Muster Roll 
returned to the Commissioners for Calling out the Militia of 
Bedford County by the Captain of the 2d Company. On 
behalf of said Commissrs. the 25th November 1776. 

BARNARD DOUGHERTY. 



CAPTAIN PAXTON'S RANGING COMPANY. 



A Return of Captain Thomas Paxton's company of Rangers, 
at Bedford, the 12th of September, and discharged Novem- 
ber the 13th, 1776. (a.) 



Captain. 
Thomas Paxton, September 12, 1776. 

First Lieutenant. 
Thomas Edmiston, September 12, 1776. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Isaac Jones, September 12, 1776. 

Third Lieutenant. 
Michael Walleclt, September 12, 1776. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 15 



Sergeants. 



Charles Seipes, September 16, 1776. 
Samuel Withrow, September 16, 1776. 
John Brown, September 16, 1776. 
James Coleman, September 16, 1776. 

Corporals. 

John Dyer, September 16, 1776. 
John Esery, September 16, 1776. 
William Nicholas, September 16, 1776. 
William Alexander, September 16, 1776. 

Drummer. 
Robert Paxton, September 16, 1776. 

Privates. 

William Jones, September 16, 1776. 
James Johnson, September 16, 1776. 
William Kee, September 16, 1776. 
Milchael Shelly, September 16, 1776. 
Enoch Bowman, September 16, 1776. 
Hugh Shelly, September 16, 1776. 
William Nicholson, September 16, 1776. 
William Huff, September 16, 1776. 
John Buckley, September 16, 1776. 
John Hamilton, September 16, 1776. 
Joseph Noals, September 16, 1776. 
James Elderton, September 16, 1776. 
John Bicket, September 16, 1776. 
Benjamin McLelland, September 16, 1776. 
Christopher Stopper, September 16, 1776. 
William Alex. Anderson, September 16, 1776. 
George Mulgar, September 16, 1776. 
Thomas Miles, September 16, 1776. 
John Lowry, September 17, 1776. 
John Edington, September 17, 1776. 
Theodore Prigmore, September 17, 1776. 
Shadk. Tipton, September 17, 1776. 
John Lowry, Junior, September 17, 1776. 
William Templeton, September 18, 1776. 
Moses Gray, September 18, 1776. 



56 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Thomas Herod, September 18, 1776. 
Samuel John, September 18, 1776. 
John Evans, September 18, 1776. 
Benjamin Williams, September 18, 1776. 
Richard Ricket, September 19, 1776. 
Richard Shirley, September 19, 1776 . 
John Johnson, September 19, 1776. 
Jacob Ripple, September 19, 1776. 
William Witherow, September 20, 1776. 
Patrick Dayley, September 20, 17776. 
David Easety, September 30, 1776. 
Henry Livingston, September 30, 1776. 
David Lloyd, October 8. 1776. 
William Boyd, October 8, 1776. 
Adam Hollyday, October 10, 1776. 
John Sullivan, October 10, 1776. 
John Crawford, October 10, 1776. 
William McFarland, October 10, 1776. 
Daniel Titus, October 10, 1776. 
William Hollyday, October 10, 1776. 
Andrew Devenny, October 14, 1776. 
Patrick McDonnell, October 14, 1776. 
Hugh Black, October 14, 1776. 
John Thompson, October 15, 1776. 
James Boyd, October 15, 1776. 
John Titus, October 15, 1776. 
Jonathan Prlgmore, October 17. 1776. 
William Mitchel, October 17, 1776. 
Christian King, October 17, 1776. 
Charles Stuart, October 18, 1776. 
Henry Watts, October 18, 1776. 
Reuben Morsher, October 18, 1776. 
John Kennedy, October 18, 1776. 
Michael Shay, October 18, 1776. 
Nathan Seabrooks. October 18, 1776. 

James Elderton did not Join the Company at the Place of 
Rendesvous until Nov. 2d. 

Thomas Mitchell, Ditto, Oct. 26th. 

David Caseby, Ditto, Nov. 2d. 

Two days' Provisions allowed to Carry the Men to their re- 
spective Homes. 

I do certify the above to be a true Copy of the Muster Roll 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 57 

returned to the CommiBsioners for Calling out the Militia at 
Bedford County by the Captain of the s'd Company. 
On behalf of said Commiss'rs, 

BARNARD DOUGHERTY. 
The 25th November, 1776. 



David Espy E^qr., of Bedford County, Dr. to the Honble the 
Council of Safety rec'd of Capts. McClellan & Irwine Dec. 
9th, 1776 for raising the Militia being part of the 35,000 dol- 
lars rec*d of Congress Nov. 27th, 1776 for that purpose. — 
£783.15.0. 
Sundries Dr. to David Espy Esq. of Bedford County. 
Thomas Smith Esq. Col. of the 2nd Batt. Paid him for the 
pay of his Battalion under marching Orders per 

Major Coulter, Deer. 18th, 1776—261.5.0. 
John Piper Esqr., Coll. 

Paid him for raising a Company of Volunteers to March 
Deer. 10th 1776—261.5.0. 
United States. 

Paid Coll. George Woods of 1st Batt'n for his Batt'n 
Acctd for to Richard Dallam Esq., P. M. Genl. Dec. 13th, 
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FIELD OFFICERS IN 1776-7. (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonels. 

George Woods (1st). Thomas Smith. 

.John Piper. William MrAlvey. 

Majors. 
John Cessna (1st). Edward Coombs. 



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Bedford County Towit: 

On the ninth day of August 1787 came personally before 
me one of the Justices of the Peace in and for the county 
aforesaid George Smith (whom I of my knowledge know to 
have acted as Lieut. & Adjutant to the first Battalion of Bed- 
ford County Militia at Sundry Periods of Time past, and being 
duly sworn saith that he acted for the Time agreeably to the 
within accompt to the amount of thirty pounds fifteen shil- 
lings as adjutant and teaching the militia in the said first 
Battalion Military Discipline given under my hand. 

BARNARD DOUGHERTY. 



FIRST BATTAUON. (a.) 



[Dates when in actual service.] 



Colonel. 
John Piper, July, 1776. 

Major. 

Edward Coombs, July, 1776. 

Captains. 

William McAlevy, July 1776. 
Daniel Carpenter, July, 1776. 
William Parker, July, 1776. 
Francis Cluggage, July, 1776. 
Philip Cable, July, 1776. 
Thomas Paxton, July, 1776. 

Lieutenants. 



Chaney, July, 1776. 

Higgins, July, 1776. 

William Frier, July, 1776. 
Moses Reed, July, 1776. 
John Stillwell, July 1776. 
Hermann Gray, July, 1776. 

Ensign. 

Thomas Holliday (McAlevy's company), July, 1776. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 61 



SECOND BATTAUON. (a.) 



Colonel. 
George Woods, July, 1776. 

Major. 
Charles Cesna, July, 1776. 

Captains. 

Samuel Davidson, July, 1776. 
Jacob Hendershot, July, 1776. 



CAPTAIN PAXTON'S COMPANY. 



A Muster Roll of Captain Thomas Paxton's company ot the 
Militia of the First Battalion of Bedford county, under the 
command of Colonel George Woods, (a.) 



Captain. 

Thomas Paxton, December 8, 1776. 

First Lieutenant. 

John McMullin, December 8, 1776. 

Sergeants. 

Matthew Campbell, December 8, 1776. 
David Eyins, December 8, 1776. 

Corporals. 

John Dyer, December 8, 1776. 
Forbes Newtown, December 8, 1776. 

Privates. 

John Hammerton, December 8, 17t6. 
Benjamin Williams, December 8, 1776. 



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Stephen Winter, December 8, 1776. 
Alexander Killpatrick, December 8, 1776. 
Lemuel John, December 8, 1776. 
Thomas Hared, December 8, 1776. 
Robert Allexander, December 8, 1776. 
John Lowry, December 8, 1776. 
John Bicket, December 8, 1776. 
John Hunter, December 8, 1776. 
John Galloway, December 8, 1776. 
Adam Linn, December 8, 1776 . 
William Blear, December 8, 1776. 
John Mony, December 8, 1776. 
William Kandel, December 8, 1776. 
Levy Linn, December 8, 1776 . 
Cornelius Truax, December 8, 1776. 
Joseph Truax, December 8, 1776. 
Hugh Robinson, December 8, 1776. 



A MUSTER ROLE OF CAPTAIN THOMAS PAXTON COM- 
PANY OF THE MILISHAH OF THE FIRST BATILION 
OF BEDFORD COUNTY UNDER THE COMMAND 
COLONEL GEORGE WOODS, Deem, the 8th 1776. (c.) 



Thomas Pazton. 

Jno. McMullin. 

Matthew CommeL 

David Evins. 

John Dyer. 
Forbes Newtown. 



Captain. 

First Lieutenant 

Sergt. 

Sarg. 

Corporals. 



1. Jno. Hammelton. 

2. BenJaman Williams. 

3. Stephen Winter. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 68 

4. .Allexander Killpatrick. 
6. Lemuel John. 

6. Thomas Hared. 

7. Robert Allexander. 

8. John Lowry. 

9. John Bicket. 

10. John Hunter. 

11. John Galloway. 

12. Adam Linn. 

13. William Blear. 

14. John Mony. 

15. William Randel. 

16. Levy Unn. 

17. Cornells Truax. 

18. Joseph Truax. 

19. Hugh Robinson. 

Wanted 19 pairs of shoes ditto 19 pairs ot stockings. 



FIRST BATTALION 



A List of the Field and other officers of the First Battalion of 
the Bedford Militia, commanded by Col. William Parker 
(a.) 



Colonel. 
William Parker, December 10, 1777. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Charles Cessna, December 10, 1777. 

Major. 
Robert Culbertson, December 10, 1777. 



FIRST COMPANY 



Captain 
Thomas Ruck, December 10, 1777. 



64 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

First Lieutenant. 
Samuel Moore, December 10, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
John Moore, December 10, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Joshua Owens, December 10, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Robert Moore, December 10, 1777. 
Thomas Hall, December 10, 1777. 



SECOND COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Gideon Ritchey, December 10, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Edward Roose, December 10, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
James Dinsmore, December 10, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Henry Williams, December 10, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

John Cessna, December 10, 1777. 
Abraham Milley, December 10, 1777. 



BROTHERS' Valley (3d) Company. 



Captain. 
Henry Rhoads. December 10, 1777. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 66 



First Lieutenant 
Frederick Am 1, December 10, 1777. 

Second lieutenant. 
Jacob Glesenor, December 10, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Philip Cable, December 10, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Jacob Fisher, December 10, 1777. 
George Countryman, December 10, 1777. 



TURKEY FOOT (4th) COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 

William Black, December 10, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 

Oliver Drake, Etecember 10, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 

David Jones, December 10, 1777. 

Ensign. 

Henry Abrams, December 10, 1777, 

Court Martial Men. 

Enoch Abrahams, December 10, 1777. 
Christian Angeny, December 10, 1777. 



QUEMAHONING (5th) COMPANY. 



Captain. 

James Wells, December 10, 1777. 
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66 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

First Lieutenant. 

David Wright, December 10, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant 

Aaron Wright, December 10, 1777. 

Ensign. 

Solomon Adams, December 10, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

John Reed, December 10, 1777. 
James Black, December 10, 1777. 



BEDFORD TOWN (6th) COMPANY. 



Captain. 

Richard Diinlap, December 10, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 

Cornelius McAuley, December 10, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 

James Beatty, December 10, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Henry Ewalt, December 10, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 
George Milligan, I>ecember 10, 1777. 
Samuel McCasslin, December 10, 1777. 



CAPTAIN HENDERSHOT'S COMPANY. 



A Roll of the officers and privates of the First Battalion of 
Bedford county who marched to camp under the command 
of Capt. Jacob Hendershot, and inroled 9th January; dis- 
charged 10th March, and allowed pay until the 25th March, 
1777. (a.) 

Captain. 

Jacob Hendershot. January 9, 1777. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 67 

Lieutenant. 
Frederick Storts, January 9, 1777. • 

Sergeant. 
Francis Shines, January 9, 1777. 

Corporal. 
William Steed, January 9, 1777. 

Privates. 

A4am Hersler, January 9, 1777. 
William Pittman, January 9, 1777. 
William Andrews, January 9, 1777. 
John Peck, January 9, 1777. 
John Coombs, January 9, 1777. 
John Rush, January 9, 177. 
Thomas Mitchell, January 9, 1777. 
Nelson Jolley, January 9 ,1777. 
jucob Hart, January 9, 1777. 
Abraham Clavinger, January 9, 1777. 
George Enslow, January 9, 1777. 
John Slaughter, January 9, 1777. 
Richard Pittman, January 9, 1777. 
John Williams, January 9, 1777. 
Evan Jenkins, January 9, 1777. 
Patrick Sullivan, January 9, 1777. 

Officers who marched with the comi>any as volunteers: 

Lieutenant Colonel James Graham. 
Major Edward Coombs. 
Major John Cessna. 
Captain Obediah Stillwe. 
Lieutenant Moses Reed. 
Lieutenant John Stilwell. 
Ensign Stillwell Troax. 
Lieutenant Levi Linn with Captain Paxton. 
Private Cornelius Troax with Captain Paxton. 
Private Joseph Troax with Captain Paxton; d. in service Feb- 
ruary 15, 1777. 



68 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



SECeND BATTALION. 



A Lfist of the CaptaiDS and other Officers Elected in the 2nd 
Battalion, command by Col. Geo. Ashman, (a.) 



Colonel. 
George Ashman, December 10, 1777. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Thomas Paxton, December 10, 1777. 

Major. 
Martin .Longstrath, December 10, 1777. 



FIRST COMPANY. 



Captain. 
James Martin, December 10, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Campbell Lefevre, December 10, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Isaac Lefevre, December 10, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Samuel Martin, December 10, 1777. 



SECOND COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Hugh ther, December 10, 1777. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 69 

First Lieutenant 
WiUiam Kelly, December 10, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Thomas Morgan, Decembw 10, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Joseph Cornelius, December 10, 1777. 



THIRD COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Thomas Blair, December 10, 1777. 

First Lieutenant 
Joeeph Orbisno, December 10, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant 
Robert Garner, December 10, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Robert Galbraith, December 10, 1777. 



FOURTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 

John Hamilton, December 10, 1777. 

First Lieutenant 

Frederick Storts, December 10, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant 

Philip Longstrath, December 10, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Henry Lavary, December 10, 1777. 



70 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



FIFTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
James Gibson, December 10. 1777. 

First L4eutenant. 
John Galloway, December 10, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
William Alexander, December 10, 1777. 

Ensign. 
David Hunter, December 10, 1777. 



SIXTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Abraham Covalt, December 10, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Samuel McFadden, December 10, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Henry Rush, Sr., December 10, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Bethuel Covalt, December 10, 1777. 



SEVENTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
James Warford, December 10, 1777. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 

First Ueutenant. 
Jonathan Payne, December 10, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Samuel Payne, December 10, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Joseph Coombs, December 10, 1777. 



71 



EIGHTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Evan Shelby, December 10, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Azer Russ, December 10, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Thomas Devy, December 10, 1777. 

Ensign. 
David Evans, December 10, 1777. 



THIRD BATTALION, (a.) 



A List of the officers of the 3rd Battalion of the Bedford 

Militia. 



Colonel. 
William McAlevy, December 10, 1777. 



72 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Ueqtenant Colonel. 
Samuel Jack, December 10, 1777. 

Major. 
Andrew Devinny, December 10, 1777. 



FIRST COMPANY. 



Captain. 
William Simonton, December 10, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Jacob Laird, December 10, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
James Vansant, December 10, 1777. 

Ensign. 
John Vansant, December 10, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Samuel Davis, December 10, 1777. 
Matbew Dean, December, 10, 1777. 



SECOND COMPANY. 



Captain. 
John Thompson, Etecember 10, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
James Caldwell, December 10, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Samuel Rhea, December 10, 1777. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 78 



Ensign. 
James Crawford, December 10, 1777. 

Court lAartial Men. 

Jonathan Edingtcm, December 10, 1777. 
Robert Stewart, December 10, 1777. 



THIRD COMPANY. 



Captain. 
joBhaa Davis, December 10, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Morris Cain, December 10, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant 
Thomas Miller, December 10, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Shoub, December 10, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Sebastian Shoub, December 10, 1777. 
Michael Watson, December 10, 17777. 



FOURTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
John Shaver, September 10, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Thomas Wilson, December 10, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant 
George Jackson, December 10, 1777. 



74 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Ensign. 
William Enyart, December 10, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Samuel Thompson, December 10, 1777. 
William Shirley, December 10, 1777. 



FIFTH COMPANY 



Captain. 
Henry Black, December 10, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
William Devinny, December 10, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
William Moore, December 10, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Andrew Jones, December 10, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Abraham Robinson, December 10, 1777. 
Hugh Long, December 10, 1777. 



SIXTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
William Johnston, December 10, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Thomas Johnston, December 10, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
David Caldwell, December 10, 1777. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 75 



Ensign. 
Robert Kirkpatrlck. December 10, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

James Little, December 10, 1777. 
Samuel Hysop, December 10, 1777. 



SEVENTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
John Little. December 10, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
John Wilson, December 10, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Alexander McCormick, December 10, 17777. 

Ensign. 
Alexander Ewing, December 10, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Joseph Oliver, December 10, 1777. 
James Dickey, December 10, 1777. 



EIGHTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Daniel Carpenter, December 10, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Francis Cluggage, December 10, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Adam Thompson, December 10, 1777. 



76 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Ensign. 
John Lewis, December 10, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Samuel Anderson, December 10, 1777. 
Joseph Predimore, December 10, 1777. 



OFFICERS COMMISSIONED, 1778. 



TURKEY FOOT COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Oliver Drake, April 25, 1777. 

F^rst Lieutenant. 
William Nicholson, April 25. 1778. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Henry Abrams, April 25, 17778. 

Ensign. 
David Standiford, April 25, 1778. 



WILL'S CREEK SETTLEMENT COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Samuel Paxton, May 19, 1778. 

First Lieutenant. 
Matthew Kelly, May 19, 1778. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Rlchaid Wood, Hay 19, 1778. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Cray, Hay 19, 1778. 

Court Martial Men. 

Andrew Shearer, May 19, 1778. 
Nicholas Uberrick, May 19, 1778. 



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FIRST BATTAUON. (a.) 



Captain. 
James Anderson, May 23, 1778. 

First Lieutenant. 
Samuel Todd, May 23, 1778. 

Second Lieutenant. 
John Todd, May 23, 1778. 

Ensign. 
William Elliot, May 23, 1778. 



THIRD BATTALION, (a.) 



Second Lieutenant 
William Enyard, May 23, 1778. 



Ensign. 



Jr<\n Enyard, May 23, 1778. 



78 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



NAMES OF THOSE WHO WERE UNDER ARMS IN BED- 
FORD COUNTY AGAINST THE UNITED STATES, &c. (c.) 
VIZ: 



"~" 


John WcBton, 1 


their Chief killed by the Indians, both of 
Frankstown Township, Bedford Co. 




Richard Weston 




William ShlUinsB ' 


late of Baltimore County, Maryland. 




John ShiUinKB, 






John Campbell 






William Campbell 






James Little 


all of the Path Valley. Cumb. Co. 




Henry McGee 




James O'Neal 


weaver. 




Edward Glddons * 


Amerson's Valley, Cumberland Co. 




James De liong, 






Andrew Smith, 






Robert Nixon > 


Lack Township, Tuscarora Settlement, Cum- 
berland Co. 




John Armstrong, 


15 


James Armstrong, .... 




1« 


Jacob Hare, 




17 


Michael Hare 




18 


Samuel Barrow, 




19 


Adam Potmercer 




20 




all of Barree Township. Bedford County. 


XI 


Peter Potmercer, 




n 


Jacob Yoflt, 


Taylor. 


23 


James Bridges, 




24 




Taylor. 

Dublin Township. Bedford County. 

Barree Township, Bedford County. 


25 


Peter Dalley 


26 


William Humpeon 


27 


Josenh Klne 1 


Path Valley. Cumb. County. 
Blue dyer. 


28 


Willliam Right J 


29 


Dominick McNeal. 


TuBcorora. Cumberland County. 


80 


Cornelius Hutchison, ,... 


Path Valley, Cumberland County. 


81 


John Stilwell, 


Tuscorora, Cumberland County 









John and James. Armstrong confessed to me the sub- 
scriber, in the Goal of Bedford County that they were under 
arms to Join the Enemy at the Kittaning against the United 
States in Company with the others within named. 
Certified by me this second Day of August, 1778. 

ROBERT GAL.BRAITH. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 



79 



PAY ROLL OF CAPT. THO. FERGUSON'S COMPANY OF 
VOLUNTEERS COMMENCING AUG. 13TH, 78, ENDING 
13TH SEPT. COMMANDED BY COLO. HARTLEY, (c.) 



Names. 



Rank. 



Tho«. Ferguson, . 
James Brandon, . 
Wm. Campbell, .. 
Isaac Bodlne, ... 

Rob, Love 

Jonath. Ashbridge. 
Cleary Campbell. 
Cooksong LonK. 
Rob. Rlchey. 
Wm. Crawford. 
James Armstrong. 
Sam. Campbell. 
John McMlchael. 
Wm. McGrandy. 
Henry McCracken. 
James Irvin. 
James McSwaine. 
John Price. 
Wm. Hlddlns. 
Hugh Nickles. 
John Baird. 
Wm. McHatten. 



Capt. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Ens. 

Sergt. 



BROTHER'S VALLEY COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Henry Rhoads. 

First Lieutenant. 

James Hemricks, May 8, 1779. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Jacob Walker, May 8, 1779. 



Ensign. 
John Bowman, May 8, 1779. 



80 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

Court Martial Men. 

George Countrymen, May 8, 1779. 
Reuben Estop, May 8, 1779. 



SECOND COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Thomas Cluggage. 

First Lieutenant. 
Means. 



Second Lieutenant. 
Moses Donley, June 26, 1779. 



FOR THE COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 



Captain. 
John Boyd, February 10, 1781; in captivity, December, 1782. 

Lieutenant. 
[William] Richard Johnston, February 10, 1781. 

Ensign. 
Hugh Means. 

Sergeant. 

Henry Dugan, captured by the Indians; escaped January, 1782. 



FIRST BATTALION, (a.) 



Colonel. 
Thomas Smith, August 10, 1779. 

Captain. 
William Tissue, in place of Capt. Rhoads, August 10, 1779. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 

First Lieutenant. 
Christopher Angeny, August 10, 1779. 

Second Lieutenant 
George Bruner, August 10, 1779. 

Ensign. 
^ George Shaver, August 10, 1779. 



81 



Captain. 
Oliver Drake, August 10, 1779. 

First Lieutenant. 
William Nicholson, August 10, 1779. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Henry Abrams, August 10, 1779. 

Ensign. 
David Staniford, August 10, 1779. 



SECOND BATTAUON. 



Captain. 
John Galloway, August 10, 1779. 



THIRD BATTALION. 



Captain. 

Samuel Thompson, August 10, 1779. 
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82 



ASSOGIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



FIRST BATTALION, (a.) 



The Boundaries of the First Battalion of Bedford Countj 
Melitia, Commanded hy the Following Field Officers 1781: 



Charles Cessna. 



Andrew McCann. 



Ldeutenant Colonel. 



Major. 



Air Township, Bethel, Providence, Colerain & Cumberland 
Valley Townships, Sub-Divided as follows. Viz: 



FIRST COMPANY. 



Henry Rush. 



John Longstretch. 



Jacob Shingletaker. 



Captain. 



Lieutenant. 



EJnsign. 



From Evan Jenkins on licking Creek, and up the line of 
Bethel Township to the end of the same, and then by and with 
the same to Sideling hill, thence along the East side of said 
hill until it intercepts the road that leads from Moses Reed's, 
Esquire's, mills to Bedford, thence along the same road to 
Jacob Henderslot's, thence to Widow Rush's and Abner Rob- 
ert's, to place of beginning. 



SECOND COMPANY. 



Thomas Davie. 
James John. 



Captain. 
Lieutenant. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 
Ensign. 



Thomas Harrod. 



Beginning at John Clarkson, Licking creek, from thence to 
Joseph Thrairs on ditch run, down said run to the Province 
line, along the Province line to the North Mountain, including 
all the inhabitants of the little Cove, then on licking creek 
to place of Beginning. 



Evan Cessna. 



Samuel Borlan. 



Dickey Bapkshire. 



THIRD COMPANY. 



Captain. 



Lieutenant. 



Ensign. 



Beginning and including all the inhabitants on the EZast side 
of Wills Creek Mountain in Cumberland Valley Township. 



FOURTH COMPANY. 



Samuel Paxton. 



Matthew Kelly. 



Richard Wood. 



Captain. 



Lieutenant. 



Ensign. 



Beginning and including all the inhabitants in Cumberland 
Valley Township, on West side of Wills Creek Mountain. 



FIFTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 



Charles Taggart. 



84 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

Lieutenant 
David Hunter. 

Ensign. 
John Rankin. 

Beginning at Stillwell Trueaz on Great Cove Creek, in Air 
Township, including all the big Cove up said creek. 





SIXTH COMF 


George Enslow. 
George Peck. 


Captain. 
• Ensign. 



Beginning at, and Including all Whippey's Cqve, together 
with all Providence Township on the South side of Juniata, 
except John Livingston, Amos Jones, Adam Miller, ft Abraham 
Covalt 



SEVENTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Gideon Richey. '' 

Lieutenant. 
Edward Rose. 

Ensign. 

Henry Williams. 

Beginning at, including all the inhabitants of Colerain Town- 
ship. 



EIGHTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
James McKenny. 



COUNTY OP BEDFORD. 



Abednego Stephens. 
Moses Grahams. 



Lieutenant. 
Ensign. 



Beginning at the Province Une on Ditch run in Bethel 
Towni^ip, thence West along said line to the top of sideling . 
hill, thence North along the top of said hill, to the Public road 
that leads from Moses Reed, Esquire's, Mill to Bedford Town, 
thence along said road to Jacob Hendershotts, Widow Rush, 
and Abner Roberts, thence to Evan Jenkins on Licking Creek, 
down said Creek to William Stephens, from thence to Joseph 
Thrall's on ditch run, and down said run to place of Beginning, 
including all that's mentioned in said Line to belong to said 
Company or District 



SECOND BATTAUON. (a.) 



The Boundaries of the Second Battalion of Bedford County 
Militia, Commanded by the Following Field Officers: 



Hugh Davidson. 



John Shaver. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 



Major. 



Dublin Township, Barree, Hopewell, Franks Town, Shirley ft 
Huntington Township, Sub-IMvided as follows, Viz: 



FIRST COMPANY, (a.) 



John Spenser. 
Edward Rickets. 



Thomas Wolson. 
Barree .Township. 



Captain. 

Lieutenant. 

Ensign. 



86 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



SECOND COMPANY. 



David Walker. 



John Swagers. 



Samuel Coyle. 



Captain. 



Lieutenant 



Ensign. 



Beginning at John Montgomerie's on Aughwich Creek, from 
thence with a straight line to Sideling hill, and with Sideling 
Hill to the Create Roade, and with said roade to Tuskeyrora 
Mountain, and down said Mountain opposite to Thos. Burd's, 
and thence with a straight line to the Beginning. 



THIRD COMP/ 




Captain. 


John Dean. 






Lieutenant. 


Jacob Lard. 






Ensign. 


Archibald Fletcher. 




Standing Stone Town. 




FOURTH COMP 




Captain. 


John Thorlton. 






Lieutenant. 


Thomas Montgomory. 






Ensign. 


James Maginess. 


. 


Huntington Township. 





COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 



87 



FIFTH COMPANY. 



George Wilson. 
John Morton. 
George Gooshorn. 



Captain. 

Lieutenant. 

Ensign. 



Beginning at the County line, opposite to Thos. Burd and 
Running with said line to the gap of Tuskeyrora Mountain, 
& thence with the County line to the Shade Mountain to the 
Shade Gap, from thence to John Montgomerie's on Aughwicls 
Creek, and from thence with a straight line to the Beginning, 
Including John Tins & Thomas Burd's. 





SIXTH COMPA 




Captain. 


Jacob Gonow. 






Ueutenant. 


John Free. 






Ensign. 


Robert Criswell. 




Prigmor's Fort 





THIRD BATTALION, (a.) 



The Boundaries of the Third Battalion of Bedford County 
Militia, commanded by the following Field Officers: 



Bernard Dougherty. 
John Woods. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Major. 



88 ASSOGIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

Comprising Providence, Bedford, Quemahoning, Brother's 
Valley, Turkey Foot and Miltord Townships, hounded on East 
by the line of the First Battalion, on the South by the Mary- 
land' line, on the West by the county line, and on the North 
by the line of the Second Battalion, and sub-divided into 
eight parts or companys, with their respective officers: 



FIRST COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Oliver Drake. 



SEX)OND COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Christopher Brigely. 



THIRD COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Qeore Hostadler. 



FOURTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Samuel Moore. 



FIFTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Peter Angeny. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 
SIXTH COMPANY. 



Solomon Adams. 



William McCall. 



Philip Cable. 



Captain. 



SEVENTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 



EIGHTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 



The return of the above Battalion and officers is just and 
true as it stands now. Stated by orders of and superintended 
by 

JAMES MARTIN, 
S. L. Bedford county. 
Dated this 20th April, Ano dom. 1781. 



LIEUT. ROSE'S RANGING COMPANY, (a.) 



Edward Rose. 



Joseph McDonald. 
John Fredrlgal. 
James Riggs. 
Benjamin Wigfield. 
John WUt 
Rodger Browning. 
William Bennett 
Alexander Murphy. 
John Comenston. 



Lieutenant 



Privates. 



Nathaniel Reeves. 
John McKeever. 
Henry Armstrong. 
George Smith. 
Daniel McCarty. 
Joseph Morrison. 
Francis South. 
William Erwin. 



90 A880CIATOR8 AND MIUTIA. 

CAPT. PAXTON'S RANGING COMPANY, (a.) 



Samuel Paxton. 

Jeremiah French. 
William Hartley. 
Michael Fox. 
Abraham Martin. 
Benjamin Martin. 
John Boyd. 
George Marrial. 
Paul Wilker. 



Captain. 

Privates. 

James Elnglancl. 
Isaac Amons. 
David Bell. 
Jacob Bowser. 
Brice Blair. 
Ezekiel Worley. 
William Hay. 
William Mclntire. 



ASSOCIATBD BATTALIONS, (a.) 



John Hess. 
James Igo. 
George Hope. 
Daniel Donalds. 
George Pick. 
Samuel Porland. 
Adam Divebugh. 
George Utslar. 
William Glllilan. 
William Drinan. 
Andrew Borland. 
Daniel Prosser. 
Joshua Fluharty. 
Henry Litch. 
John Johnston. 
John Malott. 
Dowry Malott. 
Richard Pittman. 
John Laquer. 
John Nicholes. 
Jacob Fox. 
James Crosby. 
Cornelius McCaley. 
Felix Wilson. 
George Wertz. 
Henry Wertz. 
Powel Wertz. 



Joseph Ferguson. 
John Ferguson. 
William Erwin. 
Joseph McFerran. 
John McHillney. 
Jacob Mier. 
Henderson Murphy. 
William Boyed. 
Joseph Morrison. 
Joseph McDaniel. 
Andrew Miller. 
Francis South. 
Moses Beeman. 
William Wilson. 
John Boyd. 
Peter Rouf. 
Jara Frinch. 
John Miller. 
Ralf Frinch. 
Lott. Frinch. 
Benjamin Frinch. 
William Gibson. 
Benjamin Dannalds. 
Thomas Arnutt. 
Benjamin Devee. 
William Deshong. 
Valentine Oustor. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 



91 



Thomas Vickray. 
John Mauke. 
Gasper Drink. 
Andrew Man. 
John Rush. 
Daniel McMichael. 
Robert Gibson. 
Hector McNeel. 
Elizer David. 
Hactor McNeel. 
John Downey. 
Christopher Enslow. 



John McCormons. 
George Hinice. 
Jacob McClean. 
Henry Smith. 
John Smith. 
Lemuel John. 
Timothy Covalt. 
Abr^am Covalt. 
Bethul Covalt. 
Amos Step bans. 
Jonathan Buck. 



PAY ROLL FOR THE SEVEN MONTHS MEN UNDER THE 
COMMAND OF LIEUT. MICHAEL JOHNSTON OF THE 
PENNSYLVANIA RANGERS IN BEDFORD COUNTY IN 
THE YEAR 1781. CAPT. BOYD'S CO. RANGERS, (c.) 



Capt. Boyd's Co. Rangers. 



Specie. 



William Ward, private. ... 

Dorcntlne Price, private 

James McDowal. private. ... 
George Shannon, private, ... 

John Thompson, private 

David Mllllgan, private 

I^w Curtz, private, 

Daniel Livingston, private, 

James Graham, private, 

John Arthurs, private 

John Betty, private 

John Brown, private 

Michael Brown, private, ... 

John Hasson, private 

William Slnkey, private, 

William McNomare, private. 
Baltlsesser Dowlt, private. .. 



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Exam'd & Settled. 

Compt. Genl. Office, 
July 28th 1784. 



Signed 



JOHN NICHOLSON, 
(Indistinct) L. 218. 
JOHN DONALDSON, 
Reg. Sen. Officer, 
July 15, 1791. 



92 



ASS0CIAT0R8 AND MIUTIA. 



These is to Certify that John Smith Solder hath Servd the 
Si^ease of one mounth Under Mee and By Recpt from his 
Offisors for SorviseB Don in the year 1781 Specify Forty Daya 
Whltch is, 10 Days more then Then his lawful tower And Now 
is Discharged By me 

WILLIAM BEATY, Lieut 
Commanding. 
At Bedford, 
August 24, 1782. 



At an Election held at Littles Fort in Huntingdon Town- 
ship, Bedford County on the Twentieth of June 1781 pr. 
order of Coll. George Ashman to choose or Ellect one Captain, 
one Lieutenant and one Ensign. 
Highest in Votes for Capt.— John Thorlton. 
For Lieut. — Thomas Montgomery. 
For Ensign— James Maginess. 
Certified by us— WILLIAM LAIRD 
MOSES DONALDSON 

Inspectors. 
By me— JAMES KENNEDY— Clerk. 
DAVID KENNEDY. 
Capt. WALTER M. KINNIE. 

Judges. 



THE CLASS ROLE OF CAPT. GEORGE ENSLOS' COMPANY 
PROVINCE, (c.) 



Benjamin David. 
Adam Smith, Junor. 
Daniel Fickel. 
Volentne Holler. 



FIRST CLASS. 



Isace Wimer. 
.Tames McCoonel. 
James Fraser. 
Henry Richy. 



Joseph Chappman. 
Adam Wimer. 
Andrew Jones. 
Daniel French. 



SECOND CLASS. 



Edward Daniels. 
Thomas William. 
Samuel Hasellet. 
Felty Hollor. 



Jeremiah French. 
Jacob Seman. 
Thomas Pennel. 



COUNTY OP BEDFORD. 

THIRD CLASS. 

Henry Coms. 
Thomas Ruby. 
Solomon Sparks. 



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FOURTH CLASS. 



George Enslo. 
Obioh Acers. 
Jonathan Buck. 
John Shaver, Senior. 



Edward Taylor. 
James Waddel. 
John Crate. 
Joseph McConnel. 



Joseph Sparks. 
Henry Holor. 
Alexander Stem. 
John Bord. 



FIFTH CLASS. 



John Vanscriber. 
Alexander Murphey. 
John Briston. 



John Shaver. 
Daniel Means. 
Adam Ash. 
Methass Sealy. 
Thomas Amet. 



SIXTH CLASS. 



Christopher Enslo. 
Lot French. 
Isace Semans. 
Daniel Danil. 



Joseph Cumings. 
Henry Seman. 
Asher Laton. 
Phillip Waggoner. 



SEVENTH CLASS. 



Nicholas Shaver. 
Cornelas Seaman. 
William Bold. 
David Buck. 



William Laton. 
Thomas Stafford. 
Charles Cealey. 
John Daniels. 



EIGHTH CLASS. 



Feter Neal. 
Ephreaim Acres. 
Bon Covart. 



Laid down the classes of Capt. George Enslos' Company. 
July 12th 1781; by Edward Coombe, Sub. Left of B. C. 



94 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

The Bounds of Captn. George Enslo Company is as followes 
all Providence township that is on the South side of Juniate 
except John Liveston, Amos Jones, Adam Miller and Abraham 
Covalt and all the inhabitants of Whipas Cove to belong to 
said Distret as is laid out by Edward Coombe S. Lt. 6. C. 

July 12th, 1781. 



THE THIRD BATTAUON OF BEDFORD COUNTY MILITIA. 
COMMANDED BY BARNARD DOUGHERTY, LIEUT. COL. 
& JOHN WOOD, MAJOR, (c.) 



Containing Providence, Bedford, Quemahone, Brothers Val- 
ley, Turkey-Foot and Milford Townships, Bounded East 
.jy the Line, of the First Battalion; On the South by the 
Maryland Line, On the West by the County Line, and On 
the North by the Line of the Second Battalion and Sub 
divided into Eight parts or Companys with their Respective 
Officers. 

First Company. Commanded by Oliver Drake. 1 Capt. 

Second Company. Commanded by Christian Brighly. 2d 
Capt. 

Third Company. Commanded by George Hostadler. 3d 
Capt. 

Fourth Company. Commanded by Samuel Moore. 4th 
Capt. 

Fifth Company. Commanded by Peter Ankeny. 5th Capt. 

Sixth Company. Commanded by Solomon Adams. 6th 
Capt. 

Seventh Company. Commanded by William McCall. 7th 
Capt. 

Eight Company. Commanded by Philip Cable. 8th Capt. 

The Returns of the Above Battalion & Officers Mentioned 
is Just ft True, as it Stands Now Stated by Orders off & 
Superintended by 

JAMES MARTIN, 
Sub. Lieutenant of Bedford County. 
Dated this 20th Sept. Anno Domini 1781. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 93 



LIEUT. ROBERT GALfiRAITH'S COMPANY, (a.) 



[This detachment of troops were garrisoning Fort Roberdeau 
from May, 1780, to July of that year. Of the men who com- 
posed it, sixteen in number, we have the following, who 
resided in Shirley township:] 

Thomas Morgan. Joseph Parrish. 

Henry Boyle. Joshua Cornelius. 

John Harris. 



BEDFORD TOWNSHIP COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Solomon Adams, September 29, 1781. 

Lieutenant. 
Allen McComb, September 29, 1781. 

Enaign. 
William Clark, Jr., September 29, 1781. 



CAPT. BOYD'S RANGING COMPANY, (a.) 



[A company of Rangers under command of Captain John 
Boyd, was In service during the years 1781, 1782 and 1783. 
The list of those in the field in 1781 Is given in Penn'a Ar- 
chives (N. S.) Vol. XI, p. 743. The following names are 
omitted:] 

Henderson Murphy, K. in an action with the Indians near 

Frankstown, June 3, 1781. 
Abraham Bodle, w., June 3, 1781. 
David Bates, w., June 3, 1781. 
Stephen Gable, w., June 3, 1781. 
Hugh Means w., June 3, 1781. 



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ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Richard Delapt, k., June 3, 1781. 
James Henry k., June 3, 1781. 
Henry Tantlinger, k., June 3, 1781. 



UNDESIGNATED MIUTIA. (a.) 



[From a list of payments to the Militia of Bedford County, 
we have the following names of officers and men, but without 
date. It is more than probable they were ranging cbmpanies 
formed in 1782, for their own protection against the Indians 
from the Ohio.] 



William McGall. 
Evan Cessna. 
Thomas Norton. 



Captains. 



John Fulton. 
Thomas Davies. 
George Enslow. 



Thomas McGaughey. 



Lieutenants. 

William Beatty. 



Privates. 



Thomas Davey. 
John Langstrath. 
Robert Lowry. 
James Appblegat. 
John Lafferty. 
Lot French. 
Jonathan Cessna. 
Thomas Brakenridge. 
John Brikinridge. 
John Ashbugh. 
Jacob Ashbugh. 
Jonathan Prigmore. 
James Callow. 
George Walker. 
John Rankin. 
James Alexander. 
Lawrence Bishop. 



Thomas McGaughy. 
William Sansom. 
William Foorder. 
Daniel Gutery. 
Joseph Burns. 
James Williams. 
George Randleys. 
Hugh Alexander. 
William Alexander. 
George Gibson. 
David John. 
Joseph Cummings. 
Thomas Anderson. 
George Borket. 
John Moore. 
Charles Wall. 
Valentine Werrick. 



CX)UNTY OP BEDFORD. 



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Robert Spencer. 
John Williams. 
Joseph Sharp. 
John Tussey. 
William Betty. 
David Caldwell. 
William Wright. 
Thomas Wilson. 
George Hutchison. 
James Wilson. 
Jacob Smith. 
David Elspy. 
Samuel McCashlen. 
Hugh Simpson. 
Daniel McMichael. 
John McCormick. 
Samuel Drinin. 
Leonard Swigart. 
Jacob Harsh. 
Conrad Hite. 
Charles Ruby. 
Samuel Skiner. 
James Fruit. 
James McMullln. 
Neil McMullln. 
Anthony Nagle. 
John Swigart. 
Frederick Deport. 



Martin Reiley. 
Henry Crossings. 
Dunkin McSpoorin. 
Robert Hemphill. 
John EHlinger. 
James Dalton. 
John McGaughey. 
Thomas Hellim. 
Ryanard Rapliogle. 
Adam Rapliogle. 
John Riddle. 
William Cowan. 
Jacob McLott. 
Obidiah Malott. 
John Hendershot 
John Gorman. 
Jonathan Edington. 
Wolerick Huffstatien. 
Michael McMullen. 
Peter McMullen. 
David Russel. 
George Shorty. 
Joseph Buck. 
Thomas Buck. 
Edward Daniels. 
Henry Armstrong. 
James Mortimore. 
William Bartly. 



(c.) I do certify that Jno. Lamb heath served Thirty two 
Days of a tower of Militia Duty under my Command Com- 
mencing the 11th Day of July 1782. Also two Days to carrey 
bim to the place of his abode. 

Given under my hand This 21st. Nov'r, 17S4. 
Dedford 1st B of Militia. 

MATTHEW KELLY, Ueut 



7— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



98 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



CAPTAIN CHARLES TAGGART'S COMPANY, (a) 



First Battalion Bedford County Militia, Commanded by Cap- 
tain Charles Taggart, from July 26, 1782, to September 27, 
1782. 



Captain. 
Charles Taggart. 

Lieutenant. 
David Hunter. 

Serjeant. 
John McFadon. 

Corporal. 
Stephen Wi enter. 



Privates. 



Adam Linn. 
John Arthurs. 
William Alexander. 
AVilliam Cunningham. 
Joseph McGaughey. 
Ihomas Barnett. 
John Hunter. 
John Graham. 
James M. Dole. 
Robert Gibson. 



John Linn. 
Casper Myers. 
John Gatrel. 
John Meleman. 
George Westcarver. 
Samuel Car. 
John Nicholas. 
William Wason. 
James Scott. 
David Lidy. 



I do certify that Capt. Cha|. Taggart, of the 1st Battalion 
county militia, and the officers and privates under his com- 
mand, have performed a tour of duty. 

Given under my hand this 28th day of May, 1783. 

GEORGE ASHMAN, L. B. C. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 



99 



A MONTHLY RETURN OF CAPTAIN JOHN BOYD'S COM- 
PANY OF RANGERS OF BEDFORD COUNTY IN THE 
SERVICE OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA FOR THE 
MONTH OF FEBRUARY, 1783. (c.) 



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RICH'D JOHNSTON, Lt. 



100 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



A RETURN OF CAPT. JAMBS McKINNEY'S COMPANY OP 
MILITIA OF THE FIRST BATTALION OF BEDFORD 
COUNTY AS THEY STAND ENTERED IN THE CLASS 
ROLL WITH RESPECT TO THE DUTY AND DELIN- 
QUENCY OF THE SAID COMPANY APRIL YE 28TH, 
1783. (c.) 



Men's Names. 



Classes. 



Remarks. 



Christ' r Stoddyhelfer, 

Addis Linn 

Abner Roberts 

Peter Snider, 

William Breathed, .... 

Joshua Pitman 

Jacob Rush 

Emanuel Smith 

Lewis Meek 

Joseph Thralls. 

Edward Breathed, .... 

James Graham 

William Graham, 

George Blship 

James Frazer, 

Robert McKinney, .... 

Isaac Linn 

Jacob Brown 

David Slicrer. 

Matthias Tyson, 

Henry Smith, 

John Smith 

Ralph Hunt, 

Joseph Warford , 

Philip Truax 

Peter Smith, , 

John Jenkins , 

John Clark 

Zachariah Smith, 

John Quthrey 

Jacob Hondershot, 

John Graham , 

Nicholas Leech , 

William Turner, 

David Russell 

John Bailey. 

Giles Davis, 

Robert Gray 

Jacob Mann, 

Andrew Homier 

Henry Warford 

Joseph Truax , 

John Stlllwell 

Joseph Pitman 



First, 



Second, 



Third. 



Fourth, 



Fifth, 



Sixth. 



Seventh, 



wam'd & not Served. 
SerVd by SubsUtute. 
wam'n & not serv*d. 
warn'n & not scrv'd. 
serv'd by Substitute, 
serv'd Personally, 
sery'd by Substitute, 
serv'd Personally, 
by Substitute. 
Personally, 
serv'd by Substitute. 
Personally., 
Exonerated. 
Serv'd by Substitute, 
wam'd, not serv'd. 
Serv'd personally. 
Serv'd personally. 
Exonerated. 
Serv'd personally. 
Serv'd personally. 
Serv'd personally. 
Serv'd personally. 
Serv'd personally. 
Serv'd personally. 
Serv'd personally, 
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Serv'd personally. 
Serv'd personally. 
Serv'd by Substitute. 
Exonerated. 
Exonerated. 
Exonerated. 
Serv'd Personally. 
Scrv'd Personally, 
by Substitute, 
by Substitute. 



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COUNTY OF BEPFORD. 101 



EIGHTH CLASS NOT CALL'D; 



Richard Ward, discharged. 
Joseph McKinney. 
Benj'n Truax. 
Samuel Graves. 
Moses Read, Esq'r. 
Henry Snider. 
Benj'n Abbott 
John McDonald. 
John Mowney. 



Christopher Brandon, not legally class'd. 
George Cuttlip, not legally class'd. 
Isaac Summons, not legally class'd. 
Mathiats Sealey, not legally class'd. 
Rowen Keenon, not legally class'd. 
Thos. Scott, not legally class'd. 
Benj'n Cox, not legally class'd. 
William Hess, not legally class'd. 
John Hess, not legally class'd. 

The above Company has muster'd regularly but the con- 
tinued incursions of the Enemy has rendered it out of the 
power of every individual to appear on Muster Days by 
being obliged to keep under Arms to defend the Frontiers. 

JAMES McKINNEY, Capt. 



I Do hereby Certify that Henry Dugan, a Serjeant in Captain 
John Boyd's Company of the Pennsylvania Rangers has 
served for two years and three months at three Pounds p'r 
month, commencing the thirtieth day of March, one thousand 
and seven hundred & eighty one, and ending the thirtieth 
day of June, one thousand seven hundred and eighty three, 
both Da^s Included. 

Given under my hand at Bedford the Second day of July, 
Anno Domini 1783. (c.) 

RICH'D JOHNSTON. 

Refered to Capt. Boyd 
the Order and Pay. 

I, the Pay Master of Capt. John Boyd's Company of the 
Pennsylvania Rangers. 



102 



ASSQCTAJimS AND MIUTIA. 



Plese to paJ^.toTThos. Story or his order Sixty Two pounds 
of this Blll.and this shall be your Discharge as Witness my 
Hand'.this'dfh Day of July, 1783. 

HENRY DUGAN. 
^tl's Present. 
^ RICH'D JOHNSTON. 

This order or certificate was attached In the Hands of 

After Tho's Story death who was killed by 
the Indiana and sold at SherifTs sale at the suit of. (c.) 



A JUST ACCOMPT OF THE DAYS SPENT IN PUBUCK 
SERVICE CHARLES TAGERT, CAP'T. (c.) 



Days. 



8. 



To RIdinff to William Mortons to class the 

MlUtla ; 

To Riding to Majoyrs mans for to Draw for 

ranks 

To warning of the Militia. April 16th. 1782..... 

May ye 12. To warning of the Mllltla 

To marching with the mllltla to royors 

To Ridln«r to Majoyr mans for ammunition.... 

To hunting a pack horse 

To issher>'lnK ammunition and reprising- guns, 

June 17th. To warning the 4 Class, 

June the 25th. To marching with royors mill 

and drawing provisions 

July 2Sd. To warning of the militia. 

Mar. ye 20th. 1788. Drawing Rations 

Aprile ye 25th. To riding to Col. Conbe 

To Riding to Llttletown & settling accounts... 
To Riding to Sidling hill to get a pay Roll 

signed, 



These are to certify that the within services done was 
by my order given under my hand This 28th. day of May, 
1783. 

EDW. COMBE, S. Lt B. C. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 



103 



A UST OF RECEIPTS & PAYMENTS TO THE MIUTIA 
BEDFORD COUNTY, (c.) 



Persons Names. 



Sums. 



Thomas Davey 

John Lionffstrath 

Robt. Lowry 

James Appble^at, ... 
James Appble^rat, ... 

John Lafferty 

Lot French 

Lot French 

Jonathan Cessna 

Thomas Brakenridge. 
John Brikinridge. ... 

John Ashbuj^h 

Jacob Ashburgh 

Jonathan Prlirmore, . 

James Ballow 

James Ballow 

George Walker 

John Rankin 

James Allxander 

John Rankin 

Lawrence Bishop 

Thomas McGauRhoy, 

Wlll'm Sansam 

WlU'm Foorder, 

Daniel Gutery 

Joseph Barns 

James Williams 

George Randleys 

George Walker 

Hugh Allxander 

Hugh Allxander, 
William Allxander. .. 
William Allxander. .. 

George Gibson 

David John 

Joseph Cummlngs. ... 

•Duch name 

•Duch name 

Thomas Anderson. ... 

George Borket, 

John Moore 

Charles Wall, 

Valentine Werrlck. .. 

•Duch Name 

Robt. Sx)encer, 

John Williams 

Joseph Sharp 

John Tussey 

Wiirm Betty 




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104 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



A LIST OP RECEIPTS ft PAYMENTS TO THE MIUTIA 
BEDFORD COUNTY— Continued. 



Persons Names. 




Sums. 



David CaldwUl 

WUl'm Wrtgbt , 

Thomas Wllion 

James Igo, 

James I«o 

Joseph Sharp 

George Huteheson, . 

James Wilson 

Robt. Spencer 

Jacob Smith, 

John Hess 

John WUllams. 

Joseph Sharp 

John Tussey, 

WllUn. Wright 

David CaldwUl 

James Wilson, 

Jacob Smith 

John Tussey 

James Igo 

Oeorge Hope, 

Daniel Donalds, .... 

Oeorge Pick 

Samuel Porland, ... 

Adam Dlvebugh, .. 

George Utsler 

WllUn. GlllUan. ... 

•Duch Name 

WUl'm Dreman. . . 

Andrew Borland. .. 

Daniel Prosser 

Joshua Fluharty, .. 

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Henry Lltch 

John Johnston 

Jhon Malott 

Dowry Malott 

John Malott 

Richard Plttman. . 

John Logan 

John Nlcholes 

Jacob Fox 

James Crosby, 

Cornelius McCaley, 

Felix MUlon 

George Wertx 

Henry Wertz, 

Powel Wertz , 

Vallentlne Ouster, 





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COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 



106 



A LIST OF RECEIPTS & PAYMENTS TO THE MIUTIA 
BEDFORD COUNTY— Continued. 



PencffM N^JLrtiea, 



StimB. 



Thamnji Vlc^^t^^ «^..^^,,,. 
John Mftuke, ....,,.,.,..., 
Qaiper I>r1lak, ..^.,*.,.^.., 

Andrew Man^ . , 

Jolin Rush. 

WliJ'm Sanackm, ...*,,.... 

D^fil«l McHict»et ........ 

Robert GlbADQ, . , ^ , . , « .^ . . « . , 

Hecter McNeU, .,. 

Thoma« MtGmafh«y 

EliiWT DavM 

John Downey, _.. 

iMvId Kapy, ..,K.... *....., 
Th'm McdAugh^y, t^l^Ut. 
Samuc] McC&ikl^ti. .,,..,. 

Huj^h Slmpftiin, . 

Daniel Hclil^^hael 

John McCormlck, ........ 

Ss-mucl Dr^nin, ....-.,...- 

t^aard SurES^rt, .►...*..., 

JB.ecib HBjvh, ..« ■ 

Cotinid Hlte. 

Charlla Ruby, 

Samuel Bfcltiei- 

Jiimefl TfiRt. ,,....., 

James McMuUIti. .,,....,., 

Nwlt McMullIn ..,,, 

Wtllm. Boyed, ............. 

John Moore 

J<»eph Morrison. 

Joseph McDanfel, .......,., 

Jcweph McDanlel, .,...».. 
Andrew MUler, >,........, 

Andrpw Millar, ..... 

Andreiv Mlllei' ...., 

•Dtieh Name, .- 

PPftneli I^ueh *-....., 

Mo«e9 Bflemaji, .,,,,,..,., 

Wtnm. Wllaot], 

Cnpt, Thoma* NartDU. 

John Bayed. 

Ptter Rour. ...... ..,., 

JftKa Ff*'mh 

John Mtller. ...,..., 

Ralf Pr*n<5h^ .......*,, 

Lott French. ..., 

John Miller 

Jan. FYench. ...,.,,,,.,, ^ < 
Ralf French, *.. 



(•So written on ordinal role.) 



106 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



A LIST OF RECEIPTS & PAYMENTS TO THE MILITIA 
BEDFORD COUNTY— Continued. 



Persons Names. 



BenJ'n French 

Ix>tt French 

BenJ'n French 

WlUm. Gibson. 

Robt. Gibson 

Capt. Oeorg-e Enslow 

Qeorge Enslow. Sen'r 

BenJ'n Dannalds 

Thos. Amult 

Daniel Donalds, 

Benjn. Devee 

Wlllm. DlshonK 

Christlpher Enslow 

Capt. John Tarlton 

Capt. John Tarlton 

Capt. John Tarlton 

Capt. John Tarlton 

Capt. Thomas Davies 

John McCermons. 

John McCermons, for his father. 

Georife Henice 

Jacob McClean, 

Henry Smith 

John Smith 

Lemuel John, 

Timothy Covalt 

Timothy Covalt 

Timothy Covalt 

Abraham Covalt 

Abraham Covalt 

Bethul Covalt 

Bethul Covalt 

Amos Stephans 

John Smith 

Johnathan Huck 

Anthoney NukIo 

John Swlffart 

Frederick Deport 

•Duch Name 

Martin Reeley, 

Wlll'm Beaty. Llout 

Capt. Wlirm McCall 

Samuel Skinor 

Henr>' Crossinfrs 

Dunkin McSpurrrr 

Robt. Humphlll 

John EUinKer 

James Dalton , 

James Dalton , 

John McGaughey 

Capt. Evan. Cessna 

Capt. Evan Cessna 

Thomas Hllllm, 




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107 



A LIST OF RECEIPTS A PAYMENTS TO THE HIUTIA 
BEDFORD COUNTY— Continued. 



Persons Names. 




Ryansrd Rapliosle. 

Adam RapUosle, 

John Riddle, 

John WUIiams 

Wlirm Cowan 

WlU'm Cowan 

Jacob McLott, 

Obedlah Ifalatt 

John Hendershlt. 

John Oonnan 

John Oonnan, 

John Gorman 

Johnathan Bdln^ton 

Johnathan Edln^ton 

Johnathan Bdlngtcm, 

Wolerlck HuffsUter 

Mlchl. McMullen 

Mtchl. McMullen 

Mlchl. McMullen. 

Peter McMuIIln 

Peter McMullln 

David Ruflsel 

George Shortly, by John Buck, adm's. 

Joseph Buck 

Thorn. Buck 

Thorn. Buck 

John Nicholas, McCola before father. 

Edward Daniels 

Henry Armstrong *. 

James Mortlmore 

Wlll'm Rartly 

Joseph Fcrgeson 

John Fergueson 

William Erwlnn 

Joseph McFerron 

John McHellney 

Jacob Mler 

Henderson Murph'a 



a 





a 


6 

a 
a 
a 



a 
a 
a 
a 

a 



a 








a 

6 


a 














188 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



ACCOUNT OF BALANCES DUE THE NON-COMMISSIONED 
OFFICERS AND PRIVATES OF CAPT. BOYD'S COMPANY 
OF RANGERS, (e.) 



Henry Dugan. 
David Beates. 



Sergeants. 



William Ward. 
Davington Price. 



William Alligans. 
Stephen Gabble. 



Corporals. 



Abram Boddle. 
Marshall Gallowy. 



Privates. 



Torrence Grimes. 
Joseph Martin (dec'd) 
Felix McKinney. 
Jno. Whelair. 
Richard Corps (?). 
John Thomas (dec'd). 
John Crossin. 
James Grimes. 
Henry Simens. 
James Hall. 
Joshua Burton. 
Samuel Hassell. 
William Jones. 
George Jones. 
Low Curtz. 
Robert Aitkins. 
John Downey. 



James Paxton. 
Jacob Greirston. 
John Conrad (dec'd). 
Samuel Samson. 
Isaac Arters. 
John Grimes. 
Daniel Colvert. 
Samuel Kennedy. 
Solomon Sparks. 
Benjamin Frazer. 
Stephen Archer. 
William Tucker (dec'd). 
William Nichols (dec'd). 
John Downey, Jr. 
Moses Bowman. 
John Arters. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 



109 



ROLL OF CAPT. BOYD COMPANY OF RANGERS. (<S.) 



Naxoea. 



Rank. 



Henry DuK&n. 

Florence Grimes. 

David Beatis 

Est. Joseph Martin, 

Wm. Alligam. 

Ffellx McKlnney & John Whitalr. 

Stephen Qoble. 

Ab'm Bodel. 

Rich'd Corps. 

Est. Jno. Thomas, deo'd. 

John Crossin. 

James Grimes. 

Henry Slmins. 

Marshall Galloway. 

James Hall. 

Joshua Burton. 

Sam. Haslett. 

Wm. Jones. 

George Jones. 

Wm. Ward 

Lon Curtz. 

Dorrlngton Price. 

Rob. Aitklns. 

John Downey. 

James Pax ton. 

Jacob Crevlston. 

Eat. Jno. Conrad, doc'd. 

Sam. Sampsun. 

Isaac Arters. 

John Grimes. 

Dan. Col vert. 

Sam. Kennedy. 

Solomon Sparks. 

Ben Frazer. 

Stephen Archer. 

Eat. Wm. Tucker, 

Eat. Wm. Nichols, 

John Downey, Jun'r. 

Moses Beman. 

John Arters. 



Sergt. 

Sergt. 
"dec'd.* 



Sergt. 



deo'd. 
dec'd. 



no 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



THE THIRD COMPANY OF THE FIRST BATTALING OF 
THE BEDFORD COUNTY COMMANDED BY CAPT. 
EVAN CISSNA. (c.) 



1. Jacob Fox. 

2. John Elder. 

3. Jacob Valintine. 



1. William Cowan. 

2. Thomas Lazier. 

3. Thomas Forshey. 



1. Charles Wals. 

2. Elijah Rabinet 

3. Frederick Fox. 



1. Edward Evins. 

2. James Tucker. 

3. Frederick Rice. 



1. Patrick Burns. 

2. James Spurgan. 

3. Archibald Casteel. 

4. Isac Plummer. 



1. Edward Moran. 

2. George Cline. 

3. Samuel Campibel. 



1. Tedrick Toughman. 

2. Powel Mick. 

3. Thomas Faris. 



1. Andrew Borland. 

2. Mathlas Shuts. 

3. James Crosbery. 

4. John Conoway. 



1 CLASS. 

4. William Perdue. 

5. Isaac Brownan. 

6. John Lazier Senor. 

2 CLASS. 

4. Richard Conoway. 

5. Jacob Fox. 

6. Frederick Rice. 

3 CLASS. 

4. John Spurgan. 

5. Thomas Casteel. 

6. Thomas Blare. 

4 CLASS. 

4. Leban Perdue. 

5. Gasper Mick. 

G. Jacob Bowgard. 

5 CLASS. 

5. Bruce Blair. 

6. Michael Fox. 
John Tughman. 

6 CLASS. 

4. Gerrard Evins. 

5. John Lazier, Juner. 

6. William Bell. 

7 CLASS. 

4. Jacob Rice. 

5. William Spurgan. 

6. Thomas Conoway. 

8 CLASS. 

5. Christophor Mece. 

6. Vallintine Wirick. 

7. Thomas Rhay. 

Total 50. 



COUNTY OP BEDFORD. 



lU 



THE CLASS ROL£ OF CAPTEN DAVEE COMPANY OP 
MIUTIA OF BEDFORD COUNTY, (c.) 



Men's Names. 




BoUo 

Ducal Campel, .... 
MIcliel Tonnr. .... 
William Aldy. ... 
Benjamin Jlnkene, 

2d Clan. 
DaTid Carolisle. .. 
Thomas Barret, 

Bonet foost, 

Benjamin Williams, 

Joseph Moore 

Ehran Bhelvay, ... 

8d Class. 
Mathew Campel, .. 

John Scot 

Thomas John 

4th Class. 
Enoch \VilUam, .. 
John Mardis, 

6th Class. 

John Kins. 

John 'McCIomen, 

6th Class. 

David Aidy. 

Balser Shoemaker. 

Lemuel John. 

John Marshall, ... 

7th aass. 
Daniel Anderson, 
Henry Da vice, .... 

Robert Scot, 

Edward Coombe, . 

Obray John. 

David John 

Henry Williams. . 



warned. 




warned. 




warned, 
warned. 


not Marched. 


warned. 




warned. 




warned. 




warned. 




warned. 




warned. 




warned. 




warned. 


• 


warned. 




warned. 


not marched. 



and served by substitute. 
Exonerated. 



Served. 
Exonerated. 



Exonerated. 

Sierved. 

Served. 

Served. 

Served. 

Served. 



Exonerated. 
Served by Sub. 



warned, ' ' Exonerated. 

warned, ! Served. 



warned. ; Served. 

warned Served. 



warned, 
warned, 
warned, 
warned. 



Served. 
Exonerated. 
Served. 
Exonerated. 



warned Exonerated. 

warned Served. 

warned Served. 

warned Served by Sub. 

warned. | Exonerated. 

warned, , Served by Sub. 

warned, j Served Part. 



The Class Role of Capten Thomas Davie Company of Militia 
with the names of the Privates that aas Served. 
James John Lieutenant and hes Served. 
Thomas Herrod, Ensign and hes Served. 

THOS. DAVIES, Capt. 



112 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



A CLASS ROLL OF CAPTAIN PATRICK HAINBT'S COM- 
PANY, (c.) 



1. Thomas Bradshaw. 

2. Moses Beaman. 
8. Philip Philips. 

4. Peter Ruff. 

5. William Francis. 



Ist Class. 



6. Dominick Donally. 

7. Earnest Baker. 

8. Robert Wright. 

9. Peter Maricle. 



1. Ezekiel Spurgeon. 

2. Illegible. 

3. Thomas Johnston. 

4. Abraham Amrine. 

5. George Utzler. 



2nd Class. 



6. Elijah Huff. 

7. Adam Davebaugh. 

8. Joshua Fleeharty. 

9. Rinehart Reppleogle, Junr. 



1. Joseph BYiend. 

2. Isaac Denimore. 
8. Henry England. 

4. Matthias Ruff. 

5. Aaron Steedmoved. 



8rd Class. 



6. Samuel Hall. 

7. Abraham Miley, Junr. 

8. Thomas Alms. 

9. John Nicholas. 



4th Class. 



1. Isaac Ammons. 

2. William Farmer. 

3. John Wright, Junr. 

4. Jacob Davebaugh. 

5. Robert Bradshaw, Junr. 



6. Christopher Tripshad. 

7. Abraham Miley, Senr. 

8. I>avid Bradshaw. 

9. Ezekiel Worley. 



1. David Bell. 

2. Philip Fisher. 

3. Samuel Moss. 

4. Thomas Hamilton. 

5. William Frater. 



5th Class. 



6. John Perrane. 

7. Joseph Bennet 

8. James England. 

9. Henry Hollar. 



COUNTY OP BEDFORD. 



113 



1. Joseph Johnston. 

2. Andrew Moor. 
8. John England. 

4. John Alms. 

5. Matthias Utzler. 



6th Class. 



6. John Wilt. 

7. James Bams. 

8. Alexander Murphy. 

9. John Slaughter. 

10. John McCormick. 



1. Roger Brownen. 

2. John Friend. 

3. John Hagan. 

4. James Moore. 

5. Nicholas Ruff. 



7th Class. 



6. Patrick Haney. 

7. John Reaves. 

8. Henry Whitstone. 

9. George Flyback. 



8th Class. 



1. Benjamin Wigfield. 

2. Jacob Burget. 

3. William Bennet. 

4. Thomas Williams. 

5. Jacob Rowland. 

6. Nicholas Crivingston. 



7. John Crivingston. 

8. James Rlggs. 

9. John McKevers. 

10. Jeckoniah Allen. 

11. John Frediegil. 

12. Rinehart Rippbogle. 



8— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



114 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



THAT CLASS ROLE OF CAPT. CHARLES TAGGART COM- 
PANY OF MILITIA IN BEDFORD COUNTY, (c.) 



Men's Names. 



warned. 



Hugh Alexander, .. 

John Brown, 

FhilJp Da vie 

Robert Wllklnt, .... 
Benjamin Sbfpliifni. 
HUfth Htirbl*^in, .... 
Robert Wilson, .... 
James Hurry, 



warned,, 
warned. . 
warned. . 
warned,, 
warned, . 
warned, . 
warned,, 
warned,. 



ad Class. 

Mathew Colwel, warned,, 

George Wtlflon, warned, 

BerthQtomew Itohorty, warned,, 

Pairuclc Murph, ! not warned, 

John M«?C:fadi?<m | warnd 

Albxund Alexanijpr i warnd 

.tacob l>ogart, ' warnd 

William Conner, wrand 



8d Class. 

Sdward Grahom warnd, 

Jamtfs RenkfOfi. warnd,, 

Joljn Mc Kindly warnd,, 

Al««aJider Sect Lowry. warnd. 

Thmniw Wilpon warnd,, 

JoBhiia rsir !.. . warnd,, 

Philip Coleman, warnd,. 

Henry Downs warnd, , 



4th Class. 

Robert Klndel, 

JoBfej*h McKiiilUy, . 
Nethiinli-I Hnniblt', 
Georgw Golloway .. 
John M*;CUln. 
fradrk'lc Humburd. 

Vendel Oat 

Rob<?rl Oeorgp 

Amos Stephen*, 

Jofipph B(?ll, 

William Wilson, ... 
William Slone, 



warnd,. 
warnd, . 
warnd.. 
warnd,. 
warnd., 
warnd, 
warnd. 
! warnd,, 
warnd., 
warnd., 
warnd,, 
warnd,. 



5th Clafls. 

James Scot i warnd, . 

Samuel Kar, ^ warnd.. 

Robert Alexander j warnd.. 

Benjamin Peck, 'warnd.. 

William Hunter warnd,. 

Jacob Martaln, ' warnd. 

Charles Wilson. I warnd.. 



not Marched. 



not Marched, 
not Marched, 
not Marched, 
not Marched, 
not Marched, 
not Marched, 
not Marched, 
not Marched. 



not Marched. 



not march. 



not March. 



not Marohf'd. 



Served. 
Served. 
Served. 

Served. 
Exonerated. 
Exonerated. 
Served. 



Served by Sub. 
Exonrated. 

Served. 
Exonrat«d. 
Exona rated. 
Exonarated. 
Served. 



Servd. 

Serve. 

Served. 

Exonerated. 

Served by Sub 

Servtd by Sub 

Served. 

Served. 

Exonerated. 

Ser\d. 

Sened by Sub. 



Served. 
Served. 



Served. 
Served by Sub. 



Served by Sub. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 



115 



THAT CLASS ROLE OF CAPT. CHARLES TAGGART 
COMPANY OF MILITIA IN BEDFORD COUNTY.— 
Continued. 



Men's Names. 


warned. 


not Marched. 




AdRin Lin 


warnd 




Served 


John Lin 


warnd,. 




Served 


.Tnmfii Mf^ r)on4>l 


warnd, 




Served 


TiVAncefl Rondels 


warned, 

warned 

warned, 


not march' d. 
not march. 




6th Class. 
William Alexander ... 


- 


Andrew Grahom, 


Served 


Robert Gibson 


warned 




Served. 


John Wilson 


warned, 

warned, 


not March' d. 


John Hunter 


Served. 


IVilliam Paterson 


warned 

warned 


not march' d. 


William Cunghom, 


Served. 
Served. 


Oasnr Miers ...... 


warned, 




Daniel McConel 


warned, 

warned....... 


not march'd. 


Jofif^nh M^raukv 


Served 


William Watson 


warned 




Served 


7th Class. 
James McClemon 


warned, 






Edward Head 


warned , 




Methias Ambrozer 


warned, 




Served 


Thomas McCray 


warned 




Served 


Francs Keay 


warned 

warned . ... 


not March. 




James Graham , 


Served 


Thomas Lemon 


warned 




Ser\'ed. 


John Darby. 


warned, 




Served. 


James Nelson 


Warned 




Exonerated 


James McConel 


Wftmpd 




Served. 


1 







The Class Role of Capt. Charles Taggart Company of Mi- 
litia with the named of all the Privates that has Served. 
David Hunter, Lieutenant, has Served. 
John Renkins, Ensign, has Served. 
Charles Tagert, Capt., Serv'd. 



CAPT'N PAXTON'S COMP. CLASS, (c.) 



Ludwick Liberger. 
Nathaniel Scrltchfleld. 
Petter Nemier. 
James Young. 



1st 



Class. 

Dan'l Prosser. 
John Turner. 
John Nemier. 
Tobies Oswalt 



V9 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Robert Huston. 
William Wortzman. 
Joseph Lidey. 
Thorn's Wood. 



2nd Class. 



John Porter. 
John Featts. 
Dan'l Cobley. 
John Swisher (sick). 



William Young. 
Daniel Mikey. 
Timothy Lamb. 
Joseph Rhoads. 



3rd Class. 



Thomas Harding. 
Jacob Rhoads (sick). 
Powel Wilker. 
Fetter Buzzard. 



John Tiger. 
Samuel Arnold. 
James Workman. 
Benj. Scritckfield. 



4th Class. 



Moses Goodwin. 
Ritchard Croy. 
John Lamb. 
John Parker. 



Jacob Tarwatter. 
Comes Devore. 
William Mclntier (out). 
Jacob Wilker (out). 



5tb Class. 



Fredrick Sever. 
Andrew Huston. 
Thomas Boyde. 
Peter Sheckley (sick). 



6th Class. 



Edward Huston. 
George Liberger. 
Alexander Huston. 
Tedrick Baker. 



John Scritchfield. 
Nicholas Liberger, Senr. 
Eliga Devore. 
Moses Porter. 



Henry Liberger. 
Nicholas Liberger, Junr. 
Andrew Anderson. 
Andrew Shearer. 



Godfrey Woolback. 
George Amrine. 
Philip Eggare (?). 
Martin Teatts. 



7th Class. 



Henory Turnbilson. 
Jonathan Potts. 
Luke Devore. 
Mike] Oswalt. 



8th Class. 



John Hains, Esqr. 
Armig Albright. 
David Walters. 
Volintin Baker. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 



UT 



George Baker. 
John Boyde. 
Edward Warran. 



Andrew Huston. 
Jacob Crow. 



9Ui Class. 

Isiah McLess. 
Dan'l Rhoads. 
Peter Lideth. 

Sergt's. 

Jacob Patts. 



CAPT. HENRY RUSH'S PAY ROLE OF SOME NOT IN- 
CLUDED IN THE ORIGINAL PAY ROLE, (c.) 

Jacob Mallott, 2 mo. service. 
Teams Applegate, 2 mo. seryice. 
Henry Smith, 2 mo. service. 
Tho. M. Feren, 2 mo. service. 
Rob. Hill, 2 mo. service. 
John Smith, 2 mo. service. 
Timothy Covalt, 2 mo. service. 



THE CLASS ROLL OF CAPT. HENRY RUSHE'S CO. OF 
MILITIA IN BEDFORD CO. WITH RETURN OF ALL THE 
MEN THAT WAS ORDERED TO MARCH IN SAID COM- 
PANY, (c.) 



Men's Names. 



I Warned, not march* d. 



Served. 



Geo. Walker Warned 

Michel Staul, Warned 

Sam'l Truax 'Warned 

Methias Dishan I Warned, 

Samuel Paxton, [ Warned 

Philip Longstreet, Warned, 

a Clasa. I 

Isaac Coul I Warned 

John Hill, ; Warned, 

Hnery Rush, ; Warned, 

Rober Hill, | Warned, 

Geo. Bishop i Warned, 

Jaa. Collens, i Warned 

John Paxton Warned, not marched. 

John Lance, > Warned 

Henry Slpes, ; Warned, 

Jacob McClaln | Warned 

Peter Bwartwoler, I Warned, 



& served. 
& served. 
& served, 
by substitute. 
A served. 
& served. 



& served. 
& served. 
& served, 
exonerated. 
& served. 
& served. 

and served. 
& served by sub. 
& served. 
& served. 



118 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



THE CLASS ROLL OF CAPT. HENRY RUSHE'S CO.— Con- 
tinued. 



Men's Names. 



3d Class. 

Obedlah Melot 

Richard Morton 

Bamet Man 

John Smith, 

John Homon, 

Joseph Novels 

Bethuel Covalt, 

4th Class. 

Jacob Wlrlk, 

Wm. Morton, 

Jacob Boormon 

John Kenerd, 

James Paton 

Peter Rush 

Geo. Shlngledaker 

5th Class. 

John Slauter 

John Truax 

Dory Melot, 

Geo. Miller, 

Henry &i>uolejf 

iohn Mllburn. 

MarUln Longat reach 

Pouel Cieorgc^ 

Mlchpat t^hlnKledaker, ... 
John Smith (Shoemaker). 

6th Class. 

John Melot, 

John Williams 

Solomon Hull, 

John Hill (Llckencrek). . 

John Melot, 

William Dlson 

Thos. Barrot 

7th Class. 

Richard Pitman 

Jacob Heart, 

Wm. Wllklns 

Peter Kimble.- 

James LonKStreach. 

Jljjjll FHJj^T, 

William K.acl 

Edward Conner, 

William Pitman 

Francis Welsh, 

John Murry, 

Jacob Shock, 

Thos. Morton, 

Ephneam Wallace, «.. 



Warned, not march'd. 



Served. 



Warned. 
Warned. 
Warned. 
Warned. 
Warned, 
Warned, 
Warned, 



Warne<l, 
Warned. 
Warned. 



served by sub. 

exonerated. 

exonerated. 

served. 

served. 

exonerated. 

served by sub. 



served. 

exonerated. 

served. 



Warned exonerated 



Warned. 
Warned. 
Warned, 



Warn»»<l. 
Warned. 
Warned. 
Warned, 
Warned. 
Warned, 
Warned. 
Warned. 
Warned. 
Warned. 



served, 
served, 
served. 



exonerated. 

exonerated. 

served. 

served. 

served. 

served by sub. 

served. 

served. 

served. 

served. 



Warned i 8er\ed. 

Warned | served. 

Warned j served. 

Warned, not marched. | 

Warned served. 

Warne<l j served. 

Warned, not marched. ! 



Warned. 
Warned. 
Warned. 
Warned. 
Warned, 
Warned, 
Warned, 
Wam»»d. 
Warned. 
Warned, 
Warned. 
Warned. 
Warned. 
Warned. 



served. 

served by sub. 

exonerated. 

exonerated. 

served. 

exonerated. 

exonerated. 

served. 

exonerated. 

exonerated. 

exonerated. 

exonerated. 

served. 

exonerated. 



COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 



119 



The Class Role of Cap*t Henry Rush and all the privates 
of said Company that has served on duty. 
John Longstreach, Lieut, & has served. 
Jacob Shlngltaker, Ensign, & has served part. 
Cap*t Henry Rush. 



CLASS ROLL OF CAPT. WM. McCALL'S COMFY OF THE 
3D BATTALION, (c.) 



1. George Woods. 

2. David Espy. 

3. George Funk. 

4. Jacob Sayldr. 

5. Eliezer David. 



1st Class. 



6. Patrick O'Lone. 

7. Samuel M<K^ashlan. 

8. Jacob Hersh. 

9. Charles Rubey. 



2nd Class. 



1. David Organ. 

2. David Irwin. 

3. John Ellinger. 

4. Samuel Skinner. 

5. George Milliken. 



6. Leonard Swigart. 

7. John Swigart. 

8. Conrod HHe. 

9. Anthony Naj^el. 



1. Cornelius McAulay. 

2. Martin Reiley. 

3. John Mauk. 

4. William Drennin. 

5. Duncan Mc . 



3rd Class. 



6. Hector McNeal. 

7. George Romick. 

8. Joseph Acre. 

9. Henry Wertz. 



4th Class. 



1. David Noble. 

2. George Wertz. 

3. John Lafferty. 

4. Hugh Simpson. 

5. Robert Gibson. 



6. Michael Divers. 

7. George Burget. 

8. Felix Mellan. 

9. Cornelius McMullin. 
10. Harry Crossing. 



120 



ASSOGIATORS AND MIUTIA. 
5th Class. 



1. Paul Wertz. 

2. John Casebeer. 

8. Samuel Skinner, Junr. 

4. Doct'r John Peters. 

5. Thomas Anderson. 



6. John Andrew May. 

7. George Gun. 

8. Thomas McCall. 

9. John Downey. 
10. John Riddle. 



6th Class. 



1. Allen Rose. 

2. William Lafferty. 

3. Thomas McGibbons. 

4. Jacob Miller. 

6. James Summerville. 



6. John Ford. 

7. Valentine Easter. 

8. John E^walt, Jun'r. 

9. George Nixon, Jun'r. 
10. Daniel McMical. 



7th Class. 



1. Samuel McCashlem. 

2. George Croyl. 
8. Peter Stifler. 

4. Philip Wolf. 

5. John Boys. 



1. George Nixon. 

2. Adam Croyl. 

3. James McMullin. 

4. Patrick Hartford. 

5. Robt. Hartford. 



6. William Scovil. 

7. John Johnston. 

8. Mich'l Wallack. 

9. William Gilliland. 
10. Samuel Drinnen. 



8th Class. 



6. James Dalton. 
7.' John McCashlan. 

8. Christian Houser. 

9. John Croyle. 

10. Fredrick Diverd. 



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(122) 



MUSTER ROLLS 



RBLATING TO THE 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA 



OF THE 



COUNTY OF BERKS, (a) 



(123) 




(12«T 



BERKS COUNTY UEUTENANTS. 



Jacob Morgan, Sen., May 22, 1777. 
Valentine Eckert, Jan'y. 6, 1781. 



BERKS COUNTY SUB-LIEUTENANTS. 



John Old, March 21, 1777. 
Abraham Lincoln, March 21, 1777. 
Henry Shoemaker, March 21, 1777. 
Christian Lauer, Jun'r., March 21, 1777. 
Valentine Eckert, March 21, 1777. 
Daniel Udree, April 6, 1780. 
Jacob Swire, April 6, 1780. 
John Mears, Jan'y. 6, 1781. 



BERKS COUNTY RESOLVES, 1774. (a.) 



At a meeting of a very respectable body of freeholders and 
others, inhabitants of the county of Berks, at Reading, the 2d 
of July, 1774, Edward Biddle, Esq., in the chair. 

This assembly, taking Into their very serious consideration 
the present critical situation of American affairs, do unani- 
mously resolve as follows, viz: 

1. That the inhabitants of this country do owe, and will pay 
due allegiance to our rightful Sovereign, King George the 
Third. 

2. That the powers claimed, and now attempted to be put 
into execution by the British Parliament, are fundamentally 
wrong and cannot be admitted without the utter destruction 
of the liberties of America. 

3. That the Boston Port Bill is unjust and tyrannical in the 
extreme, and that the measures pursued against Boston are 
intended to operate equally against the rights and liberties of 
the other colonies. 

(125) 



126 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



4. That this assembly doth concur in opinion with their re- 
spective brethren of Philadelphia, that there is an absolute 
necessity for an immediate congress of the deputies of the 
several colonies in order to deliberate upon and pursue such 
measures as may radically heal our present unhappy distur- 
bances, and settle with precision the rights and liberties of 
America. 

5. That the inhabitants of this country, confiding in the pru- 
dence and ability of the deputies intended to be chosen for the 
general congress, will cheerfully submit to any measures which 
may be found by the said congress best adapted for the re- 
storation of harmony between the mother-country and the 
colonies, and for the security and firm establishment of the 
rights of America. 

6. That as the people of Boston are now suffering in the 
grand and common cause of American liberty; 

Resolved, That it is the duty of all inhabitants to contribute 
to the support of the said sufferers and that the committee 
hereafter named do open subscriptions for their relief. And 
further, that the said committee do lay out the amount of 
such subscription in purchasing flour and other provisions, to 
be sent by them to our suffering brethren. 



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BERKS COUNTY ASSOCIATORS. (a.) 



Committee of Obserration. 



Chosen on the 
Edward Biddle. 
Christopher Shultz. 
Dr. Jonathan Potts. 
William Reeser. 
Baltzer Gheer. 
Michael Bright. 
John Patton. 
Mark Bird. 



5th of December, 1774. 
John Jones. 
John Old. 
Sebastian Levan. 
George Nagle. 
Christopher Whitman. 
Jacob Shoemaker. 
James Lewis. 



OFFICERS OF THE BATTALIONS— 1775-76. (a.) 



FIRST BATTALION. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Henry Haller. 

Major. 
Gabriel Hiester. 



CAPTAIN DANIEL DE TURCK'S COMPANY, (a.) 



Roll of Captain De Turck's Company of Berks County Asso- 
ciators, in Service July, 1776. 



Captain. 
Daniel De Turck. 

First Lieutenant. 
Paul Kerber. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Charles Gobin. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 



189 



Henry Teager. 
Henry Wax. 
John Phillippi. 
Jacob Briner. 



Sergeants. 



John Dlppery. 
John Heebner. 
Conrad Krafft 



George Phillippi. 



Plfer. 



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Chrlst'r Rlghtmire. 
George Brown. 
Peter Baum. 
Nicholas Scull. 
Job Herbey. 
Christ'r Schneider. 
Frederick Femsler. 
Henry Hatt. 
John Beck. 
Martin Tung. 
Phillip Hatt. 
David Fox. 
John Kiehn. 
Benjamin Leinbach. 
Charles Zent. 
Deob. Haberacker. 
Michael Bleyler. 
Deobald Schmidt. 
George Miller. 
Casper Wecht. 
Samuel Homan. 
Nicholas Seitel. 
Philip Hartman. 
Ulrick Kissinger. 
Joshua Evans. 
William Lewis. 
David Betz. 
George Schleer. 
Henry Leinbach. 
Philip Wentzel. 
Gabriel Gantzer. 



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Michael Roach. 
John Ernst 
Henry Baum. 
George Wingert 
Henry Strunk. 
William Goodheart. 
Dieter Miller. 
George Albert 
Henry Frymire. 
George Lawyer. 
Henry Fisher. 
Henry Faust 
Henry Ruth. 
John Hill. 
Charles Mell. 
Nicholas Eckert 
John Brown. 
Joseph Billing. 
William Shealhiemer. 
Christian Scheaffer. 
Christian Waldschmidt 
Carl Shucker. 
Frederick Bechtel. 
Christian Ruth. 
Elijah Dewees. 
John Hesch. 
Christian Fisher. 
Paul Steple. 
Nicholas Dick. 



140 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



RECEIVED OF H. SPYKER. P. M. OF BERKS COUNTY 
MILITIA, (c.) 



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Daniel De Turck. 




Charles Gobin. 




Gorg. Jager. 




Henry Jager 


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John Phillips. 


Henry Wache. 




Jacob Briner. 




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John Hubner. 




Conrad Krafft. 




George PhlllppI 


Fifer. 


Gabriel Gauser 


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George + Miller 


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David Bets 


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Henry + Fensler, .... 


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Michael Kosh 


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Samuel Homan 


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Wllhelm Selheimer. 


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Christian Waltschmtt, .. 


Privat. 


William Guthart, 


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Christian Sheffer 


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Greorge Ihler, 


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Casper r Weacht, ... 


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Philip - Hoa 


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Carl Mull, 


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Henrich Hurt 


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Helnrich Leinbach 


Privat. 


Paul -f- Steel 


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his 




John -1- Hill, 


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mark. 




Henry -f- Fisher. .... 


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Mlchll -f Plcylcr 


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Dovolt -f- Hanveanker. . 


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John Klohlr 


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Frederick -|- Bechtel, .. 


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Benjamin Leinbach, 


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Xlchols Seltel 


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Henry -1- Faust, 


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CX)UNTY OP BERKS. 



141 



RECEIVED OF H. SPYKER. P. M. OF BERKS COUNTY 
MILITIA— Continued. 



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2 months, . 
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2 months. 
2 months. 



29 Days. 



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5- 0-0 
5- 0-0 
5- 0-0 
5- 0-0 

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2 months, 
2 months, 
2 months. 
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Christopher Reidmyer, .. 

Heinrich Baum, 

Nicholas Dick 

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Johannes Hess 

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Oorg. Albert 

Nicholas Shell 

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Job ilerbey 

H^lnrlch RIeth 

David Kummor 

Jacob ririch Glsslngler, .. 

Charles Zent 

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I Michael Melich J 

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Philip Seller 



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142 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



PAY ROLL OP CAPT. DANIEL DB TURCK'S COMPANY OF 
BERKS COUNTY MlUTlA, 1778. (c.) 



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3- 6-0 
3- 5-0 
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COUNTY OP BBRKS. 



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PAY ROLL OP CAPT. DANIEL DB TURCK'S COMPANY OP 
BBRKS COUNTY MIUTIA, 1778— Continued. 



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COU PATTON'S BATTAUON. (a.) 



As it Btood 25th Janiiary, 1776. 



Colonel. 
John Patton. 

Lieutenant Ck>lonel. 
John Reiss. 

Paymaster. 
Casper Read. 

Quartermaster. 
George Lechner. 



CAPTAIN FURRER'S COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain— Michael Furrer. 
First Lieutenant— John Sheffer. 
Second Lieutenant — Daniel Womelsdorf. 
Ensign— Jacob Wingert. 



CAPTAIN HETRICK'S COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain Philip Hetrick. 
First Lieutenant — Francis Artellia. 
Second Lieutenant— Christopher Kern. 
Ensign— Jacob Sunday. 



COUNTY OP BERKS. 149 

COL. PATTON'S BATTALION— 1776. (a.) 



Roster of the Berks County Battalion of Foot, Pennsylvania 
Militia, commanded by Colonel John Patton, August 27, 1776 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
John Patton. 

Majors. 
Joseph Thornburgh. Christian Lower. 

Adjutant 
Henry Spyker. 

Quartermaster. 
George Lechner. 

Paymaster. 
Casper Read. 

CAPTAIN LESHER'S COMPANY. 



Roll of Captain John Lesher's Company, Colonel Patton's Bat- 
talion, Berks County Militia, August 27, 1776. (a.) 



Captain. 
John Lesher. 

First Lieutenant. 
Jacob Rehrer. 

Second Lieutenant. 
John Anspach. 



160 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Valentine Benter. 
William Bichelberger. 



Philip Eichelberger. 
Peter Weis. 



Nicholas Bressler. 
George Brost. 
Jacob Brown. 
Christian Emerich. 
Leonard Emerich. 
George Fisher. 
Peter Forney. 
John Gebhart. 
Jacob Holtzman. 
Baltzer Houtz. 
Michael Katerman. 
Peter Mayer. 
Baltzer Noll. 
Ludwig Ohrenbaum. 
George Poffenberger. 
Peter Pontius. 
Samuel Read. 



Ensign. 
John Bortner. 

Sergeants. 

Frantz Zeller. 
Conrad Sherman. 

Corporals. 

Henry Krum. 
Jacob Read. 

Flfer. 
Andrew Zeller. 

Drummer. 
John Weis. 

Privates. 

John Reinhard. 
Godfried Saltzer. 
Heronimus Shroff. 
Nicholas Smith. 
Henry Snyder. 
Abraham Snyder. 
Henry Steiner. 
Nicholas Stouch. 
John Teisinger. 
Nicholas Teisinger. 
Conrad Wentzel. 
Jacob Wiggant. 
Ludwig Wirtenberger. 
Lorentz Wolf. 
Philip Wolber. 
Frederick Young. 



CAPT. MICHAEL FURRER'S COMPANY. 



Roll of Captain Michael Furrer's Company of Berks County 
Militia, stationed at South Amboy, September 5, 1776. (a.) 



Captain. 
Michael Furrer. 



COUNTY OF BBRKSw 



151 



First Lieutenant 
Nicholas Seybert 

Second Lieutenant. 
John Gennan. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Read. 

Drummer. 
William Sherman. 

Fifer. 
Adam Read. 



Adam Auspach. 
Henry Spang. 



Sergeants. 



Peter Leis. 
Philip Anspach. 



Privates. 



George Wendlewolf. 
George Deerwechter. 
Valentine Shiffler. 
John Keyser. 
George Winter. 
Jacob Ruhl. 
George Kantner. 
Nicholas Read. 
Frederick Sheffer. 
Daniel Sheffer. 
Jonas Read. 
Daniel Read. 
Michael Hoffman. 
John Stup. 
Henry Koch. 
William Feygert. 
Andreas Aulenbach. 
William Sheffer. 



George Emrich. 
Peter Smith. 
Conrad Hoster. 
Peter Deefenbach. 
Christian Witman. 
Peter Houser. 
Simon Ldnck. 
George Swartz. 
Henry Miller. 
Valentine Troutman. 
John Troutman. 
Nicholas Lechner. 
Peter Stein. 
Michael Bruker. 
Daniel Kuff. 
Adam Schnee. 
Henry Deerwechter. 



152 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



CAPTAIN GEORGE MILLER'S COMPANY. 



Roll of Captain George Miller's Company of Berks county Mi- 
litia, on duty at South Amboy, September 5, 1776. (a.) 



George Loose. 



Captain. 
George Miller. 

First Lieutenant. 
John Reigel. 

Second Lieutenant. 
David Baker. 

Ensign. 
Michael Fox. 

Drummer. 
John Reaber. 

Fifer. 
George Miller. 

Sergeants. 

Michael Zerben. 

Corporal. 
Philip Seyler. 



Privates. 



Jacob Wagner. 
Frederick Kerger. 
Mathias Smith. 
Joseph Swartzhaupt. 
Jacob Sauter. 
Andrew Emrich. 



Daniel Kros. 
Ludwig Wert. 
George Souter. 
Conrad Reaber. 
John Deer. 
John Swartz. 



COUNTY OP BERKS. 



163 



John Hubler. 
George Wert 
Adam Albert 
Jacob Loose. 
Daniel Aulenbacb. 
Simon Lingel. 
Nicholas Reegel. 
Jacob Kehl. 
Nicholas Ketner. 
John Long. 



Lazarus Mouns. 
John Fengel. 
Daniel Manensmith. 
John Miller. 
Jacob Ney. 
John Auman. 
Philip Mayer. 
Thomas Miller. 
Christopher Winter. 
Valentine Ney. 



CAPTAIN MICHAEL WOLF'S COMPANY. 



Roll of Capt. Michael Wolf's Company of Berks County Mi- 
litia on duty at South Amboy, August 26, 1776. (a.) 



Michael Selser. 



Captain. 
Michael Wolf. 

First Lieutenant. 
Conrad Weiser. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Isaac Depuy. 

Ensign. 
Henry Battorf. 

Drummer. 
Daniel Fisher. 

Fifer. 
Philip Werner. 

Sergeants. 

Wendle Seibert 



154 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Rudolph ManbecK. 



Jacob Teglick. 
John Klein. 
George Nagle. 
Peter Spang. 
George Graff. 
Philip Smith. 
Nicholas Dornmayer. 
Nicholas Saleday. 
Peter Fegh. 
James Smith. 
John Quid. 
Moses Hofys. 



Corporals. 

Weirick Selser. 

Privates. 

Henry Rab. 
Adam Mathias. 
Henry Kobel. 
William Daley. 
Ludwig Swartz. 
John Briker. 
Philip Ginder. 
Christopher Henly. 
Henry Rost. 
Philip Graff. 
George Delter. 



MAJOR HIESTER'S BATTALJON. (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Henry Haller. 

Major. 
Gabriel Hiester, December 10, 1775. 

Adjutant. 
John Mears, December 10, 1776. 

Quartermaster. 
Isaac Levan, Jr., December 10, 1776. 

Captains. 

John Witman, December 10, 1776. 
John Diehl. 
George Will. 

Lieutenants. 

Peter Nagle, December 10, 1776. 
John Kidd. 



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ASSOCIA.TORS AND MILITIA. 
Artificers. 



Jacob Silfires. 

John Raifsnider. 

Andrew Fichthom. 

BenJ. Leinboch, on furlough. 

Godfrey Baker, on furlough. 

Valentine Fultz, on furlough. 

John Fulwiler, on furlough. 



Frederick Ropp. 
Balser Henritz. 
Nicholas Schlichter. 
Anthony Pap. 
Nicholas Seidel. 
Henry Bickley. 
John Burckhard. 



CAPTAIN DIBHL'S COMPANY. 



Muster Roll of Captain John Diehl's Company of Major Hiest- 
er's Battalion of Militia of Berks county, 22d January, 1777. 
(a.) 



Captain. 
John Diehl. 



Jacob Bricht. 



Lieutenants. 

John Kidd. 



Ensign. 
Ernst Griss. 



William Shener, artificers. 
Christian Sherrer. 



Sergeants. 

Jacob Briner. 



Christian Setly. 



Corporals. 

Frederick Nagle. 



Drummer. 
George Marks. 



C0CXTY OF BERKS. 



151 



PriTAtes. 



George l4>ngk«innicr. 
Christiaji Deim. 
WUliam Freyme jer. 
George Frey. 
John Seyler. 
John Hett. 
Peter IMenL 
Anthony Schock. 
Jacob Toong. 
Dewalt MiUer. 



Henry Batty. 
Jacob Bayer. 
Simon Bayer. 
Jacob Peterick. 
Henry Lebo* sick. 
Jacob Alter, sick. 
Dallet Rhein. 
Pant Ege. 
Dungel Buntaler. 



A DUTIFUL AND EXACT LIST OF CAPTAIN SCHBFFBR'S 
COMPANY OF THE FIRST BATTAUON OF BERKS 
COUNTY MIUTIA. (c.) 



New Town. January 20th. 1777. 



Captain. 
^Nicholas Scheffer. 



Jacob Stein. 



Lieutenants. 

John Huy. 



Ensign. 
Abraham Huy. 



Christopher Baity. 
Mathias Gemandt. 



Sergeants. 

Christian Barranstine. 



Jacob Reeser. 
Jacob Weiser. 



Corporals. 

John Grave. 



168 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Privates. 



John Reeser. 
Henry Frauenfelter. 
Jacob Huy. 

Jacob Loudenschleger. 
George Medler. 
George Matz. 
George Schriver. 
Geo. Adam Schneider. 
Christian Gemandt. 
Mathias Sourmilch. 



Daniel Rothermell. 
Felix Frauenfelter. 
Henry Reigel. 
Adam Richard. 
John Klein. 
Valentine Miller. 
Paul Barlet, sick. 
Conrad Kerchner. 
Henry Schira. 
Jacob Rauhn. 



Deserted. 



William Kock. 
John Dunckel. 
Michael Kreat. 



Adam Mingel. 
Thomas Conner. 



I do certify on honour that the officers, non-commiss'd 
officers and privates who appeared on parade in Newtown, 
Bucks Co. the 22d January, 1777. Are bonafide engaged in the 
Service of the United States of America and are intituled to 
receive pay from 10th Dec. 1776, according to the Rank they 
hold in this Roll—. 

I do also certify on honour that Conrad Kerchner and Henry 
Schira, Sick, are Effective and that five Deserters were Effect- 
ive to the times mentioned opposite to their names. 

NICHOLAS SHEFFER. 



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Captain ^Michael Scheffer's Company of Militia. Commanded 
by Major Gebriel Heister — One Captain, two Lieutenants, One 



•So written on the Original Roll should probably bo. 

MICHAEL SCHEFFER. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 



159 



Ensign, three Sergeants, three Corporals and Eighteen pri- 
vates. Jan. 22d, 1777. 

LOD'K SPROGELL, M. G. of P. 



CAPTAIN SCHEFFER'S COMPANY. 



A DUTIFUL AND EXACT LIST OF CAPTAIN SCHEFFER'S 
COMPANY OF THE FIRST BATTALION OF BERKS 
COUNTY MILITIA, AT NEWTOWN, JANUARY 20, 1777. 
(a.) 



Captain. 
Nicholas Scheffer. 



Jacob Stine. 



Christopher Baldy. 
Mathias Gernandt. 



Jacob Reeser. 
Jacob Weeser. 



Lieutenants. 

John King. 

Ensign. « 
Abraham Huy. 

Sergeants. 

Christian Barranstine. 

Corporals. 

John Grave. 



Privates. 



John Reeser. 
Henry Frauenfelter. 
Jacob Huy. 

Jacob Loudenschleger. 
George Medler. 
George Matz. 
George Sch river. 
George Adam Schneider. 



Adam Reichard. 
John Klein. 
Valentine Miller. 
Paul Barlet, sick. 
Conrad Kerchner. 
Henry Schire. 
Jacob Rauhn. 
William Kock. 



160 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

Christian Gemandt. John Dunckel. 

Mathias Sourmilch. Michael Kreat. 

Daniel Rothermell. Adam Mingel. 

Felix Frauenfelter. Thomas Conner. 
Henry Reigel. 



BERKS COUNTY MILITIA, 1777. (a.) 



FIRST BATTAUON. 



Colonel. 
Daniel Hunter, May 17, 1777. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
John Guldin, May 17, 1777. 

Major. 
John Cunius, May 17, 1^77. 

Adjutant. 
Philip Bertolette, May 17, 1777. 

Chaplain. 
Jacob Michael, May 17, 1777. 

Quartermaster. 
Isaac Fedder (Feather), May 17, 1777. 

Surgeon. 
Daniel Welcher, May 17, 1777. 



FIRST COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Mathias Wick, May 17, 1777. 



COUNTY OF BBRKS. 161 



First Ueatenant. 

ChriBtopher Fblick, May 17. 1777. 

Seomd Lieutenant 

Cliarlee Qelger, Bfay 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 

Henry Reiff, liay 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

John Pott, May 17, 1777. 
Jacob Heffner, May 17, 1777. 



8BC0ND COMPANT. (a.) 



Captain. 

Stephen Crumrine, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 

Henry Knouse, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant 

Isaiah Davis, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 

Jacob Gerver, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Mathias Rhoads, May 17, 1777. 
Baltser Traut May 17, 1777. 



THIRD COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 



j^ebasUan Lentz, May 17, 1777. 
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162 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

First Lieutenant. 
Jacob Rhoadfi, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant 
Adam Heiter, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Henry Hess, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Baltzer Beam, May 17, 1777. 
Peter Gabel, May 17, 1777. 



FOURTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
George Focht, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
John Stapleton, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Jacob Grisemer, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
John Yoder, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Daniel Levan, May 17, 1777. 
George Yoder, May 17, 1777. 



FIFTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Jacob Hill, May 17. 1777. 



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163 



First Lieut en ant. 
George Schall, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant 
John Betz, May 17, 1177, 

Ensign. 
Jofiepli Delaplalne, May 17, 1777, 

Court Martial Men. 

Philip Mathlas. May 17, 1777, 
Jacob Antey. May 17, 1777. 



SIXTH COMPANY, (a,) 

Captain, 

Peter Wanner, May 17, 1777. 

First Ueutenaot. 

H^ntj Strauch. May 17, 1777. 

Second Ueutenant 

Adam Hamscher, May 17, 1777. 

Bnslgn. 

Henry Schurts, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Blias Wagoner, May 17, 1777. 
Henry Hess, May 17, 1777. 



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SEVENTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 



Daniel Reiff, May 17, 1777. 



164 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

First Lieutenant. 
Daniel Leimbach, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant 
Philip Reiff, May 17, 1777, 

Ensign. 
Peter Scheffer, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Daniel Schneider, May 17, 1777. 
John Scheffer, May 17, 1777. 



EIGHTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
David Strause, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Jacob Richstein, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Jacob Miller, May 17, 1777. 

EInsign. 
John Roeder, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Henry Ranch, May 17, 1777. 
George Moll, May 17, 1777. 



READING, OCTOBER, 1777. (c) 

I Promise to pay unto Jacob Richard— within two months 
after Date Twenty four Pounds Ten Shillings in beh9Jf of the 



COUNTY OF BBRKB. 



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State for him serving two Months from the Date hereof as 
Substitute in Capt Jacob Rothermel's Company. 
Witness my Hand, 

JACOB MORGAN, L. a G. 
Witness present, 

HBNRT SHOEMAKER. 



READING. OCTOBER 3d, ^777. (c) 

I Promise to pay unto John Detrick— within two Months 
after Date Twenty four Pounds Ten Shillings in behalf of the 
State, for him Serving two Months from the Date henoi as 
Substitute in Capt. Jacob Rothermel's Company. 
Witness my Hand, 

JACOB MORGAN, L. a G. 
Witness present, 

HENRY SHOEMAKER. 



BERKS COUNTY MIUTIA. 1778. (a.) 



FIRST BATTALION. 



Colonel. 
Daniel Hunter. 

Captains. 



Christopher Folk. 
Stephen Crumrine. 
Sebastian Lentz. 
George Focht. 



Jacob Hill. 
Peter Wanner. 
Daniel ReifP. 
David Strause. 



Total number of men enrolled, 642. 



Return of the Field, Captains and Subaltern Militia Officers 
for Berks county, 27 May, 1780. (a.) 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Samuel Eley, May 27, 1780. 



166 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

Major. 
Abraham Betz, May 27, 1780. 



FIRST COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Charles Crouse, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Peter Sasseman, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Miller, May 10, 1780. 



SECOND COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Jacob Ladich, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Henry Shoemaker, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
John Kremer, May 10, 1780. 



THIRD COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Jacob Rothermel, May 10, 1780. 



COUNTY OP BBRKS. 1«7 



Lieutenant. 
Daniel Stout, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Christian MerUe, Bfay 10, 1780. 



FOURTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Jacob Mouser, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
John Kremer, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Dewalt Bast, May 10, 1780. 



FIFTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
George Beaver, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Jacob Sigfried, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Michael Hinderleider, May 10, 1780. 



SIXTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Jacob Baldy, May 10, 1780. 



168 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

Lieutenant. 
John Fegley, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
John King, May 10, 1780. 



SEVENTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Leonard Stone, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant 
Ludwig Gable, May 10, 1780. 

Eni^gn. 
Jacob Rahn, May 10, 1780. 



EIGHTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Jacob Ricbstein, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant 
Valentine Haupt, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Adam Howarter, May 10, 1780. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 



169 



MUSTER ROLI- OP THE PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER 
IN BERKS COUNTY IN JUNE 1780 TO SERVE TO 15 JULY 
1781. (c.) 



Time 
of Entry. 




June 


17. 

19. 

19. 
6, 
1, 

14. 

14. 

15. 

16. 

25, 
M. 
17, 
17, 


John CUirk, 






George Blackwe]!, .. 
John Moyer, 


1 Company. 


July 
July 
June 


John Roush. 

John Scherp 

Qeorge Keller 

Sebestlan Hober, ... 

Jacob Bower 

Michael Htoderllder, 
John Nable 


2 Company. 

3 Company. 

4 Company. 

5 Company. 










Peter Hass. 


6 Comxiany. 




Michael MUler 

Daniel Chrlatlan. .. 

John Kurcher 

Qeorsr. Harbater. ... 


7 Company. 

8 Company. 



CAPTAIN CHARLES KRAUSE'S COMPANY, (a.) 



Detachment of First Battalion Berks County Militia under the 
command of Captain Charles Krause, guarding the prisoners 
of war, from August 16 to October 16, 1781. 



Captain. 
Charles Krause, August 13, 1781. 

Sergeants. 

Ernst Qrees, August 13, 1781. 
Philip Dresher, August 13, 1781. 
John Burchard, August 13, 1781. 

Corporals. 

Christian Shmick, August 1, 1781. 
Isaac Harmany, August 14, 1781. 
Jacob Harmany, August 14, 1781. 



170 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

Priyalet. 

Philip Kline, August 13, 1781. 
George Mummy, August 13, 1781. 
John Pinstermaker, August 13, 1781. 
Abraham Gross, August 13, 1781. 
Mathias Bower, August 13, 1781. 
Jacob Sigfried, August 13, 1781. 
George Clup, August 13, 1781. 
Balzer Lutz, August 13, 1781. 
Michael Christman, August 13, 1781. 
Henry Grub, August 13, 1781. 
Frederick Mengel, August 13, 1781. 
John Saul, August 13, 1781. 
Adam Labar, August 13, 1781. 
Casper Merchel, August 13, 1781. 
Christian Wilhelm, August 13, 1781. 
Conrad Sitler, August 13, 1781. 
Christian Bicker, August 13, 1781. 
Theobald Kuffer, August 13, 1781. 
Adam Knettle, August 13, 1781. 
John Heines, August 13, 1781. 
Peter Rundorf, August 13, 18881. 
Titan McCarty, August 13, 1781. 
Philip Christ, August 13, 1781. 
Philip Duhl. August 13, 1781. 
Peter Shomer, August 13, 1781. 
Lorentz Christ, August 13, 1781. 
John Norbeck, August 13, 1781. 
Mathias Flack, August 13, 1781. 
John Klockner, August 18, 1781. 




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Capt. Charles Kraas. 63 Days, 

Ernest Grees, Surg., 62 

PhlUp^rlsher, 63 

Jacob Harmany, 62 

Peter Rlnderf , 

John Klockner 



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COUNTY OP BERKS. 176 



BBCOND BATTAUON. 1775-76. (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Mark Bird. 

Major. 
John Jones. 



SECOND BATTAUON. (a.) 



Colonel. 
Daniel Udree, May 17. 1777. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Jacob Boyer, May 17, 1777. 

Major. 
John Huy, May 17, 1777. 

Adjutant. 
George Reehm, May 17, 1777. 

Surgeon. 
John Umstead, May 17, 1777. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
Thomas Kerlin. May 17, 1777. 

Quartermaster. 
Conrad Foose, May 17, 1777. 



176 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



FIRST COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Charles Crouse, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Philip Mertz, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Nicholas Mertz. May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Christian Kercher, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 
Casper Seibert. May 17. 1777. 
Adam Helwlg. May 17, 1777. 



SECOND COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Peter Smith. May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
George Roap. May 17. 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Michael Eayre. May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
John Kreamer, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 
Henry George, May 17, 1777. 
George Leye, May 17. 1777. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 177 

THIRD COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Jacob Rodearmel, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Jacob Trtblepiece, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Christopher Denn, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Daniel Ely, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 
Jacob Wanner, May 17, 1777. 
George Kelchner, May 17, 1777. 



FOURTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
George Kemp, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant 
Jacob Levan, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Michael Pifer, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Schweyer, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Philip Geehr, May 17, 1777. 
Philip Sherer, May 17. 1777. 

12— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



171 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

FIFTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Casper Smeck, May 17, 1777. 

F^rst Lieutenant 
Jacob Grim, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Jacob Zimmerman, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Sigfred, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Joseph Gross, May 17, 1777. 
John Beaver, May 17, 1777. 



SIXTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Michael Voyge, May 17. 1777. 

First Lieutenant 
Henry Adam, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
John Figley, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
John Lesher, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Frederick Leebey, May 17, 1777. 
Valentine Hoofman, May 17, 1777. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 179 

SEVENTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Abraham Huy. May 17. 1777. 

First Ueutenant 
Christian Bearringsteln, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
John Weidenhamer, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Christian Burghert, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Jacob Stein, May 17. 1777. 
Jacob Rauhn, May 17, 1777. 



EIGHTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Henry Egner, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant 
Henry Feagley, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
John Trtce. May 17. 1777. 

Ensign. 
Martin Royer,^ay 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 
Philip Deal. May 17, 1777. 
Jacob Collman, May 17, 1777. 



180 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

A Return of the Days that Capt. Peter Smith of the 2nd Ck)m- 
pany in Greenwich Township was in service in the Second 
Battalion of Btrks County Militia commanded by Daniel Udre 
Esq., Colonel. Anno Domini, 1779. 

1779 

To 1 Day Bringing tht Return of the Co 11.5 

To 1 Day Bringing the Return of the Co 11.5 

First Battalion commanded by Saml. Ely Esq., Col. 
1780. 

To taking an acct. of the Company and classing the 
same 3 Days at 5 Dols. pr. Day 56.5.0 

To 1 Day Riding with Orders to Henry Shoemaker. . 18.15.0 

To 3 Days issueing Orders for Inlisting the Pennsyl- 
vania Volunteers 56. 5.0 

To 2 Days examining the people whether they had 
taken the Oath of Allegiance to the State 37.10.0 



£191. 5 
PETER SMITH. 

Berks. 

The 18th Day of Nov. 1780 came Peter Smith and upon his 
solm oath did declar and say that the within sum of money is 
justley Due to him and that he hath received no part or parcel 
of the within sum. 

Witness my hand the I>ate first ritten. 

SAMUEL ELY. 

Received 1st December 1780 of Jacob Swire Sub. Lieut, if the 
Berks County the within contents in full I say received by 
me. 

PETER SMITH. 

£191.5. 



I Promise to pay Two Months after Date unto John 
Binder or his order or assignes the just and full sum of Fifty 
pounds on the condition viz, the sd. Binclere is to serve in 
the Berks County Militia for the space of Two Months and 
when Lawfully Discharged is to be paid the above mentd 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 181 

Sum is not Lawfully Discharged to be void and as witness my 
hand this 5th Day of Oct. 1777. 

The sd. substitute is to be discharged the 5th of December, 
1777. 

JOHN HUY. Major. 
Witness present, 
JOS. HEISTER. 



SECOND BATTALION, (a.) 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Henry Spycker, May 27, 1780. 

Major. 
John Lesher, May 27, 1780. 



FIRST COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Henry Shepler, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Christopher Kern, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 



SECOND COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Daniel Grove, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Daniel Womelsdorf, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
John Benicb. May 10, 1780. 



182 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



THIRD COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
John Anspach, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Nicholas Sibert, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
John Spicker, May 10, 1780. 



FOURTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Michael Wolf, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Jacob Rehrer, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
George Stump, Jun., May 10, 1780. 



FIFTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Philip Hedrick, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant 
Bernard Zimmerman, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Peter Bressler, May 10, 1780. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 188 

SIXTH COBiPANY. (a.) 



Captain. 
Philip Philbert, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant 
Philip Moyer, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Christian Gniber, May 10, 1780. 



SEVENTH COBiPANY. (a.) 



Captain. 
John Sheffer, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
George Battorf, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Knoll, May 10, 1780. 



EIGHTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
John Fulmer, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant 
Ensign. 



184 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER IN 
BERKS COUNTY IN JUNE 1780 TO SERVE TO 15 JULY 
1781. (c.) 



Time 
of Entry. 








Abraham Philpy, .. 

Jacob Sowxer 

John Fisa, 


J 1 Comp'y. 




Jacob Fitzer, 

John Rowe 


2 Comp'y. 




John Fisher. 

Valentine Rentzel, 
Martin Nelss. 


J 3 Comp'y. 
4 Comp'y. 




, , 1 B CoinD*y. 




John Birch ^ i 




Adam Moyer 

Gottlell Crumlay, . 

Adam Beggs 

John Guthinan 

P«ter HaiMf, 


. J 6 Comp'y. 

. J 7 Comp'y. 

J 8 Comp'y. 







ABSTRACT OF THE RETURNS. 1781. (c.) 



Captn. Jon. Reegel's Comp'y. 



Daniel Gicker. 
Peter Faust 
Jon. Faust. 
Jacob Klein. 
Christn. Keener. 
Phil. Klein. 
Jon. Feid. 
Peter Speicher. 
Casper Stump. 
Chrisn. Detweiler. 



Jon. Albert. 
Herber Berger. 
Jon. Keener. 
Diedrich Sneyder. 
Mlchl. Sollenberger. 
Joseph Gundy. 
Jon. Ketner. 
Jon. Leight. 
Thorns. Long. 



Jacob Kobel. 
Christn. Lantz. 



Captn. Danl. Greaff's Comp'y. 

Jon. Welser. 
Jon. Newman. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 



185 



Captain Jon. Anspach's Comp'y. 



Peter Deefenbach. 
Jacob Weigant. 
Jon. Caderman. 
Jon. Read of Jacob. 
BenJ'n Spyker, Jun. 
Christ'n France. 
Fredr. Read. 
Jon. Weitman. 



Jon. Shlffler. 
Hermanos Battorff. 
Geo. Moyer. 
Henry Moyer, Junr. 
Geo. Swartz. 
Stophl. Borreiff. 
Leonard BattorfF. 
Francis Zeller. 



Captain Jon. Fulmer's Comp'y. 



Jon. Merky. 
Fredr. Wolf, Senr. 
Geo. Stedler. 
Danl. Wolf. 
Geo. Berger, Senr. 
Abram Merky. 
Fredr. Wolf, Junr. 



Leonard Miller. 
Nichos. Kern. 
Jacob Lepo. 
Geo. Jacob Holtzman. 
Nichos. Merky. 
Jacob Zeigler. 
Daniel PafTenberger. 



Captain Michl. Wolf's Comp'y. 



Michl. France. 
Adam Cassel. 
Martin Moyer. 
Chas. Smith. 
Christ'n Neycommer. 
Jon. Moyer. 
Phil. Smith. 
Jacob Besshore. 
Rudy Sauter. 
Jon. Shuy. 
Christ'n Battorff. 
Stophel Battorff. 
Geo. Kuns. 
Christ'n Blxler. 
Jacob Deefenbach. 
Balser Lesh. 
Henry Buger. 
Jon. Adam Battorff. 
Geo. Sevier. 
Phil. Moyer. 
Geo. Royer. 
Peter Heckman. 



Jacob Decker. 
Mart'n Shuy. 
oon. Smith. 
Wendel Houtz. 
Danl. Blxler. 
Phil Kuns. 
Danl. Besshore. 
Chrisfn Houtz. 
Jacob Houtz. 
Nichos. Seiver. 
Valen. Smith. 
Geo. Strouthower. 
Jacob Lesh. 
Chars. Korb. 
Bastian Royer. 
Jacob Knebel. 
Jacob Michael. 
Jon. Lehman. 
Jon. Battorff. 
Geo. Sneyder. 
Stophel Knebel. 



186 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Captn. Conrad Shirman's Comp'y. 



Jacob Kurtz. 

Martin Brown. 

Jacob Liingel. 

Jacob Ditzler, not of Age. 



Phil. Seiler. 
Geo. Seiler. 
Qeo. Loucks, Jun. 
Peter Sheffer. 



Captn. Phil Filbert's Comp'y. 



Philip Moyer. 
James Jackson. 
Thoms. Ldngel. 
Jacob Yoder. 
Geo. Brendel. 
Peter Boyer. 
Christn. Weitman. 
Thoms. Weitman. 



Jon. Wertz. 
Joseph Hochstedler. 
David Hertz. 
Jon. Keller. 
Jacob Weitman. 
Jon. Conrad. 
Henry Sped. 
Stephen Lingel. 



RETURN FROM CAPT. FILPERT'S COBIPANY. 17»2. (c.) 



Thomas Lingel. 
Stevan Lingel. 
Michael Jotter. 
Friderick Lingel. 
Christian Weitman. 
John Wertz. 



Joseph Hochstetler. 
John Keller. 
Jacob Weitman. 
Jacob Jotter. 
Martin Wagner. 
Capt. Filpert. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 



187 



PAT ROLL OF LIEUT. JACOB RHERER'S DETACHMENT 
OF THE 2ND BATTALION OF BERKS COUNTY MILmA 
ON DUTY, GUARDING THE CONVENTION PRISONERS 
OF WAR NEAR READING. SETTLED ft ENTERED 
28TH FEBY. 1791. (c) 



Namfla. 




Jacob Rehrer. . 
Qeorge Gardner, 
Christ' n Sneyder. 
PhUtp MelMer. 
Simon Rlgle, .... 
MIch'l Reed. ... 
Mlch'l Mourer. 
Jacob WUllam. . 
Jno. Shuckert, . 
Mlch'l Sheffer, . 
Jacob Kercher, . 

Jno. Spat, 

Henry Fltler, .. 
Baatian Lltch. . 
Matthias Smith, 
Philip Werner, 
Jno. Manbeck, . 
LiorenU Benltch, 
Peter Klinger, . 
Jacob Snyder. . 
Jacob Klntzer, 
Peter Dirrebagb, 

Jno. Lam 

Fred'k Ber^rer, . 

Peter Haas 

Jos. OelBsler, .. 

Jno. Weiss 

Mich' I Miller. .. 



Lieut.. . 
Serst.. • 
Corp'l, . 
PHvate. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 



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62 
62 
62 
62 
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62 
62 
62 
62 
61 
62 
61 
60 
60 
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62 



CAPT. HEINRICH NACH'S COMPANY OF MILITIA, 
ALSACE TOWNSHIP, BERKS CO. (c.) 



Heinrich Seidel. 
Jacob Kintze. 
Johannes Knessiner. 
Jacob Knessiner. 



Dewald Beyer. 
Hartmann Schnhart. 
David Becker. 
Jacob Miller. 



188 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



George Papp. 
Johannes Schneider. 
Jacob Stahl. 
Heinrich Seeler. 
Carl Krowrath. 
Abraham Dunckelberg. 
Ludwig Hertz. 
Isaac Stuhe. 
Michael Fisher. 
Paul Ebeling. 
Jacob Becker. 
Jacob LandsisckesB. 
Isaac Hoch. 
Johannes Miller. 
George Koeller. 
Adam Krausser. 
Adam Greith, Jr. 
Heinrich Ebeling. 
Balser Krausser. 
Jacob Seibert. 
Friedrich Baum. 
Heinrich Ginder. 
Tobias Piess. 
George Heinderschied. 
Georg Papp. 
Andreas Lerch. 
Jacob Becker. 
Valentin Schnerck. 



Johannes Papp. 
Jacob Hill. 
Conrad Lueckhart 
Samuel Weiss. 
Heinrich Lohra. 
Friedrich Kaugher. 
Heinrich Seidel. 
Johannes Kiessuerr. 
Lorrentz Kron. 
Jacob Miller. 
Hartman Schuhart. 
Gabriel Gautzert. 
Johannes Heinrich. 
Peter Geigert. 
Friedrich Sasseman. 
Heinrich Hommel. 
Paul Pfleger. 
I'Tiedrich Seidel. 
Martin Kuehlhoffer. 
Heinrich Gerith. 
Casper Roth. 
Jacob Gerith. 
Heinrich Kron. 
Casper Adam. 
Jacob Hill. 
George Brann. 
Jacob Landsisckess. 
Jacob Lorah. 



Berks County: 

The fifth day of January ^nno Domini in 1784, personally 
appeared before me the Subscriber Lieutenant for the County 
of Berks aforesaid Capt. Henry Wax who on his oath 

doth declare and say that the within return of his Company 
of Militia is just and true and that he received no part of the 
.ines, thereof and further saith not. 

HENRICH WACHS, Capt 
Sworn before me, 
VALENTINE ECKERT. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 189 



SECOND BATTALION, (a.) 



Colonel. 
Daniel Udree; resigned February 5, 1781. 

Captains. 

Charles Krouse. Casper Smeck. 

Peter Smith. Michael Voyges. 

Jacob Rodearmel. Abraham Huy. 

George Kemp. Henry Eagner. 

Total number of men enrolled, 565. 



THIRD BATTALION. 1775-76. (a.) 



Liieutenant Colonel. 
Nicholas Lutz. 

Major. 
John Old. 



THIRD BATTALION, (a.) 



Colonel. 
Michael Lindemuth, May 17, 1777. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
George May, May 17, 1777. 

Major, 
Martin Kergher, May 17. 1777, 



190 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



FIRST COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Jacob Wetstein, May 17. 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
George Broach, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Ludwig Herring, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Henry Wetstein. May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Conrad Scheffer, May 17, 1777. 
Rudolph Busserd, May 17, 1777. 



SECOND COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Conrad Minich, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
John Graul, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant 
John Stout, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Philip Boning, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Giddy Moyer, May 17, 1777. 
John Crawford, May 17, 1777. 



COUNTY OF BBRKS. 191 

THIRD COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Jacob Shraedel, Bftay 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
George Albright, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant 
George Kaufman, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Adam Klauser, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 
Christian Albright, May 17, 1777. 
John Knevel, May 17, 1777. 



FOURTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Sebastian Emrich, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Francis Umbehacker, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
George Ludwick, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
George Moyer, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 
George Belleman, May 17, 1777. 
Anthony Kersner, May 17, 1777. 



192 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



FIFTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
John Soder. May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Jacob Frantz, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
John Epler, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Philip Fox, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Jacob Freybereger, May 17, 1777. 
John Epler, Sen., May 17, 1777. 



SIXTH COMPANY. (a. ) 



Captain. 
Jacob Shable, May 17, 1777. 

JFirst Lieutenant. 
Charles Sceafried, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
William Williamson, May 17, 1777. 

Elnsign. 
George Rever, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

George Hower, May 17, 1777. 
Eberhard Shoppel, May 17, 1777. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 193 



SEVENTH CX)MPANY. (a.) 



Captain. 
Daniel Will, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Jacob Mecksel, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant 
Henry Kalbach, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Abraham Lookenbill, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Peter Focht, May 17, 1777. 
Peter Baldy, May 17, 1777. 



EIGHTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Ferdinand Ritter, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Michael Smith, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
George Adam, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Stapleton. May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Jacob Tenant, May 17, 1777. 
John Probst. May 17, 1777. 

13— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



194 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

(c.) December 5th, 1777. This is to certify that 

1. Wm. May. 

2. Conrad Bauchman. 

3. George Rump. 

4. George Fisher. 

5. Joseph Fisher. 

6. Henry Orwlg. 

7. John Detrich. 

8. Martin Kast 

9. James Tomlinson. 

10. George Leob. x 

11. Michal Lindamood, Sen. 

12. John Lindamood. 

Served out their time of two months agreeable to their con- 
tract as Substitutes in the Militia of Berks County. 
Witness my hand. 

MICHAEL LINDEMUTH, 
Colonel. 



THIRD BATTAUON. (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Jonathan Jones, May 27, 1780. 

Major. 
Jacob Kirlin, May 27, 1780. 



FIRST COMPANY, (a.j 



Captain. 
David Weidner, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Adam Betz. May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Matthias Kayler, May 10, 1780. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 195 

SECOND COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Thomas Hamilton, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
James Qleaver, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Peter Moyer, May 10, 1780. 



THIRD COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Adam Beard, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Elias Redkey. May 1 0,1780. 

Ensign. 
Christopher Cunsman, May 10, 1780. 



FOURTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Michael Stophel, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Jacob Keely, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
William Keepers. May 10, 1780. 



196 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



FIFTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
George Krawl, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
George Wagoner, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Daniel Snider, May 10, 1780. 



SIXTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
George Ax, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Edward Larkin, May 10, 1780. 

Ekisign. 
Daniel Andrew, May 10, 1780. 



SEVENTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
John Ludwig, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Matthias Kerner, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
John Thomson, May 10, 1780. 



COUNTY OP BERKS. 197 



EIGHTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
David Morgan, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Jonathan Evans, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
William Pliillips. May 10, 1780. 



THIRD BATTALION, (a.) 



Names of those who marched from the several classes of 
militia of the companies named, August 11, 1780. 



From Captain David Weldner's Company. 

Manus Brumbach. James Filey. 

Samuel Boyer. John English. 

George Lutz. John Kerlin, Jr. 

Adam Boyer. Samuel Dehart. 
Jacob Andrew. 



Captain David Weldner's Company, (a.) 

Adam Coch; in the service. 
Christian Hunter; in the service. 
Abram Miller. 



From Captain George Ax's Company, (a.) 
James Whittington, deserter from the British. 



198 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

From Captain Adam Beard's Company, (a.) 

John Readcay. George Blackwell. 

Conrad Luts. 



FYom Captain George Groul's Company, (a.) 

Uter Dust. William Hunter. 

Henry Smith, sergeant. 



From Captain Thomas Hambleton's Company, (a.) 
Adam Begal. 



From Captain John Ludwick's Company, (a.) 

Samuel Rider. Jacob Huerd. 

James Waggoner. 



From Captain John Robeson's Company, (a.) 

Benjamin Tolbert. Thomas Seevans. 

Evan Evans, captain's clerk. 



From Captain Samuel Sand's Company, (a.) 

William Corrow. Jacob Keeley. 

John Wensel. Peter Spots. 

Henry Deal, a Continental sol- Peter Forge, 
dier. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 



199 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER IN 
BERKS COUNTY IN JUNE 1780 TO SERVE TO 16 JULY 
1781. (c.) 



JSintry. 
Time of 



James Cotter 

John Hunter, 

Simon Madery 

Jacob Brown 

Patrick Olenn 

William Philips 

John Bouse 

Nicholas Madery 

John Bemhezel, 

Isaac Elyrs, 

Samuel Dehart, 

James Homes 

Nathaniel Bussin^on, 

John Mower, 

William Sebum 

Philip Warner. 



.1 



1 Comp'y. 

2 Comp'y. 
8 Comp'y. 
4 Comp'y. 
G Comp'y. 

6 Comp'y. 

7 Comp'y. 

8 Comp'y. 



DECEMBER 4th, 1782. 

A RETURN OF THE FIFTH COMPANY 3 BATTALLION OP 
EXETER TOWNSHIP, BERKS CO. MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY COL. EDWARD LARKIN. JOHN SCHNEI- 
DER CAPT. (c.) 



John Bechtel. 
Peter Bechtel. 
Jutha Boone. 
Jacob Bechtel. 
Lenhard Lebo. 



Isaac Lepo. 
Lenhard Lepo, Junr., 
Moses Boone. 
Henry Lepo. 
Henry Bechtel. 



A RETURN OF LIEUT. KLINE'S UNTER COMANT OF CAP- 
TAIN HAUPT'S COMPANY IN THE THIRT BATTAUON 
THE SEVENTH COMPANY OF BERKS COUNTY MILITIA 
UNTER COMAND OF COLONEL ELY'S BATTALLION, 
LONGSHWAMB TOWNSHIP THE 21-28, APRILL 1783. 
(c.) 



Friedrich Bird. 
Matthias Sohm. 
Joseph Eck. 



Valentine Geist. 
Jacob Carl. 
John Walther. 



200 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Deobald Tress. 
Jacob Hofman. 
John Sharp. 
Adam Hein. 



Jacob Bernhart. 
Heinrich Bartz. 
Michael Bernhart. 
Daniel Maurer. 



I do hereby certify that this is a True Retorne to the Best 
of my Knowledge. 

PETER KLINE, Ueut. 



A RETORNE OF CAPTAIN VALENTINE HAUPT'S COM- 
PANY THE THIRT BATTALION THE SEVEN COMPANY 
OF BERKS COUNTY MIUTIA IN COLOS. ELY'S BAT- 
TALION FROM OCTR. 6-13-22, BATTALION 1783. (c.) 



Jacob Richt Hlne. 
Stophel Bitterbinder. 
Friderlch Bernhart. 
Heinrich Gloclt. 



John Walther. 
Philipp Biry. 
Christian Noegle. 
George Herbst. 



I to hereby Certify, that this is a True Retorn to the Best 
of my Knowledge. 

CAPT. HAUPT. 
Certified upon Oath . 



A REDORN FROM CAPT. KRAUSS COMPANY A PART OP 
LANGSCHWAMP AND A PART OF MAXETANY TOWN- 
SHIP BWRKS COUNTY, THE FIRST COMPANY IN THE 
DORD BATTA MILITIA. 1783. (c.) 



the Nahme. 
Henrig Miller. 
Samuel Butz. 
Friederig Gross. 
Christian Kercher. 
Abraham Martz. 
Joseph Gross. 
Js: Zimmerman. 
John Martz. 



Jacob Schnabel. 
Joseph Schnabel. 
Jacob Hermany. 
Adam Fiescher. 
Jacob Danner. 
Samuel Fresher. 
Ab: Hermany. 
Andony Hefner. 
Fried: Leubelsperger. 



COUNTY OP BERKS. 



201 



Mattheis Leubelsperger. 
Michael Fiescher. 
FHedrig Delang. 
Isaac Hermany. 
Daniel Hermany. 
J<An Kercher. 



Josepli Finstermacher. 
Philip Basters. 
Peter Sassaman. 
Samuel Schwartz. 
Andoni Hefner. 
Christian Schwartz. 



I Do hereby certify that this is a True Retarn to the Best of 
My Knowledge. 
Certifyt. upon oath, « 

CHARLES KRAUS8, Captn. 



THIRD BATTALION, (a.) 



Colonel. 
Michael Lindemuth. 

Captains. 



Jacob Whetstone. 
Conrad Minich. 
Jacob Shraedle. 
Sebastian Emrich. 



George Souter. 
Jacob Shable. 
Daniel Will. 
Ferdinand Ritter. 



Total number of enlisted men, 722. 



FOURTH BATTAUON. (a.) 



Colonel. 
Nicholas Lutz, May 17, 1777. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Joseph Hlester, May 17, 1777. 

Major. 
Peter Decker, May 17, 1777. 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



FIRST COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Conrad Geist, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant 
Philip Ruppert, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Cliarles Gobin, May 17, 1777. 

Elnsign. 
John Kidd, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Peter Fedter, May 17, 1777. 
George Gardner, May 17, 1777. 



SECOND COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
John Reuthmeyer, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Michael Bush, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Christian Grouse, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
John Burghard, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Jacob Grove, May 17, 1777. 
Nicholas Scherer, May 17, 1777. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 203 

THIRD COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Daniel De Turck, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Paul Fager, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Jacob Kissinger, May 17, .1777. 

Ensign. 
Henry Schneider, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Isaac Levan, May 17, 1777. 
John Baum, May 17, 1777. 



FOURTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Peter Naugle, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Paul Kerber, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Daniel Grove, May 17. 1777. 

Ensign. 
Joseph Colier, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Baltezer Furnwaltz, May 17, 1777. 
Henry Wolf, May 17, 1777. 



204 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



FIFTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
George Reehm, May 17, 1777. 

First Ldcutenant. 
Henry Focht, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Thomas Atkinson, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
John Wentzel, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

John Koch, May 17, 1777. 

William Huttenstein, May 17, 1777. 



SIXTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Conrad Eckert, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Adam Hain, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Peter Young, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Mathias Wenrlch, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Peter Kuhl, May 17, 1777. 
Simpson Hain, May 17, 1777. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 206 

4 

SEVENTH CX)MPANY. (a.) 



Captain. 
Sebastian Miller. May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Adam Ruth, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
John Gernant, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
John Ruth, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Michael Ruth, May 17, 1777. 
Peter Fisher, May 17, 1777. 



EIGHTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Philip Creek, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Philip Spohn, Jun., May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Michael Moyer, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
John Bullman, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Henry Spohn, May 17, 1777. 
Joshua Evans, May 17, 1777. 



206 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

(c.) I the subscriber Colonel of the 4th Battalioo of the 
Militia of Berks county do hereby certify to all whom it may 
concern that Henry Friday and Daniel Diehl have faithfully 
served their turn and time of two months as privates in 
Captain Graul's Company of the 4tb Class. 

Witness my Hand the Gth Dec. A. D., 1777. 

GEORGE MAY, L't Col. 



(c.) I promise to pay or cause to be paid unto Dunken 
Kamel his heirs ft assigns the Just and full sum of E^fty 
Pounds upon the following condition that is to say, viz: 
the said Dunken Kamel ft to serve as a substitute in Capt. 
Jacob Tripelpicees compy or in any compy the major may 
think fit for the space of two months from the Day of the 
Date hereof and Lawfully Discharged is to receive the above 
sum if not to receive nothing at all as Witness my hand this 
tenth day of Oct. 1777. 

The sd Kamel is to be discharged the tenth of Dec. 1777. 

N. B. The words, or in any other Compy was enterlind 
before I>elevering. 

JOHN HUY, Major. 
TesUf. 

ISAIAH DAVIS. 



I promise to pay or cause to be paid unto John Kammel 
his heirs or assigns, the sum of Fifty Pounds two months 
after Date upon the following condition, viz: the said John 
Kammel is to serve as a substitute for the space of two 
months from the day of the Date hereof with the Militia of 
Berks County and if lawfully Discharged is to receive the 
above sum and if not lawfully discharged from his command- 
ing Officer is not to receive any pay at all. The\ sd. Kammel 
is to be Discharged the 10th of Dec. 1777. 

Witness my hand &c. the 10th Oct., 1777. 

JOHN HUY, Major. 
Test. 

ISAIAH DAVIS. 



COUNTY OP BERKS. 207 

Nov. the 18th, 1777. 

Then rec'd of Major John Huy the Just and full sum of six 
pounds. I say received hy him Duncan Campbell. 

Witness Prest. 
ISAIAH DAVIS. 



I assign the two within notes and all monies therein con- 
tained except what is marked on the Back of it unto Joseph 
Heister his Heirs and assigns for value rec'd as witness my 
hand this 12th Day of December Anno Domini 1777. 

DUNCAN CAMPBELJ^ 

Reed Reading, Jan. 19th, 1778 of Major John Huy ninety 
four Pounds being in full of the within notes. I say re- 
ceived by me. 

JOS. HEISTER. 



January 6th, 1778. (c.) 
Received of Magor John Huy the just and full sum of 
twelve pounds and ten shillings in full for the note which I 
received in the Camp fore serving two months in the Berks 
County Militia. Servth in the forth Batalon commanded by 
Col. Jost. Heister and I lost the note In the camp I say re- 
ceived by me. 

JONES DOUGLESS. 
Witness presends, 
JACOB PROWLITZ. 



Jan. 20th, 1778. (c.) 
A Muster Roll of the Substitutes which was hired by Major 
Jonn Huy in the Camp for the fourth Class Berks County 
Militia Command by Colo. Jos. Heister. 

John Binckler entered Oct. 5th, 1777 @ 1 £50-0-0 

John Binckler discharged Dec. 5th J 

Duncan Cample entered Oct. 10th. 1777 ^ ^ 50-0-0 

Duncan Cample discharg'd Dec. 9th J 

John Cample entered Oct. 9th, 1777 ^i 1 50-0-0 

John Cample discharg'd Dec. 9th J 

Jones Doujfhiass entered Oct. 10th, 1777 <fi ^ 50-0-0 

Jones Doughlass dlacharg'd Dec. 9th, 1777 J 

£200-0-0 

I do hereby Certify the above to be a True Muster roll. 

pr me JOHN HUY, Mayor. 



208 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



FOURTH BATTALION, (a.) 



Ldeutenant Colonel. 
Michael Lindemuth, May 27, 1780. 

Major. 
Martin Kercher, May 27. 1780. 



FIRST COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Jacob Frantz, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Valentine Moser, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Nicholas Leib, May 10, 1780. 



SECOND COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Jacob Weston, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Michael Moser, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Henry Orwig, May 10, 1780. 



COUNTY OP BERKS. S09 



THIRD COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
ChriBUan Baity. May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Philip Benich. May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Nicholas Holden, May 10, f780. 



FOURTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Daniel Will, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
John Dunkelberger, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Abraham Lookenbill, May 10, 1780. 



FIFTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Jacob Shartel, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
George Albrecht, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Leonard Deetrich, May 10, 1780. 
14— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



210 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



SIXTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Jacob Strabel, May 10, 17S0. 

Lieutenant. 
Peter Kerstfher, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Adam Smith. May 10, 1780. 



SEVENTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Ferdinand Ritter, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
George Poe, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Stepleton, May 10, 1780. 



EIGHTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Francis Umpenhacker, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Samuel Umpenhacker, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Anthony Shomo, May 10, 1780. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 



211 



A RBTURN OF CAPT. MILLER'S COMPANY OF MIUTIA 
COMMAND BY COLL. JOSEPH HISTBR, MAY SI, 178L (c) 



Captain. 
Sebastian Miller. 

Lieutenant. 
Adam Ruth. 



Ensign. 
John Qarnant 



Qeorge Mingel. 
William Brown. 
Frincis Ruth. 
Abraham Trostel. 
Georg Hean. 
John Fisher. 
Nicholaus Fox. 
Daniel Maurey. 
John Von Reed. 
John Fau8t. 
Georg Ruth. 
Michael ETberley. 
John Reasher. 
John Reber. 
John Eberheart. 
William Frimier. 
Elijah Devis. 
Henry Faust. 
Henry Ruth. 
Paul Steaff. 
John Hill. 
Henry Fisher. 
Christian Ruth. Jun. 
Joseph Lin V ill. 
Sammuel Hauttor. 
Jacob Krick. 
George Fulmer. 
Chasper Steaff. 
Fridrick Wetzel. 



Henry Dechert 
Peter Mingel. 
Fitter Deel. 
Christopher Haak. 
Christian Ruth. 
Fitter Ruth. 
Fridrich Fisher. 
Thomas Jones. 
Adam Ruth. 
Georg Fisher. 
Georg Steaff. 
Georg Michal Hill. 
Lorence Haas. 
Jacob Young. 
John Moon. 
Henry Artzt. 
John Ruth. 
John Deel. 
Jacob Lampert. 
Didrich Marshal. 
Fitter Fisher. 
Phillip Spohn. 
Jacob Marshal. 
Michael Withmier. 
Georg Reader. 
Abraham Hean. 
Francis Krick. 
Gideon Willimson. 
Christian Haak. 



212 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Christian Frimier. 
Christapoher LAsh. 
Adam Fulmer. 
Michael Killer. 
Jacob Reeser. 
William Laxley. 
William Thomas. 
Vendel Winhold. 
Michael Fisher. 
Henry Mauternes. 
Andrew FiUer. 
Henry Binckley. 
Henry Wise. 
Peter Eberley. 



Phillip Shenekel. 
Emis E>evis. 
Ludwig Franss. 
Henry Killer. 
Ludwig Sticheler. 
Henry Kratzer. 
Jacob Fox. 
Jacob Haak. 
Peter Faust. 
Peter Withmier. 
Chasper Hasler. 
Peter Faust Peter Son. 
Christian Eberley. 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER 
IN BERKS COUNTY IN JUNE 1780 TO SERVE TO n JULY 
1781. (c.) 



Time 
of E«ntry. 



June 18. 

16. 

July 8, 



Nicholas Morris. 

Michael Walllcer, ... J Ist Comp'y. 

Henry Pracher, 

John Weaver, J 2nd Comp'y. 

3d Comp'y. 

4th Comp'y. 
Philip Neufang. 

Philip Leonard J 5th Comp'y. 

Thomas Parry. 

Daniel Yoh J 6th Comp'y. 

George Gerlln, 

Wll'm Manamacher, J 7th Comp'y. 

Henry Fracher 1 

Adam Flnckbone, ... J 8th Comp'y. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 



^18 



FOURTH BATTAUON. (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Balzer Gheer. 

Major. 
Michael Lindemuth. 



FOURTH BATTAUON. (a.) 



Colontl. 
Joseph Hiester. 

Captains. 



Conrad Geist. 
John Rightmyer. 
George Ax. 
Peter Nagle. 



George Rheim. 
onrad Eckert. 
bebastian Miller. 
Philip Krick. 



Total number of enlisted men, 756. 



FIFTH BATTALION, (a.) 



Colonel. 
Jacob Weaver, May 17, 1777. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Matthias Rhoads, May 17, 1777. 



Major. 



George Lorah, May 17, 1777. 



214 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



FIRST COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
^Thomas Parry, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant 
William Hays. May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
George Kerston, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
George Ax. May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 
John Umpstead, May 17, 1777. 
John Wanger, May 17. 1777. 



SECOND COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
William Lewis, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant 
Adam Beard, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Richard Millard, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
John Hahn, May 17. 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 
Adam Schirer. May 17, 1777. 
Herman Umpstead, May 17. 1777. 



*W1I1 not serve and James McBurray appointed Substitute by County 
Lieutenant. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. S16 

THIRD COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
John Bishop, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant 
Mathias Heraer, May 17, 1777. 

Second Ueotenant 
John Ludwig, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
John Thompson, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Adam Young, May 17, 1777. 
Nicholas Herner, May 17, 1777. 



FOURTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Adam Alstatt, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant 
John Wagoner, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Mathias Pattener, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Paul Derst, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Abraham Levan, May 17, 1777. 
John Hartman, May 17, 1777. 



216 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



FIFTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Jacob Rhoads, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant 
Joseph Sands, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Tacob Weaver, Jr., May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Daniel Ludwig, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

David Winder, May 17, 1777. 
Henry Haffa, May 17, 1777. 



SIXTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
George Boocher, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Solomon Mathews, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Michael Stophlet, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Tacob Keely, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Peter Meffert, May 17, 1777. 
Tohn Swineheart, May 17, 1777. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 217 



SEVENTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Joseph Davis, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Thomas Hamilton, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
David Edwards, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
George Glass, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Paul Geiger, May 17, 1777. 
Casper Straul, May 17, 1777. 



EIGHT COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
David Morgan, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
John Robinson, Jun., May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Joseph Talbot, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Flnfrock, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

James Ross, May 17, 1777. 
Henry Menges, May 17, 1777. 



218 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Reading, October 2d. 1777. (c.) 

I Promise to pay unto Sainuel Tuderoh within two 

months after Date Twenty four Pounds Ten Shillings in be- 
half of the State, for him serving two months from the Date 
hereof a^ Substitute in Capt. John BishoiM Company. 

Witness my Hand, 
JACOB MORGAN, L.B.C. 
Witness present, 
PREDK. ERNST. 



FFIFTH BATTALION, (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
John Cunius, May 27, 1780. 

Major. 
Michael Mullin, May 27, 1780. 



FIRST COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Abraham Keefer, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Charles Geiger, May 10. 1780. 

Ensign. 
Abraham Clementz. May 10. 1780. 



SECOND COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Henry Knause. May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant 
Charles Eckerd, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
George Gilbert, May 10, 1780. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 219 

THIRD COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Anthony Shreader, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant 
Martin Peffer, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
John Stout, May 10, 1780 



FOURTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Jacob Krismore, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Martin Yoder, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Hill, Jr., May 10. 1780. 



FIFTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Jacob Hill. May 10. 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Jacob Gerber. May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
David Shall. May 10. 1780. 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



SIXTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Henry Strouch, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Henry Scharti, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Henry Hess, May 10, 1780. 



SEVENTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Daniel Leimbach, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
John Bartley, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
John Sheffer, May 10, 1780. 



EIGHTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
David Strause, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
John Miller, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
John Ouilman, May 10, 1780. 



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MUSTER ROLL OF THE PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER 
BERKS COUNTY IN JUNE, 1780, TO SERVE TO 15 JULY. 
1781. (c.) 



Time of 


Entry. 


1st Company. 


John Ballot, 


James Johnson. 


2nd Company. 


John Arney, 


Jacob Schanaberger. 


3rd Company. 


John Gruse, 


George Irobin, Jr. 


4th Company. 


Ernst Greiss, 


John Wever. 



5th Company. 

Christopher Zimmerman, 
Daniel McKoy. 

6th Company. 

George Irobin Sr., 
Jacob Wumner. 

7th Company. 

Geo. Brenly, 
Jacob Womend. 

8th Company. 

Fred Kirchner, 
John Colley. 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



ROLL OF CAPT. FORRER COMPANY, (c.) 



Captain. 
Michael Forrer. 

, First Lienienant. 
Nicholas Seybert. 

Second Lieutenant. 
John German. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Reed. 



Serjeants. 



First— Adam Anspach. 
Second— Henry Spang. 
Third— Peter Leis. 
Fourth — Philip Anspach. 



1. Adam Read. 



Drummer. 



Fifer. 



2. Wm. Sherman. 



3. Geo. Wendle Wolf. 

4. George Deerwechtem. 

5. Valentine Shiffler. 

6. John Keyser. 

7. George Winter. 

8. Jacob Ruhl. 

9. George Kautner. 

10. Nicholas Read. 

11. Frederick Sheffer. 

12. Daniel Sheffer. 

13. Jonas Read. 

14. Daniel Read. 

15. Michael Hoffman. 



16. John Stup. 

17. Henry Koch. 

18. Wm. Feygert. 

19. Andreas Aulenbach. 

20. William Sheffer. 
21. 

22. Geo. Enrich. 

23. Peter Smith. 

24. Conrad Hoster. 

25. Peter Deefenbach. 

26. Christian Witman. 

27. Peter Houser. 

28. Simon Linck. 



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223 



29. Qeorge Swartz. 

30. Henry Miller. 

31. Valentine Troutman. 

32. John Troutman. 

33. Nicholas Lechner. 



34. Peter Stein. 

35. Michael Bruker. 

36. Daniel Kieff. 

37. Adam Schnee. 

38. Henry Deerwechter. 



ROLL OF CAPT. MILLER'S COMPANY, (c.) 



Captain. 
George Miller. 

First Lieutenant. 
John Reegel. 

Second Lieutenant. 
David Baker. 

Ensign. 
Michael Fox. 

First Serjeant. 
George Loose. 

Second Serjeant. 
Michael Zerben. 



Privates. 



1. Philip Seyler. 

2. John Reaber, Drummer. 

3. George Miller, Fifer. 

4. Jacob Wagner. 

5. Frederick Kerger. 

6. Mathias Smith. 

7. Joseph Swartzhaiipt. 

8. Jacob Sauter. 

9. Andrew Emrich. 
10. John Hubler. 



11. George Wert. 

12. Adam Albert. 

13. Jacob Loose. 

14. Daniel Aulenbach. 

15. Simon Lingel. 

16. Nicholas Reegel. 

17. Jacob Kehl. 

18. Nicholas Ketner. 

19. John Long. 

20. Daniel Kros. 



224 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



21. Ludwig Wert. 

22. George Souter. 

23. Conrad Reaber. 

24. John Deer. 
26. John Swartz. 

26. LazeruB Mouns. 

27. John Fengel. 

28. Daniel Manensmith. 



29. John Miller. 

30. Jacob Ney. 

31. John Auman. 

32. Philip Mayer. 

33. Thomas Miller. 

34. Christopher Winter. 

35. Valentine Ney. 



ROLL OF CAPT. WOLFS COMPY. (c.) 



Captain. 
Michael Wolf. 

First Lientenant. 
Conrad W^iser. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Isaac Depoy. 

Ensign. 
Henry Battorff. 

First Serjeant. 
Michael Selser. 



Second Serjeant. 
Wendle Seybert 



1. Rudolph Manbeck. 

2. Weinrich Selser. 

3. Jacob Yeglick. 

4. John Klein. 

5. George Nagel. 

6. Peter Spang. 

7. George Graff. 



Privates. 



8. Philip Smith. 

9. Nicholas Dornmayer. 

10. Nicholas Saleday. 

11. Peter Fegh. 

12. James Smith. 

13. John Guld. 

14. Moses Hays. 



COUNTY OF BBRK8. 



Stt 



15. Henry Rab. 
16w Adam Mathias. 

17. Henry Kobel. 

18. Wm. Daley. 

19. Ludwig Swartz. 

20. Jacob Briker. 

21. Philip Ginder. 



22. Chrlatopher Henly. 

23. Henry Rost 

24. Philip Werner, Fiter. 

25. Daniel Fisher, Drammer. 

26. Philip Graff. 

27. Geo. Deiter. 



FIFTH BATTALION, (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
John Patton. 

Major. 
John Thomburgh. 



FIFTH BATTALION, (a.) 



Colonel. 
Jacob Weaver. 

Captains. 



Joseph McMurray. 

Harris. 

John Bishop. 
Jacob Graul. 



Joseph Sands. 
John Keim. 
David Morgan. 



Total number of enlisted men, 645. 



SIXTH BATTALION, (a.) 



Colonel. 
Henry Spycker. May 17. 1777. 
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226 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
George Miller, May 17, 1777. 

Major. 
Michael Furry. May 17. 1777. 

Adjutant. 
Frederick Ernest, November 10, 1777. 

Quartermaster. 
George Lechner, November 10, 1777. 

Surgeon. 
Philip Flnkel, November 10, 1777. 



FIRST COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
John Lesher, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Isaac Depuy, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
John Anspach, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Valentine Read, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Martin Slupp, May 17, 1777. 
Jacob Weiser, May 17, 1777. 



COUNTT OF BBRK& tt? 

SECOND COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
George Battorff. May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant 
Henry Batorff, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lientenaot. 
Jacob Rehrer, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Tobias Rheem, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Leonard Swartz, May 17, 1777. 
Nicholas Ketner, May 17, 1777. 



THIRD COMPANY, la.) 



Captain. 
Henry Shepler, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant 
Christopher Kern, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant 
John Reegel, May 17. 1777. 

Ensign. 
George Lioos, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Nicholas Hawk, May 17, 1777. 
John Foust. May 17, 1777. 



ASSOCIA'IORS AM) MILITIA. 



FOURTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Conrad Weiser, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Daniel Womelsdorf, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Henry Walter, May 17, 1777, resigned and John Gould chosen. 

Ensign. 
George Gesemer, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Jacob Seltzer, May 17, 1777. 
George Brown, May 17. 1T777. 



FIFTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Michael Bretz, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Bernhard Zimmerman, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant 
Peter Bressler, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Peter Smith, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

John Stone, May 17, 1777. 
Peter Smith, Sen., May 17, 1777. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 229 

SIXTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Henry Weaver, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
John Scheffer, Jun., May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Henry Koch, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Knoll, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Adam Emrich, May 17, 1777. 
Valentine Moyer, May 17, 1777. 



SEVENTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Jacob Kremer, May 17, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Jacob Rehrer, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Daniel Hoffman, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
George Stout, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Michael Kehl, May 17, 1777. 
George Berger, May 17, 1777. 



280 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

EIGHTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Philip Philbert, May 17. 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Philip Moyer, May 17, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant 
Francis Artellia, May 17, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Leonard Zerben, May 17, 1777. 

Court Martial Men. 

Henry Knop, May 17, 1777. 
Samuel Boyer, May 17, 177. 

Commissions for the officers of the foregoing Six Battalions, 
sent Colonel Morgan, June 14, 1777. 

T. MATLACK, Secretary. 



SIXTH BATTALION, (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Joseph Hiester, May 27, 1780. 

Major. 
Edward Scull, May 27, 1780. 



COUNTY OF BBRKa Ml 

FIRST COMPANY, (a;) 



Captain. 
SebaBlian Miller, 'May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant 
Adam Ruth, May 10. 1780. 

Ensign. 
John Gernant, May 10, 1780. 



SECOND COMPANY, (a) 



Captain. 
Conrad Geist, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Henry Brown, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Stehly, May 10, 1780. 



THIRD COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Conrad Eckert, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Peter Young, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
John Eckert, May 10, 1780. 




282 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



FOURTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Paul Feager, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Jacob Snyder, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Henry Snyder, May 10, 1780. 



FIFTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Peter Nagle, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
George Fister, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Christian Madeira, May 10, 1780. 



SIXTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Charles Gobin, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Philip Miller, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Nicholas Conrad, May 10, 1780. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 2«8 

SBVBNTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
George Rheim, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
John Weidner, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Nicholas Garrison, May 10, 1780. 



EIGHTH COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
John Spohn, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Jacob Spatz, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 

Peter Krich, May 10, 1780. 

Certified by me. Commissions made out, dated 10th May, 
1780, and delivered to Col. Morgan, Jr., signed Jacob Morgan, 
Lieut. B. C. 



COL. HIESTER'S BATTALION, (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Joseph Hiester. 

Major. 
Edward Scull. 



234 



ASSOCIATCRS AND MILITIA. 

Adjutant. 
Benjamin Morgan. 

Surgeon. 
Andrew Forrest. 

Quartermaster. 
John Witman. 



CAPTAIN BALDY'S COMPANY. 



Pay Roll of Captain Jacob Baldy's Company of the Sixth 
Battalion Berks County Militia, commanded by Colonel 
Joseph Hiester, in the Service of the United States, from 10th 
August to September 9th, 1780. (a.) 



Captain. 
Jacob Baldy. 

Lieutenant. 
Jacob Sigfried. 

Ensign. 
Christian Mederia. 



Jacob Beisal. 
Adam Deitrich. 



Sergeants. 

Daniel Stout. 
Labrecht Wagner. 

Quartermaster Sergeant. 
Nicholas' Brosius. 



John Humel. 
Frederick Goldshall. 



Corporals. 

Adam Smith. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 



235 



Jacob Arnold. 
Michael Arnold. 
Daniel Bautzler. 
Deldrich Beaver. 
George Beck. 
Nicholas Berge. 
Matthias Bruder. 
Jacob Bush. 
Michael Christman, 
Plany Coschry. 
Peter Dilboue. 
Henry Fraufelder. 
George Fisher. 
George Foltz. 
iidam Gansel. 
Bllick Gross. 
Burkhard Heines. 
George Heist. 
Michael Hoffman. 
John Kamb. 
John Kamp. 
Frederick Kercher. 
George Kercher. 
Conrad Kisling. 
Samuel Klein. 
Christian Kles. 
Anthony Kletzgy. 
John Klockner. 
George Kristman. 



Drummer. 
Nicholas Mayer. 

Fifer. 
Philip Altendoerffer. 

Privates. 



Michael Lamb. 
Abraham Lantzer. 
Frederick Leiby. 
Samuel Leiby. 
John Leslie. 
Joseph Lorentz. 
Henry Lotz. 
Jacob May. 
Felix McCarty. 
Frederick Mengel. 
Bern hard Mercle. 
Jacob Michael. 
John Raush. 
Mathias Reamer. 
Michael Reber. 
Peter Reisdorff. 
John Ressler. 
Michael Road. 
Mathias Sahm. 
Ludwig Shartly. 
Philip Sheffer. 
Mathias Sleman. 
Joseph Suable. 
Leonard Snyder. 
Jacob Sterner. 
Christian Sweyer. 
John Wagman. 
Martin Wagner. 



236 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



CAPTAIN GOBIN'S COMPANY. 



Pay Roll of Captain Charles Gobin's Company of the Sixth 
Battalion of Berks county Militia, Commanded by Colonel 
Joseph Hiester, in the service of the United States, from 
August 10th to September 9th, 1780. (a.) 



Captain. 
Charles Gobin. 

Lieutenant. 
George Fister. 

Ensign 
Casper Heimer. 



lohn Burkhard. 
Christian Deringer. 



Sergeants. 



Henry Christ, Jr. 
Abraham Witman. 



George Brown. 
Peter Daubert. 



Corporals. 



Isaac Ermel. 
James Simpson. 



Drummer. 
Samuel Keyser. 

Fifer. 
John Fister. 



Privates. 



Bastian Allgeie. 
Ellick Bickham. 
William Bohanan. 
George Bower. 
Jacob Briner. 



George Brown. 
Casper Brownwell. 
Jacob Buckhard. 
Gotlieb Christein. 
Thomas Clark. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 



287 



Joseph Collier. 
Daniel Davis. 
Martin Ecfert. 
George Englehard. 
John English. 
Stephen Fedry. 
Nicholas Felix. 
Peter Fesig. 
Jacob Fleisher. 
George Freeman. 
Nicholas Garrison. 
Christian Goodknecht. 
John Harff. 
Abraham Hartman. 
Moses Hays. 
Abraham Hehn. 
John Heimer. 
George Heinlein. 
George Heist. 
Benjamin Heven. 
Jacob Heyer. 
George Jeager. 
Jacob Joder. 
Michael Keller. 
Barney Kepler. 
Francis Krich. 
Jacob Lang. 
Jacob Leitheiser. 
hJenjamin Love. 
John Miller. 
John Rapp. 
George Reder. 



Jacob Reeser. 
Peter Ritner. 
Frederick Rimesnyder. 
George Seitz. 
Nicholas Seitzinger. 
Jacob Settely. 
William Shener. 
John Shenfelder. 
George Shultz. 
John Shultz. 
Peter Smith. 
George Snell. 
John Spengler. 
William Spero. . 
Peter Stichter. 
John Stect. 
Ellis Thomas. 
William Thomas. 
John Tlppery. 
John Vanhorn. 
i^hilip Wagner. 
Casper Wecht. 
Philip Wels. 
Michael Wltmeyer. 
Charles Wltz. 
John Wltz. 
Uaniel Wolff. 
Jonathan Worrel. 
Morris Worrel. 
George Young. 
Pliillp Zieber. 



238 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



CAPTAIN LUDWIG'S COMPANY. 



Pay Roll of Captain John Ludwig's Company, of the Sixth 
Battalion Berks County Militia, Commanded by Col. Joseph 
Hiester in the service of the United States, taken from 10th 
August, 1780, to the 9th September, 1780. (a.) 



William Evans. 
Peter Flnfrock. 



Captain. 
John Ludwig. 

Lieutenant 
Jonathan Evans. 

Ensign. 
Henry Styles. 

Sergeants. 



Christian Hawk. 
Thomas Stephans. 



Bosick Bahhold. 
Jacob Lambert. 



Corporals. 

James Lyly. 

Drummer. 
Jacob Alter. 



Privates. 



George Adams. 
John Andrew. 
Jacob Becht. 
Adam Boyer. 
Samuel Boyer. 
Manus Brombach. 
William Carrigh. 
John Deal. 
Laghlln Doyle. 



Peter Dust. 
John Egel. 
Henry Eurlch. 
John Etrel. 
Peter Fisher. 
Peter Fisher, Jr. 
Ludwig Frants. 
Christian Frymlre. 
John Gensert. 



COUNTY OF BBRK& 



289 



Henry Oerhart. 
John Hatfield. 
Ladwig Herman. 
Henry Hetterich. ' 
Ladwig Hewitt. 
William Hunter. 
Michael Kesler. 
John Kuhn. 
John Larigh. 
Jacob Ludwig. 
Simon Lupp. 
Conrad Lutts. 
George Lutts. 
William McClaskey. 
Jacob Miller. 
Henry Orta. 
Qarret Rapier. 
Samuel Reider. 



Abel Robeson. 
Conrad Sherbaum. 
John Sinclair. 
Peter Spots. 
Nicholas Stough. 
Jacob Swallow. 
Benjamin Tblbert 
Balser Ulrich. 
Isaac Waggoner. 
Peter Wall. 
Nicholas Wattman. 
Frederick Weaver. 
John Wentrell. 
George Werheim. 
Thomas Wholohan. 
Henry Tarraher. 
Peter Yarraher. 



CAPtAIN RITTER'S COMPANY. 



Pay Roll of Captain Ferdinand Ritter's Company, of the Sixth 
Battalion of Berks County Militia, commanded by Colonel 
Joseph Hiester, in the service of the United States, taken 
from the 10th August, 1780, to the 9th of September, 1780. 
(a.) 



Captain. 
Ferdinand Rltter. 

Lieutenant 
Andrew Smith. 

Ensign. 
Leonard Dietrich. 



Peter Bousher. 
Jacob Conner. 



Sergeants. 

Christian Minlg. 



240 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Joseph Conrad. 
Peter Dumm. 



Adam Albrecht. 
Henry Albright 
Christian Bantzy. 
John Berry. 
Dewald Billner. 
Tobias Boutcher. 
Peter Brown. 
Philip Daubens. 
Jacob Dengler. 
Jacob Donard. 
Michael Dress. 
George Fige. 
Christian Fisher. 
Peter Fiss. 
Melchior Fritz. 
Jacob Gerhard. 
Frederick Click. 
Godleib Heiser. 
Thomas Johnson. 
Daniel Kamp. 
Philip Kauffman. 
Jacob Kelchner. 
John Kisling. 
Martin Kisling. 
Matthias Laub. 
Christian Lerch. 



Corporals. 

Peter Richard. 

Drummer. 
John Burtchel. 

Fifer. 
Philip Willfl. 

Privates. 



Peter Lutz. 
Dewalt Miller. 
Jacob New. 
Jacob Nonemacker. 
John Plott. 
John Rangier. 
Nicholas Schwenk. 
John Shoman. 
Joseph Shomo. 
Henry Shreffler. 
Stoffel Shreffler. 
Philip Smith. 
Henry Snyder. 
Michael Snyder. 
John Stear. 
John Straser. 
Nicholas Straser. 
Christian Swabel. 
John Umbehaker. 
John Wagner. 
Stoflfel Wagner. 
Frederick Walls. 
Christian Weber. 
Christian Winter. 
George Zeichmaa 



COUNTY OF BBRKS. 



241 



CAPTAIN SHIRMAN'S COMPANY. 



Pay Roll of Captain Conrad Shirman's Company of the Sixth 
Battalion of Berks County Militia, commanded by Colonel 
Joseph Hiester, in the senrioe of the United States. Tiikaii 
from August 10th to the 9th of September, 1780. (a.) 



Peter Custard. 
William Deisinger. 



Nicholas Deisinger. 
Henry Piece. 



Captain. 
Conrad Shirman. 

Lieutenant 
Daniel Rose. 

Eusign. 
Henry Crum. 

Sergeants. 

Martin Withington. 
Christian Young. 

Corporals. 

Peter Thomas. 

Drummer. 
Jacob Gassert 



Fifer. 
Leonard Ruppurt 



Nicholas Angst. 
George Batz. 
Christian Beringer. 
Henry Bickley. 
Simon Boltz. 



Privates. 



Valentine Boltz. 
Nicholas Bressler. 
John Brown. 
Abraham Deby. 
Joseph Deby. 



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242 



AS90CIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Nicholas Denninger. 
George Bmerich. 
Gkorge Emrich. 
Adam Fulmer. 
Conrad Giesler. 
Albrecht Glick. 
Phil. Adam Groh. 
Andreas Gross. 
Daniel Gross. 
Albrecht Gruber. 
Peter Hetrich. 
Frederick Junker. 
Alexander Klinger. 
John Klinger. 
John Lauck. 
Bastian Leatch. 
Henry Leatch. 
Simon Miller. 
Ludwig Ohrenbaum. 



John Rau. 
Christian Read. 
Frederick Read. 
Michael Read. 
Peter Read. 
Peter Read, Jr. 
Conrad Redman. 
Andrew Reegel. 
Michael Reegel. 
Adam Rosmeisel. 
Frederick Seybert. 
Nicholas Sheffer. 
Jacob Shenfelder. 
Adam Shreck. 
Tobias Shuker. 
George Wentzel, 
Christian Winter. 
Philip Witmeyer. 



CAPTAIN STROUCH'S COMPANY. 



Pay Roll of Captain Henry Strouch's Company of the. Sixth 
Battalion, Berks County Militia, commanded by Colonel 
Joseph Hiester, in the service of the United States from the 
10th of August to September 9th, 1780. (a.) 



Captain. 
Henry Strouch. 

Lieutenant. 
Jacob Kester. 

Ensign. 
John Eckert. 



Christopher Berninger. 
Andrew Haas. 



Sergeants. 

Frederick Millet. 



COUNTY OP BERKS. 



243 



Jacob Alstat. 
Jacob Heller. 



Corporals. 

John Zimmerman. 

Drummer. 
Peter Hufnagel. 

Fifer. 
Jacob Shrider. 



Privates. 



Peter Angstat. 
Jacob Bardow. 
Anthony Billick. 
Bernhard Coleman. 
Anthony Coleman. 
John Eberhard. 
Christopher Engel. 
Cornelius Geiger. 
Anthony Hagy. 
Peter Harnelter. 
Philip Hartman. 
John Heoper. 
George Holshoe. 
John Kauch. 
John Kintz. 
Andrew Kirch. 
George Kroner. 
John Kroner. 
Jacob Kuser. 
Jacob Long. 
Nicholas Long. 
I^orens Lora. 
Henry Martz. 
Philip Mattis. 
John Michael. 



John Miller. 
Frederick Miller. 
Bernhard Moyer. 
Christian Oker. 
Martin Oker. 
Adam Oxheimer. 
Conrad Reiff. 
Henry Rice. 
Mathias Road. 
David Sebolt. 
Joseph Shaffer. 
Henry Shome. 
Jacob Snyder. 
Jacob Stitzel. 
Daniel Terner. 
George Wayant. 
John Weast. 
Jacob Wedman. 
Jacob Weitley. 
Casper Werfel. 
Michael Widow. 
Peter William. 
Christopher Winbigler. 
Henry Yoxheimer. 
Rudolph Zubler. 



244 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER 
IN BERKS COUNTY IN JUNE 1780 TO SERVE TO 16 JULY 
1781. (c.) 



Time of 
entry. 



First Company. 



Abraham Clements. 
Matthias Ferntzler. 

Second Company. 
Jacob Moyer. 
Peter FIgle. 

Third Company. 
Jacob Spats. 
George Bonnevitz. 

Fourth Company. 

John McClackling. 
George Godfrid. 

Fifth Company. 
William Marx. 
William Frymire. 

Sixth Company. 
Adam Preys. 
Philip Klinger. 

Seventh Company. 
Adam Zigler. 
George Greiner. 

« 

Eighth Company. 
John Moyer. 
George Krumleaf. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 
ABSTRACT OP THE RETURNS. 1780. (c.) 



245 



Capt. Jon. ReegelB Company. 



Dan. Gicker. 
Peter Faust. 
Jon. Faust. 
Christn. Detweiler. 
Jacob Klein. 
Joseph Gundy. 



Christn. Keener. 
Phil. Klein. 
Michl. Sollenberger. 
Peter Speicher. 
Jon. Keener. 
Jon. Feid. 



Christn. Lantz. 



Capt. Danl. Greaff's Company. 
Jacob Kabel. 



Capt. Jon. Anspachs Company. 



Jno. Read of Jacob. 
Benjn. Spyker, Jr. 
Solomon Read. 
Christn. France. 
Casper Read, Senr. 



Michl. Read of Casper. 
Jon. Weitman. 
Geo. Mayer. 
Henry Moyer, Jr. 



Michl. France. 
Vain. Smith. 
Geo. Stroubhower. 
Jacob Lesh. 
Chas. Smith. 
Jon. Moyer. 
Henry Battorff. 
Phil. Smith. 
Jacob Besshore. 
John Shuy. 
Christn. Battorff. 
Staphel Battorff. 



Capt. Michl. Wolfs Comp. 

Geo. Kuns. 
Christn. Bixler. 
Jno. Smith. 
Balser Lesh. 
Henry Buger. 
Martin Koch. 
Peter Heckman. 
Martin Shuy. 
Danl. Bixler. 
Danl. Besshore. 
Christn. Hautz. 



Capt. Conrad Shirman's Compy. 



Jacob Helter. 
Martin Brown. 
Jon. Sheffer, Junr. 



Jacob Kurtz (or Jockel). 
Jacob Lingal. 
Phil. Troutman. 



246 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Capt Phil. Filbert's Compy. 

Henry Sped. Jacob Toder. 

Michl. Reegel. Henry Kauffman, moved away. 

Henry Brendel. Christn. Weitman. 

Fred. Kauffman, moved away. Henry Knop. 

James Jackson. Jon. Wertz. 

Thomas Ldngel. Joseph Hochstedler. 

Stephen Lingel. Jacob Weitman. 



Jno. Merky, Senr. 
Fred. Wolf. 
Jacob Merky. 
Qeo. Stedler. 
Phil. Zeigler. 
Danl. Wolf. 
Jacob Kurr. 
Wm. Bordner. 
Abram. Merky. 
Fred Wolf, Jun. 



Capt. Jon. Fulmer's Compy. 

Peter Weis. 
Geo. Gebhard. 
Jon. Bordner. 
Henry Sneyder. 
Lieonard Miller. 
Jon. Kobel. 
Nichl. Kern. 
Jacob Lepo. 
Abram. Keisener. 



A RETURN OF CAPT. JACOB MYERS COMPANY BB- 
LONGIN TO THE SIXT PEAINSYLVEANIA MIUTIA 
BATILION, 1782. (c.) 



Peter Krick, — 
Philip Dusing. 
Christian Stolsfus. 
John King. 
Isaac Reish. 
fretrick Michael. 
Michael Miller. 
Moses Emry. 
Martin Capbes. 
George Seidenbenter. 
Bengaman Gayman. 
Jaimes Emry. 
George Engelhard. 
Jobe Herby. 
Isaac Hoferd. 



Lefdenend Henry Hoferd. 
Henry Miller. 
Christian Miller. 
Peter Reish. 
John Smucker. 
Ubich Hoferd. 
Geog. grombaufe. 
George feter. 
francis Krick. 
Jacob Krick. 
John Miller. 
John Zeller. 
fretrick Keer. 
Dainiel Hill. 
Ubrick Kisinger. 



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247 



John bourn. 
Henry bourn. 
Georg bringeinger. 
Michael femsler. 
Kilin fager. 
John Olingene. 
Conrath Homberger. 
Willim france. 
Peter gouer. 
Craft felkel. 
Jacob Wirdenberger. 
Henry Milleisen. 
John banebacker. 
Vantone Rialitz (?) 
Nicklos Harding. 



Atam Krick. 
John Krick. 
David Herman. 
Phelip Hend. 
Henry Gelsinger. 
Atam Bngel. 
Henry Shnider. 
Abraham bouer. 
Willim With. 
Henry Drostel. 
Martin fry. 
Michael Katzamyer. 
Ludwig Katzamyer. 
John Rever. 



CAPT. JOHN MILLER'S COMPANY, HBRFORD TOWNSHIP 
BERKS COUNTY, 1783. (c.) 



Abraham Latshar. 
David Schultz. 
Christian Master. 
Casbir Yekel. 



First Class. 



Abraham Bechtel. 
Abraham Beldler. 
Philib Well. 



Second Class. 



Christian Mayer. 
Christian Essenbach. 
John Staufer. 
Wilhelm Bootz. 
Abraham Herb. 



Christian Bootz. 
GeDfge Knabenberger. 
Jacob Zcrli. 
Sai'uel Huf. 
Adam Drumb. 



Third Class. 



Isack Bawer. 
Peter Fink. 
Samuel Lieser. 
Conrat Heill. 
John Gernan. 



Jacob Kabser. 
Anderes Schulti. 
Conrat Finck. 
Abraham Zimmerman. 
George Finck. 



248 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Anderes Neider. 
Georg Bayer. 
Jacob Geman. 

Philib Christman. 
Georg. Stonman. 
Mardin Bochdel. 
Isaack Yeckel. 



Christian Neiman. 
Isack Geman. 
Frantz Hartman. 
Bern'd Mayer. 
Daniel Gerhart. 



Marden Eisenhauer. 
Georg. Acker. 
John Lau. 



Jacob Wetzel. 
Jacob Schneider. 



Fourth Class. 

Daniel Bop. 
Frederick Herb. 
Jacob Edelblad. 
Fifth Class. 

Jacob Zerr. 
Conrod Geier. 
John Essenbach. 



Sixth Class. 

Valentin Finck. 
Peter Schell. 
Abrah'm Moyer. 
Anderes Sigfrit. 
Herman Fierman. 

Seventh Class. 

John Ratde. 
Philib Wetzel. 
Georg Sauerwein. 

Eighth Class. 

Adam Dull. 
Josep. Rehr. 



GUARDS FOR PRISONERS OF WAR. (a.) 



CAPTAIN NAGEL'S COMPANY. 



Pay Roll of a Detachment of the Sixth Battalion of Berks 
county Militia, on duty Guarding Prisoners of War from 
Reading to Philadelphia. 



Captain. 
Peter Nagel. 

Sergeant. 
Casper Heiner. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 



249 



Privates. 



Christian Deringer. 
Nicholas Deck. 
Peter Feather. 
John Heiner. 
Benjamin Hover. 
Joseph Kendall. 
Samuel Keyser. 
Hartman Leitheser. 



George Mercle. 
Philip Nagel. 
George Philippy. 
George Schultz. 
George Seitz. 
Abraham Witman. 
Jacob Yoder. 



CAPTAIN GEIST'S COMPANY. 



Pay Roll of a Detachment of the Sixth Battalion, Berks county 
Militia, Guarding Prisoners in Reading Goal, that had at- 
tempted to break out, and afterwards guarding them from 
Reading to Lancaster, (a.) 



Captain. 
Conrad Geist. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Stehly. 



George Gertner. 



Sergeants. 

William Shener. 



Privates. 



Mathias Bapp. 
Peter Custard. 
Christian Deringer. 
Christopher Diem. 
George Donnelly. 
Paul Egy. 
George Elsenbels. 



Isaac Ermel. 
Peter Feather. 
Conrad Fesig. 
Peter Fesig. 
Christopher Fisher. 
John Fister. 



250 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



George Fry. 
Jesse Grinding. 
John Heiner. 
George Houser. 
George Jeager. 
Philip Klinger. 
William Knorr. 
Mathias Leib. 
Abraham Levan. 
Daniel McCoy. 
Dewalt Miller. 



John Miller. 
Frederick Nagel. 
Philip Nagel. 
Jacob Petry. 
Zacharia Rezroad. 
Christian Settely. 
Henry Settely. 
Christian Shreffler. 
James Simpson. 
John Snyder. 
Henry Wolff. 



SIXTH BATTAUON. (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Daniel Hunter. 

Major. 
Conrad Leffler. 



SIXTH BATTAUON. (a.) 



Colonel. 
Henry Spycker, 



John Lesher. 
George Battorf. 
Henry Shepler. 
Conrad Welser. 



Captains. 



Michael Bretz. 
Henry Weaver. 
Jacob Kreamer. 
Philip Filbert. 



Total number of enlisted men, 728. 






Daniel DeTurk. 
George Beayer. 
George Grant 



COUNTY OP BERKS. 

Captains in 1778. 

Jacob Rhoada. 
Ferdinand Hitter. 
Jacob Kremer. 



Kl 



SEVENTH BATTALION, (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Sebastian Levan. 

Adjutant 
Samuel Bbey. 



In Council 6t Safety. 
Philadelphia, Jan'y 31st, 1777. (c) 
Sir 

Tou are hereby authorised and required immediately to 
repair to Berks County, and there collect the Men of Colonel 
Swan's Battalion, whose duty it is to turn out at this time 
of danger and Join General Washington at Morris Town, at 
which place you are to march them with the utmost expedi- 
tion. 

Those who have deserted from this City, and refuse to com- 
ply with this order, upon your first application, are to be put 
under a strong guard and taken to Camp, there to be try'd 
by a Court Martial, and receive the punishment due to so 

They will receive Arms Accoutriments ftc at Camp. You 
attrocious a crime. 

must appoint a Quarter Master and Commissary to furnish 
them until they get there, and what Money may be wanted 
Mr. Whitman will supply you with. 

Such of your Battalion as are now in this City are imme- 
. diately to march under the command of Major Ely to Head 
Quarters at Morris-town in New Jersey, where they will be 
supply'd with Arms and Accoutriments and will be dis- 
charge after being in Camp a reasonable time. 

I Am Sir 

Your very Humble Servant 

T. W. (THOS. WHARTON). 

Lieut. Colonel JACOB BOYER. 



252 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



This may certify that Cap't Nicholas Shafie of Colo. Hollar 
Regt. of Militia of Berks Co. has served his time out with 
his company from 10th. Decem., 1776, to the 1st Feb., 1777. (c.) 

E. GIBBS, Com'g Officer. 
Newton. 
Newton, 2d Feb., 1777. 



Reading, May the 14th, 1777. (c.) 

Whereas the Inhabitants of Alsace Township have neglected 
to Elect Officers in said Township and make Return Agree- 
able to a former Advertisement, Therefore the Lieutenant & 
Sub-Lieutenants agreeable to the act of Assembly, have ap- 
pointed you to be the Captain of the Company in said Town- 
ship, Paul Feager 1st Lieutenant, Jacob Kissinger, 2d lieu- 
tenant, Henry Snyder Ensign, Isaac Levan & John Baum, 
Court Martial men. You are therefore to acquaint the said 
Officers of the said Appointment and Likewise to Class your 
Company and make Return thereof to the Lieutenant & Sub- 
Lieutenants in Reading at the house of John Hartman on the 
21st Day of this Instant. 

I am yours &c., 

JACOB MORGAN. 

To Capt. Daniel Detrick. 



(c.) 
John Beake Entered into Searvlce August 26th, 1777, and 

Desearded September the 20th, in Searvice 25 Days. 
Elijeha Devis Entred into Searvice august the 26th, 1777, 

and Desearded September the 12th, in Searvice 18 Days. 
Martin Young Entred in Searvis august 26th, 1777, whent 

into the Contenantel Doctrey September 20th. 



Whitemarsh Decemb. 5th, 1777. (c.) 

This is to certify that Adam Smith has Served Tow Months 
in the Berks County Militia. 

JACOB SHAPEL, Capt'n. 



COUNTS OF BBRK8. 253 



SUBSTITUTE PAPERS. 



(c.) Rading. Noy. 14th, 1777. 
I pre mice to pay or cause to be paid unto Adam Albright 
Thirty Eight pounds fifteen Bhilllngs in behalf of the state 
two months after date for him serving two months as a Sub- 
stitute in the 6th class of Berks County Militia. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. 
Witness Present. 

HENRY SHOEMAKER. 

Jan. 25, 1778. Received the Contents of the above. 

Pr me, HBNRT HALLER. 



(c.) Reading, Nov. 14th. 1777. 
I promise to pay unto or cause to be paid unto Peter Apple 
Thirty Eight pounds fifteen shillings tjfo months after Date 
in behalf of the state for him serving two months as a 
Substitute in the 6th class of Berks County Militia. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

HENRY SHOEMAKER. 
Jan. 12th, 1778. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, Oct. 12th, 1777. 
I promise to pay unto Conrad Bauchman two months after 
date Twenty four pounds ten shillings in behalf of the State 
for him Serving two months as a Substitute in Capt Jacob 
Rodermel's Comp'y. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

HENRY SHOEMAKER. 

January 15, 1778. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, October 4th, 1777. 
promise to pay unto Christian Bensinger two Months 



254 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

after Date Twenty four pounds ten shillings in behalf of the 
State for his Serving two months as a substitute in Capt. 
Lentz's Comp. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L.. B. G. 
Witness Present. 

December 16, 1777. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, October 2d, 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto Joseph Boon within two months after 
Date Twenty four Pounds Ten Shillings in behalf of the State 
for him Serving two months from the Date hereof as Sub- 
stitute in Capt. John Bishop's Company. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

FRED'K ERNST. 
December 11, 1777. Paid. 



(c.) I Promise to pay to Adam Bowman within two 
Months after Date twenty four pounds ten shillings in be- 
half of the States for him serving two months from the Date 
hereof as Substitute in Capt. Jacob Rodermels Compy. 
Witness my hand Sept. 28, 1777. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. 
Witness present. 

JACOB RODERMEL, Capt. 
December 7, 1777. Paid. 



(c.) I Promise to pay to George Brown within two months 
after Date Twenty four pounds ten shillings in behalf of the 
state for him serving two months from the date hereof as 
Substitute in Lieut Francis Umberhaclcer Company. 
Witness my hand Sept. 28, 1777. 

JACOB MORGAN. L. B. C. 
EDWD. MARSH. 
December 21, 1777. Paid. 



COUNTY OF BBRKa 



S56 



(c.) Reading, October 16th, 1777. 
I Promise to iiay unto Bdtartin Cast two months after Date 
Twenty four pounds ten shillings in behalf of the State ft>r 
him serving two months from the date hereof as a Sabiti- 
tnte in Capt. John Bishops Comp. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, U B. a 
Witness present. 

.MICHAEL UNDBNMUTH. 
December 14, 1777. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, Not. 14th, 1777. 
I Promise to pay or cause to be paid unto Abraham CtAter 
Thirty Eight pounds fifteen shillings two months after Date 
in beiialf of the State for him Serving two months as a Sub- 
stitute in the 5th class of Berks County. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN. U B. C. 
Witness Present. 

VALBa^TINB ECKERT. 
June 16, 1778. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, October 2d, 1777. 
I promise to pay unto John Clauser within two months after 
Date Twenty four Pounds ten shillings in behalf of the State 
for him Serving two months from the Date hereof as Substi- 
tute in Lieut Francis Unbehackers Company. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 
JOHN OLD. 
December 11, 1777. Paid. 



(c.) This is to certify that the Bearer, Mikel Dark has 
served his time of 2 months in my Company of the 6 Class 
of Berks County Militia Commanded by Col. Henry Spyker. 

To hame it may Consarn. 
December the 31, 1777. 

JACOB SCHABELL, Capt. 



266 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

(c.) Berks. 

on the 4th Day of December 1777 before me Henry Christ 
Ebqf. one of the Justices &c came Jacob Day and upon his 
Solemn oath did Declare and say that he hath a note from 
Col. Jacob Morgan for 24-10-0 pr the residue of his wages he 
went in the third class of militia as a substitute and that he 
lost his Poket Book and the said note and cannot now Pro- 
duce the said note. 

his . . 
JACOB X DAY. 
mark 
Sworn before me the day and 
year aforesaid. 

HENRY CHRIST. 
Dec. 4, 1777. Paid. 



(c.) Sept. 29. 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto James English two months after 
Date Twenty four Pounds ten shillings being part of Fifty 
Pounds in behalf of the state for him serving two months in 
Lieut, Troubelbess (?) Company. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN. 
Witness present. 

FRED*K ERNST. 
December 10, 1777. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, October 12th, 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto George Fisher two months after Date 
Twenty four Pounds ten shillings in behalf of the State for 
him serving two months as a substitute in Capt. Jacob Roder- 
mels Company. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

JACOB SHOEMAKER. 
December 5, 1777. Paid, 



(c.) Reading, October 2d, 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto Joseph Fisher within two months 
after Date Twenty four Pounds Ten Shillings in behalf of 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 257 

the State for him serving two months from the Date hereof 
as Substitute in Capt. Sebastian Lentz's Compy. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 
JOHN OLD. 
December 6, 1777. Paid. 



(c.) I Do Hereby Discharge Gabriel Gantzert a Substitute 
in Capt. Conrad Eckerts Company Commanded by Col. Henry 
Spyker and served the rest of His Time in Capt. Relffs Com- 
pany. I do Hereby certify that the aforesaid Gabriel Gant- 
zert hath served the full term of Two Months faithfully ft 
Honestly is Hereby Discharged by me. 

DAVID LINBBACK, Lieut 
January the 17th, 1778. 



(c.) Reading, October 12th, 1777. 
1 Promise to pay unto Philip Graff two months after date 
Twenty four pounds ten shillings In behalf of the State for 
him serving two months as a Substitute in Capt. Conrad 
Wisers Company. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. . 
Witness present. 

HENRY SHOEMAKER. 
December 15, 1777. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, January 13th, 1778. 
Sir 

Please to pay to Henry Haller the sum of Thirty-Eight 
pounds & Fifteen Shillings the money coming to me for being 
Substitute in the fifth clase In Mllltla he will give you up the 
note you gave me for the same and in so doing you will much 
oblige Sir 

Your Humb. Ser. 

his 
GEORGE X HENRY, 
mark 
To Jacob Morgan. Esqr. 

Lieut, for Bercks County. 

Jan. 13, 1778. Paid. 
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258 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



(c.) Reading, Oct. 12th, 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto John Halloway two months after 
Date Twenty four pounds ten shillings in behalf of the State 
for him Serving two months as a Substitute in Capt George 
Growls Compy. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, Lt 
Witness present. 

HENRY SHOEMAKER. 
December 16, 1777. Paid. 



(c.) I Promise to pay unto John Hummel within two 
months after Date twenty four pound ten shillings in behalf 
of ye State for him serving two months from ye date hereof 
as Substitute in Ueut Francis Umberhacker company. 
Witness my hand Sept. 28, 1777. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
EDWD. MARSH. 
December 10, 1777. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, December 15th, 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto George Hamer two months after Date 
Thirty Eight pounds fifteen shillings in behalf of the States 
for him serving two months from the Date hereof as a Sub- 
stitute in Capt. Ritters Company. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness Present. 

JACOB WEAVER. 
June 17, 1778. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, Nov. 14th. 1777. 
I Promise to pay or cause to be paid unto Christo'r Haring 
Thirty Eight pounds fifteen shillings two months after date 
in behalf of the State for him Serving two months as a Sub- 
stitute in the 6th class of Berks County Militia. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN. 
HENRY SHOEMAKER. 
January 25, 1778. Paid. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 259 

(c.) J Promise to pay or cause to be paid unto John Hart* 
man the sum of twenty five pounds currant Lawfull money 
of the province of Pennsylvania for serving as a substitute 
in the place of for two months &c this 23 day 

September. 1777. 

JOHN OLD. Sub-Lieut. 
January 26. 1778. Paid. 



(c.) I Promise to pay to George Haufman within two 
months after Date Twenty four pounds ten shillings in behalf 
of ye state for him serving two months from the I>ate hereof 
as Substitute in Lieut. Francis Umberhacker company. 
Witness my hand Sept. 28. 1777. 

JACOB MORGAN. L. B. C. 
EDWD. MARSHL. 
January 22, 1777. Paid. 



(c.) I Promise to pay or Cause to be Pete to George Heney 
thirty Eight pounds fifteen shillings in behalf of the State 
two months after Date for him Serving two months as a Sub- 
stitute in the fifth class of Berks County. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Reading Nov. 14, 1777. 

HENRY SHOEMAKER. 
January 26, 1778. Paid; 



(c.) Sepfr 28th, 1777. 
I Promise to pay Casper Hill two months after date Twenty 
Four pounds ten shillings part of Fifty Pounds for him serv' 
ing two months from this Date as a Substitute in Capt. Em- 
richs' Company. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

GEORGE MAY, Colnoll. 
January 24, 1778. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, Nov. 14, 1777. 
I Promise to pay or cause to be paid unto Fredk. Hill 
Thirty Eight pounds fifteen shillings in behalf of the State 



260 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

two months after Date for him serving two months as a 
Substitute in the fifth class of Berks County. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN. L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

HENRY SHOEMAKER. 
March 14, 1778. Paid. 



(c.) r Promise to pay Adam Humble within two months 
after Date Twenty four Pounds ten shillings in behalf of the 
State for him serving two months from the Date hereof as 
Substitute in Lieut. Umbenhackers company. 
Witness my hand Sept. 28, 1777. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
EDWD. MARSH. 
December 10, 1778. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, December 15, 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto Henry Hummel two months after 
Date Thirty Eight pounds fifteen shillings in behalf of the 
State for him serving two months from the date hereof as 
a Substitute in Captain Ritter Company. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

DANIEL REIPF. 
April 8, 1778. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, Dec'r 16, 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto Richard Humphreys two mos, after 
Date Thirty Eight Pounds fifteen shllls. in behalf of the state 
for his apprentice Isreal Hendrlckson serving as a Substitute 
two mos. from the date hereof in Capt. Morgans Co. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

JACOB WEAVER. 
May 11, 1778. Paid. 



(c.) Reading. Oct. 15, 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto John Joseph two months after Date 
Twenty four pounds ten shilllDgs in behalf of the state for 



COUNTY OF BERKS. M9 

(c) J Promise to pay or cause to be paid unto John Hartr 
man the sum of twenty five pounds currant Lawful! money 
of the province of Pennsylvania for serving as a substitute 
in the place of for two months ftc this 28 day 

September, 1777. 

JOHN OLD. Sub-Ueat 
January 26. 1778. Paid. 



(c.) I Promise to pay to George Kaufman within two 
months after Date Twenty four pounds ten shillings in behalf 
of ye state for him serving two months from the Date hereof 
as Substitute in Lieut. Francis Umberhacker company. 
Witness my hand Sept. 28. 1777. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C 
BDWD. BfARSHL. 
January 22, 1777. Paid. 



(c.) I Promise to pay or Cause to be Pete to George Hendy 
thirty Bight pounds fifteen shillings in behalf of the State 
two months after Date for him Serving two months as a Sub- 
stitute in the fifth class of Berks County. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Reading Nov. 14, 1777. 

HENRY SHOEMAKER. 
January 26, 1778. Paid.* 



(c.) Sept'r 28th, 1777. 
I Promise to pay Casper Hill two months after date Twenty 
Four pounds ten shillings part of Fifty Pounds for him serv 
ing two months from this Date as a Substitute in Capt. Bm« 
richs' Company. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

GEORGE MAY, Colnoll. 
January 24, 1778. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, Nov. 14, 1777. 
I Promise to pay or cause to be paid unto Fredk. Hill 
Thirty Eight pounds fifteen shillings in behalf of the State 



260 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

two months after Date for him serving two months as a 
Substitute in the fifth class of Berks County. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

HENRY SHOEMAKER. 
March 14, 1778. Paid. 



(c.) I Promise to pay Adam Humble within two months 
after Date Twenty four Pounds ten shillings in behalf of the 
State for him serving two months from the Date hereof as 
Substitute in Lieut. Umbenhackers company. 
Witness my hand Sept. 28, 1777. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
EDWD. MARSH. 
December 10, 1778. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, December 15, 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto Henry Hummel two months after 
Date Thirty Eight pounds fifteen shillings in behalf of the 
State for him serving two months from the date hereof as 
a Substitute in Captain Ritter Company. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

DANIEL REIPF. 
April 8, 1778. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, Dec'r 16, 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto Richard Humphreys two mos, after 
Date Thirty Eight Pounds fifteen shills. in behalf of the state 
for his apprentice Isreal Hendrickson serving as a Substitute 
two mos. from the date hereof in Capt. Morgans Co. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

JACOB WEAVER. 
May 11, 1778. Paid. 



(c.) Reading. Oct. 15. 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto John Joseph two months after Date 
Twenty four pounds ten shillings in behalf of the state for 



COUNTY OP BERKS. 261 

him serving two months from the Date hereof as a substitute 
in Capt. John Bishops Company. 
Witness my liand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

MICHAEL LINDENMUTH. 
January 7, 1778. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, October 2d, 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto Casper Keller within two months after 
Date Twenty Four Pounds ten shillings in behalf of the State 
for him serving two months from the Date hereof as 8ub8tl-o» 
tute in Bishop's Company. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
"Witness present. 

WM. WILLIAMS. 
December 3, 1777. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, Decem'r 15, 1777. 
1 Promise to pay unto George Kishler two months after 
Date Thirty p:ight pounds fifteen shillings in behalf of the 
state for him serving two months from the Date hereof as a 
substitute in Capt. Ritters Compy. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

ABM. LINCOLN. 
April 8, 1778. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, Oct. 12th, 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto George Kump two months after Date 
Twenty four Pounds ten shillings in behalf of the State for 
him serving two months as a substitute in Capt. Jacob Roder- 
mels Comp. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN. 
Witness present. 

HENRY SHOEMAKER. 
December 15. 1777. Paid. 



264 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



(c.) Reading. October M, 1777. 
1 Promise to pay unto Kilian May within two months after 
date twenty-four Pounds ten shillings in behalf of the State 
for him serving two months from the Date hereof as substi- 
tute in Lieut. Francis Unbehacker's Company. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present 
JOHN OLD. 
December 6, 1777. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, October 2d, 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto Wm. May within tw6 months after 
Date Twenty-four Pounds ten Shillings in behalf of the State, 
for him serving two months from the Date hereof as substi 
tute in Capt. Sebastian Lenz's Company. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 
JOHN OLD. 
Paid. 



(c). Reading, October 15th. 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto Thomas Millard two months after 
Date, twenty-four pounds ten shillings in behalf of the State 
for him serving two months from the Date hereof as a sub- 
stitute in Capt. George Growl's Comp. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 
December 18, 1777. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, Nov. 14th, 1777. 
I Promise to pay or cause to be paid unto Conrad Miller 
Thirty Eight pounds fifteen shillings two months after Dale 
In behalf of the state for him serving two months as a sub- 
stitute in the 6th class of Berks County Militia. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN. Lt. 
Witness present. 

HENRY SHOEMAKER. 
January 25, 1778. Paid. 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 265 

(c.) Reading, October 10th, 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto John Morel two months after date 
twenty-four pounds ten shillings in behalf of the state for. 
him serving two months as a sabstitnte in Ci^^ Qrowls 
Comp. 
Witness my hand. 

BBNJN. MORGAN. 
By order of the lieot 
Witness present. 

JOS. HBISTER. 
December 8, 1777. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, Sept. 29th, 1777. 
I Promise to pay George Moyer two months after Date 
twenty-four pounds ten shillings for serving as a substituto 
for two months in Capt. Emrichs Company. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

(illegible.) 
Paid. Dec. 15, 1777. 

(c.) Reading, Oct. 7th, 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto Laurence Moyer two months after 
date twenty-four pounds ten shillings in behalf of the state 
for him serving two months as a substitute in Capt. Growls 
Comp. 
Witness my hand. 

BENJN. MORGAN. 
By order of the Lieut. 
Witness present. 

JOS. HEISTER. 
December 18, 1777. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, October 12th, 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto Henry Orwig two months after Date 
Twenty Four pounds ten shillings in behalf of the state for 
him serving two months as a substitute in Capt. Jacob Rod- 
ermels Company. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

JACOB SHOEMAKER. 
Paid. December 5, 1777. 



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(c.) Reading, October 2d, 1777. 
1 Promise to pay unto John Porter within two months after 
uate twenty-four Pounds ten shillings in behalf of the State 
for him serving two months from the Date hereof as substi- 
tute in Capt John Bishops Company. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

FREDK. ERNST. 
Paid. December 10, 1777. 



(c.) Reading, Sept. 28th, 1777. 
I Promise to pay Thomas Reed two months after Date 
Twenty-four pounds ten shillings part of Fifty Pounds for him 
serving two months from this Date as a Substitute in Cape. 
Emrich Comp. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN. L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

GEORG MAY COLNELL. 
Paid. December 13th. 1777. 



(c.) Sept. 29, 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto Adam Richard two months after 
date twenty-four Pounds ten shillings part of fifty Pounds in 
behalf of the state for him serving two months in Lieut. 
Treubelbiss's Company. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN. L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

FRED. ERNST. 
December 2, 1777. Paid. 



(c.) Reading. December 15th,1777. 
I Promise to pay unto Peter Ricker two months after Date 
Thirty-Eight pounds fifteen shillings in behalf of the state 
for him serving two months form the Date hereof as a Sub- 
stitute in Captain Ritter's Company. 
Wtln»»3s my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN. L,. B. C. 
Witness present. 

JACOB WEAVER. 
April 8, 1778. Paid. 



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(c.) Reading, Decern. 15th, 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto Anthony Riter two months after Date 
thirty eight pounds fifteen shillings in behalf of the state 
for him serving two months from the Date hereof as a tub- 
stiute in Capt Eagnors Comp. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. a C. 
Witness present. 

JACOB WEAVER 
Bfay 14, 1778. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, Oct 6th, 1777. 
I Promise to pay into Anthony Shreader two months after 
Date Twenty four pounds ten shillings in behalf of the state 
for serving two months as a substitute in Lieut DaYls Com- 
pany. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 
JOHN OLrD. 
recember 15, 1777. Paid. 



(c) Reading, Nov. 14th, 1777. 
I Promise to pay or cause to be paid unto Peter Smeck 
thirty-eight pounds fifteen shillings two months after date in 
behalf of the State for him serving two months as a Substi- 
tute in the 5th Class of Berks County. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness Present. 

VALENTINE ECKERT. 
January 8, 1778. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, October 3d, 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto Robert Smith within two months 
after Date twenty-four pounds Ten shillings in behalf of the 
State for him serving two months from the Date hereof as 
Substitute in Capt. Bishops Company. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

JOS. HEISTER. 
December 3, 1777. Paid. 



268 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

(c.) Reading, October 3d, 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto William Smith within two months 
after Date Twenty four Pounds ten shillings in behalf of the 
state for him serving two months from the Date hereof as 
substitute in Capt Bishop's Compy. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

JOS. HEISTER. 
December 3, 1777. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, Nov. 14th, 1777. 
I Promise to pay or cause to be paid unto Valentine Sterner 
Thirty Blight pounds fifteen shillings in behalf of the state 
two months after Date for him serving two months as a Sub- 
stitute in the 5th class of Berks County. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C 
Witness present. 

HENRY SHOEMAKER. 
January 21. 1778. Paid. 



(c.) Reading, October 10th, 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto Henry Stock two months after Date 
Twenty-four pounds ten shillings in behalf of the state for him 
serving two months as a substitute in Capt. Growls Com- 
pany. 
Witness my hand. 

BENJN. MORGAN. 
By order of the Lieut 
Witness present. 

JOS. HEISTER. 
Paid. December 18, 1777. 



(c.) Reading, Oct. 12th. 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto George Stump junr. two months after 
date Twenty four pounds ten shillings in behalf of the state 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 269 

for him serving two months as a substitute in Ci^^t Conrad 
Weiser's Company. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN, L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

HENRY SHOEMAKER. 
Paid. December 15, 1777. 



(c.) Reading, Nov. 14th, 1777. 
I Promise to pay or cause to be paid unto EYederik Styn 
Thirty Eight Pounds fifteen shillings two months after Date 
in behalf of the State for him serving two months as a sab- 
stitute in 6th class of Berks County. 
Witness my hand. . 

JACOB MORGAN. L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

MICHU VOYGE. 
Paid. January 19, 1778. 



(c.) Reading, Nov. 14th. 1777. 
I Promise to pay or cause to be paid unto Moses Toner 
Thirty Eight pounds fifteen shillings two months after Date 
in behalf of the State for him Serving two months as a Sub- 
stitute in the 6th class of Berks County. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN. U B. C. 
Witness present. 

HENRY SHOEMAKER. 
Paid. January 21, 1778. 



(c.) Reading. Nov. 14th. 1777. 
I Promise to pay or cause to be paid unto Michal Turk 
Thirty Eight pounds fifteen shillings two months after Date 
in behalf of the State for him serving two months as a Sub- 
stitute in the 6th class of Berks County Militia. Capt. Sha- 
bell's Company. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN. L. B. C. 
Witness present. 

HENRY SHOEMAKER. 
Paid. January 7. 1778. 



270 



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(c.) Reading, Oct 7th. 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto Martin Wall two months after date 
Twenty four pounds ten shillings in behalf of the State for 
him serving two months as a Substitute in Capt. Growls 
Comp. 
Witness my hand. 

BENJN. MORGAN. 
By order of the Lieut. 
Witness present. 

JOS. HBISTBR. 
December 8, 1777. Paid. 



(c.) Reading Oct. 4th, 1777. 
I Promise to pay unto Fredk. Wentz within two months 
after Date Twenty-four pounds ten shillings in behalf of the 
state for him serving two months frcnn the date hereof as a 
substitute in Lieut. Triblebess company. 
Witness my hand. 

JACOB MORGAN. L. B. O. 
Witness present. 

JOS. HEISTER. 
Paid. December 12, 1777. 



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PAY ROLL OF CAPT. DANL WILL'S COMPANY OP BBRKS 
CO. MILITIA, WINDSOR TOWNSHIP, OVER THE BLUE 
MOUNTAIN— FROM MAY TO JULY, 1781. (c.) 



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Will May Qr. Mr.. 

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Abram Ijunier Ber^t.. .. 

Fr^tipr'k t^wlnb«rf Ben^t.. .. 

FTfderiok Mlhslt Sorirt.. .. 

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John Kt^erhnrd ^ Private. 

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Goufrlea PcrrlniE 

Adam Showltiff 

Abmham Smith 

John Gerhard 

Martin, Donna t h 

John Stump 

John Walter 

Carl Stuerwald 

bnvld P^-tnj. deserleiS. 

Anthony niiiii? 

Jacob Kenflrle 

Adam Hartman 

John Roush , 

John Klockner 

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Oodllcb Hulner 

Michael Oruner, 

Oeorflre HerrlnR 

Adam Hewer 

r-hrM' StPiner 

Ludwl^ ShJrl«y 

Alei*r ThompioTi 

John Klrchner 

o*orire Ki?n«r 

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Conrad R*«eKleman 

Oeorsre Kloea 

John Sharp 

rTiriifi" Cnh'tnnn 

Oeorjce Glrllnfr 

Adam ZIttelmeyer 



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ACCOUNT OF THE RESIDUE OF PAY, OP LIEUT. DAN'L 
STROUD'S COMPANY OF BERKS COUNTY MIUTIA IN 
AUGUST & SEPTEMBER. 1781. (c.) 

Guarding prisoners of War. 



Names. 



Qeorge Oirllng 

U«org« Beck 

Jacob Nonnemaker. 

Philip Wege 

Danl. Hill, 

Oeorf® Shwenff "alias Shuenk 

George Weldenhamer 

John Welser 

liaU's Flash 

Jacob Hay 



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ROLL OF CAPTAIN ROBINSON'S COMPANY, (a.) 



In Service at Newtown, October 1, 1781. 



Captain. 
John Robinson. 



Privates. 



John Cormick. 
Isaac Hahn. 
Abel Robeson. 
John Gibson. 
John Bower. 
Absalom Kern. 
John Ems. 
Jacob Vosch. 
Daniel Andrew. 
Jacob Haus. 
David Mee. 
John Barkley. 



Benjamin Lincoln. 
Benjamin Talbot. 
John Henkirkin. 
Christopher Benten. 
Charles Cramp. 
John Jones. 
Abraham Griffith. 
Jacob Minges. 
Philip Miller. 
Samuel Harper. 
Mathias Derr. 
Jacob Larry. 



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Peter Bolick. 
Joseph Workman. 
Mathias Wise. 
William Robb. 
Piiiiip Ludwick. 
Jacob Ludwick. 
Michael Kern. 
Samuel Kirlin. 
Benjamin Boone. 
Adam Cirtain. 
Philip Waggoner. 
John Lear. 
Frederick Herbold. 
Henry Fox. 
John Huett. 
Ludwick Huett. 



James Thomson. 
Peter Slifer. 
Jt'redericK i^oreman. 
Jacob Mitzeholtzer. 
George Cake. 
Christopher Bowzer. 
Jacob Neukirch. 
Henry Thomson. 
John Lutz. 
Adam Widner. 
Joseph Quinter. 
Jacob Quinter. 
John Heistand. 
Jacob Eisenhower. 
Jacob Bumm. 
Thomas McCloskey. 



PAY ROLL OF CAPT. JACOB LADICH'S COMPANY OF 
BERKS CO. MILITIA IN COLO. SAMUEL ELY'S BAT- 
TALION—SERVICE U. S.— 17 DAYS— OCTR. 1, 1781 TO 
OCTR. 17th, 1781. (c.) 









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Peter Sassaman IJeut.. 

f'hrisfr Mercle, Jr Kn»., 

Peter Troutman Sergl., 

rhrlafr Schwartz P<'rKt., 

Henry Rooa S^TRt., 

('harlofl Vh\ ('nriwiral. 

Phtllp Wagt'man i Corponil. 

Oe<»rKo Keller. Jr ('orporal. 

Ja<'ob Kumni»Ter I DrtnnnuT 

Jacob Leonard, ■ Flff-r. 



Jacob W«-I(kle, .. 
OorKc Heffner. . 
Christ Blevor. ... 
Albre<ht Werly. . 

Jacob Leiby 

Fred'k Lelby, . . . 
Peter Steuerwalt. 



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PAY ROLL OF CAPT. JACOB LADICH'S COMPANY OF 
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George Herring. . . 

George Keller 

Pred'k Kamp 

Henry Hertly. 

Peter Schmidt 

Adam Bowman. ... 

Joaeph Liorlnt, 

Jacob Wehree 

Conrad Wehree. ... 
Jacob Buscb* .... 

George Herbat 

Fred'k Kerchner. . 
George Ad. Kamp. 
Michael Weaver. .. 
George Kendal, . . . 

George Kamp 

John Acker 

Jacob Faust 

Joseph Gross 

George Herbst 

Adam Fisher 

Philip Rether 

Henry Stein 

Jacob Sitler 

Mich'I Zern 

John Letweiler, ... 

Peter Klffer 

Fred'k Bader 

George Bader 

John Merclst 

Jac^jb Mink 

Hf^nry Pfherfr. ... 

John Hllbert 

John Oberdorff 

Frederick Cotahall. 
Ootfrid Krajner, .. 

Peter Bader. 

Philip Crist 

Lrorens Crist 

Henry Crist 

Adam Reichart. ... 

George Wyant 

Christ' h Kramer. . 



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Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocf 


Privato 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocf 


Private 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocf 


Privato 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocf 


Private 


Ocfr 1 


1781, 


Ocf 


Private 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocf 


Privato 


Ocfr 1 


1781, 


Ocf 


Privato 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocf 


Prhat" 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocf 


Private 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocf 


Privato 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocf 


Privato 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocf 


Privnto 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocf 


Privato 


Ocfr 1 


1781, 


Ocf 


I*rlvato 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocf 


I rlvato 


0<-fr I 


1781. 


Ocf 


Privato 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocf 


Privato 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocf 


Privato 


Ocfr 1 


17S1. 


Ocf 



fr 17. 
L'r 17. 
fr 17, 
L'r 17. 
L'r 17. 
L'r 17, 
L'r 17. 
:r 17. 
L'r 17. 
;r 17. 
:'r 17, 
L'r 17, 
:'r 17. 
L'r 17. 
L'r 17. 
L'r 17. 
L'r 17, 
L'r 17. 
:'r 17. 
'r 17. 
L'r 17. 
;'r 17. 
:'r 17. 
;'r 17. 
:'r 17. 
;'r 17. 
L'r 17. 
L'r 17. 
L'r 17. 
L'r 17. 

r 17. 

r 17. 

r 17. 

r 17. 

r 17. 

r 17, 

r 17. 
L'r 17. 
:'r 17. 
:'r 17. 
:'r 17. 
:'r 17, 
L'r 17. 
L'r 17, 
L'r 17. 
L'r 17, 
L'r 17. 



1781 
1781 
1781, 
1781 
1781, 
1781, 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
1781 
17S1, 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 



881 



PAY ROLL OF CAPT. JACOB LADICH'S COMPANY OP 
BERKS CO. MIUTIA--CoiiUniied. 



Names. 



I 



I 



I 
I 



I 



John Ribsamen 


Private 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocfr 17. 


ITU, 


17 


Henry Kelcknar 


Private 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocfr 17. 


1781. 


17 


John Dombadi, 


Private 

Private 

Private 

Privat.- 


Ocfr 1 
Ocfr 1 
O^fr 1 
Ocfr 1 


1781, 
1781. 
1781. 
1781. 


Ocfr 17, 
Ocfr 17. 
Ocfr 17. 
Ocfr 17. 


ITU, 
ITU. 
ITU. 
ITU. 


17 


Jno. WlUiama 


17 


John Berk 


17 


iimiTW^ Oh linger 


17 


Johil Muff^f* •• 


Private 

Private 


O^'fr 1 
Ocfr 1 


1781, 
1781. 


Ocfr 17. 
Ocfr 17. 


1781. 
1781. 


17 


John l^utt, 


17 


Ahr'm Zlmincrnmn, .... 


Privat. ' 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocfr 17, 


ITU. 


17 


J 1 pnnf Rh fide] 


Prlv.itr 

Private 


Ocfr 1 
Oif r 1 


1781. 
1781. 


Ocfr 17, 
Ocfr 17. 


1781. 
1781. 


17 


John Henif 


17 


JifcCob TeJiffler. 


Privat'- 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocfr 17. 


1781. 


17 


Dltitrl^h Blev«r 


Prhate 


Ocfr 1 


1781, 


Ocfr 17. 


1781. 


17 


DanJ. Rolhermell 


Private 


Oi-fr 1 


1781, 


Ocfr 17. 


1781. 


17 


Conrath Rein, 


Private 


Oi-fr 1 


1781, 


Ocfr 17. 


1781. 


17 


C'hrlsfn Weaver, 


T»rlvttte 


(X-fr 1 


1781. 


Ocfr 17, 


1781, 


17 


Mlch'l I^her 


Privut. 


Ocfr 1 


1781, 


Ocfr 17. 


1781, 


17 


P0t4»r Haaii. 


Private 

r-rivut.- 


Ovfr 1 
Ocfr 1 


1781. 

1781, 


Ocfr 17. 
Ocfr 17, 


1781, 
1781. 


17 


Mkh'I Reber 


17 


Henry HeflTner, 


rrlvat: 

Privut. 


Oi-fr 1 
(Vfr 1 


1781. 
1781. 


Ocfr 17. 
Ocfr 17. 


1781. 
1781. 


n 


Henry Bhedel, Jr 


17 


ff^'nry I^orenii 


Prlvalf 


0(>fr 1 


1781. 


Ocfr 17. 


1781. 


17 


<»e«rKo Shubart 


Piivnt. 


Oifr 1 


1781. 


Ocfr 17, 


1781, 


17 


John Koch 


I»rlvute 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocfr 17. 


1781, 


1. 


Jacob Knelpe 


Prhal. 


(Vfr 1 


1781, 


Ocfr 17. 


1781, 


17 


John Holeteln 


Privat" 

Prlxat.' 

Privat*- 


(Vfr 1 
Offr 1 
Ocfr 1 


1781. 
1781. 
1781. 


Ocfr 17. 
Ocfr 17, 
Ocfr 17. 


1781. 
1781, 
1781. 


i: 


Matthias l.eibv, 


r. 


Pfter RJi-elraan 


17 


Anth'y Adam 


Prlvaf 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Oof r 17. 


1781. 


17 


Ocortre Khwling 


Prhfiti- 


Orfr 1 


1781. 


Ocfr 17. 


1711. 


» 


MIchM RIgrelman 


Private 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocfr 17. 


1781. 


17 


Henry Sterner 


Private 

Private j 


Ocfr 1 
► Ocfr 1 


1781. 
1781, 


Ocfr 17, 
Ocfr 17. 


1781, 
1781, 


17 


Martin I'nangst. 


17 


T:ernard Owwalt, 


Privat- 


Ocfr 1 


1781, 


Ocfr 17, 


1781. 


17 


Melrh«'r Schwab 


Privat* 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocfr 17, 


1781. 


17 


SaliTion Retz 


Prlvatf 

Privat* 

Privat.' 


Ocfr 1 
Ocfr 1 
Ocfr I 


1781. 
1781. 
1781, 


Ocfr 17. 
Ocfr 17, 
Ocfr 17. 


1781. 
1781. 
1781, 


17 


Philip Will 


17 


Fr.drl<k Mlngel 


17 


Djin'l Ely 


Privat.- 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocfr 17. 


1781. 


i: 


Jacrih Hlhl 


Private 

Privet.- 


Ocfr 1 
Ocfr 1 


1781, 
1781, 


Ocfr 17. 
Ocfr 17, 


1781. 
1781, 


17 


.Tai'ol) Wftlde 


17 


I.on*na Shollenberjfer, .. 


Privat.' 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocfr 17, 


1781. 


i: 


A inlreas Herbat 


PrlvatH 


Ocfr 1 


1781. 


Ocfr 17. 


ITSl. 


17 







282 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



PAY ROLL OF PART OF CAPT. JNO. ROBNISON COMPANY ^ 
OF BERKS CY. MILITIA IN THE SERVICE OF THE 
UNITED STATES OCTOBER 1781. (c.) 



Name 




Jno. Robinson Capt 

Qeo. Adams EZnsIfrn. ... 

Jacob NUcirk Sergt., .... 

Henry Vanderslice Corp'l 

Philip Ludwig. Corp'l 

Ludwig Huard Corp'l 

Jos. Quainter Drummer. 

Abel Robinson Plfer 

Jno. Lear Private, .. 

Jno. Bower Private, .. 

Isaac Dehart Private, .. 

FIdw'd Edwards, Private. .. 

Mlch'l Kern Private. .. 

Abr'm Kern .Private, .. 

Jacob L.udwi^ Private. ,. 

Jno. I-utz, Private. .. 

Chrls'n Painter Private. .. 

Dan'l Boyer Private. .. 

Geo. Kake Prlvato. .. 

Dan'l E:a8terty Private. .. 

Fred'k Foreman Private. .. 

Henry Clevfsten Private, .. 

Henry Shrock Private. .. 

Isaac Hahn Private, .. 

Ii. WrtiFffoner Private. .. 

Jti, ..' Vti., ir-lsciir Private. .. 

Henry Gabel Private. .. 

Peter Bolich Private, .. 

Conrad Keen Private, .. 

Henry Thompson Private, .. 

And'w Spads Private, .. 

Chrls'r Engle, • Private, .. 

And'w Keen Private, .. 

Jacob Isenhour Private, . . 

Geo. SpadH Private. .. 

Fwirk Bear Private. .. 

.ThOh Swlnhart Private. .. 

Dav'd Epinhelmer i Private. .. 

Paul Hook Private. . . 



Jacob Bunn, ... 
Henr>' Beaht, . 
Peter Fllckner, 
Jno, Bamhisel, 
Paul Morah. .. 
Chrls'r Boyer, . 
Jacob Smith, .. 



Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 



14 
18 
18 
17 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
IK 
18 
16 
IS 
l.-> 
18 
18 
18 
18 
12 
18 
18 
14 
18 
15 
18 
14 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 



COUNTY OP BBRKS. 



288 



PAY ROLL OF PART OF CAPT. JNO. ROBNISON COMPANY 
BBRKS CY. MIUTIA— Continaed. 



Names. 




I 



WUl Ooodhart Private. 

Philip Iforah Private. 

Peter Durst Private, 

BenJ. Millard Private. 

Jacob Prusla Private. 

(Thas. Cramp Pri^-ate. 

Pred'k Harpole Private. 

Jno. IJtenkerken, Private, 

Jno. Huard Private. 

Sebastlon Weaver Private, 

BenJ. Boone Private. 

Henry Fox Private. 

Adam Baltem Private. 

Jon'n Millard Private. 

BenJ. Talbot Private, 

Peter Slych Private. 

Jno. Moyer. Private, 

Jacob Fow, Private, 

Ja«. Thomson , Private, 



WUl Kerrock, ., 
Flenry Rise, .... 
Adam Wldner, ., 
Clias. I^wlB. — 

Thcs. Sail 

Jacob Smith 

Jno. Almes 

Chrla'r Hunter, 
Jacob Quainter, 
Jacob Brown, .. 
Jno. Kline 



Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private. 



IT 

U 

n 

Is 

u 
tt 
If 
u 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

10 

10 
10 

IS 
17 
16 
U 
10 
9 
IS 
18 
18 



284 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



PAY ROLL OF LIEUT. NICHS. SEYBERTS DETACHMENT 
FOR CONTINENTAL PAY AND BOUNTY FROM OCTOR. 
17. 1781 UNTIL DEC. 18th, 1781 INCLUDING 2 DAYS 
EXTRA PAY. (c) 



t 
S 

a 

i 




Nich'8 Sybert 

Ernst Oress 

Paul Bishop 

Peter Btchbergpr, 
Jacob Welnert. .... 

Val. Cantner, 

Philip Gilbert 

Philip Rider 

Jacob Weyand, .., 

Peter Keyster 

Adam Koch, 

Henry Staner 

Peter Shmeltzer, . 

Carl Korp, 

Jno. Fisher 

Chrls'n Miller 

Maltheus Miller. . 
Adam Williams. .. 
Jacob Goodlander, 
Geo. Eisonbels. . . . 
Peter Shwartz, ... 
Jacob Kercher, ... 

Peter Seyler 

Andreas Daniel, . 
Peter Daubert, ... 



Lieut, . . 

Ser^., .. 

Sergt., .. 

Corp* I, . 

Private, 

Private, 

Private, 

Pri%'ate. 

Private, 

Private, 

Private, 

Ensign, 

Ensign, 

Ensign, 

Ensign, 

Ensign, 

Ensign. 

Ensign, 

Ensign, 

.Ensign, 

Private. 

Private. 

Private, 

Private, 

Private. 



63 
63 
63 
63 
63 
63 
63 
63 
S3 
63 
63 
63 
63 
6:] 
63 
63 
63 
63 
63 
63 
63 
6S 
63 
63 
61 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 



286 



PAY ROLL OF CAPT. GEOROB REIHM'43 COMPANY OF THE 
FIRST REGIMENT OF BERKS CO. MILA., SAMU ELY 
LT. COL. IN 1781, ON AN EXPEDITION TO NB^ TOWN, 
BUCKS COUNTY, (c.) 



I 

> 

il 

(3 

i 



Qeorge Relhm 

Jno. Weldner, 

Poter Krick 

BenJ. I»ark« 

Peter Petre 

Peter Flather 

Oeorare Donnally 

Jene Grinding: 

MIch'l Wltmyor 

Fred'k Berht 

Will Marx 

Abr'm PhlUijipi 

Jacob Kppi»l!nK«»r 

Thou. Hell 

John Becht 

Philip Grelner 

John Laab 

Peter Hoahaunr 

Fred'k Hoehouer 

r^udwlfc Herman 

Philip WagTKoner 

Jacob Krick, 

Philip Hart 

Peter Moyer 

ronrad Hornberger 

Will White 

Adam Tritch 

John Ox 

Jacob Hoffart 

MIch'l Katzenmyer 

laid'gr Katzonmyer 

Adam Whltenberifer 

John FauBt 

Will Freym«'y»»r 

John Eberhart 

OeofKf Krumlaff 

Jacob Krick 

John Hill 

Chris'n Ruth 

Peter Ulrlch 

Philip Shenckel 

Conr'd Kerchner 

Will T/exty "allait Ix>xley 

MichM Heffer 

Mlch'n Zpller, 



Capt 

raeut.. .. 

Bfwiffn, .. 
ricrk, ... 
fi^rst.. ., 
Bergt.. .. 
Sergt.. .. 
Corp., .., 
Corp., .., 
Corp., ... 
Drummer, 
FIfer. . . , 
Prl%'ate. , 
Prl%'ate, . 
Private, , 
Private, , 
Private. . 
Private, . 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private, . 
Private. . 
Private, . 
Private, , 
Private, . 
Private. . 
Private, . 
Private. . 
Private, . 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private, . 
Private, . 
Private, . 
Private, . 
Private, . 
Private, . 
Private. . 
Private. . 



U 
U 
» 
U 
U 
18 
17 
U 
19 
II 
IS 
It 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
17 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
IS 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
W 
W 
18 
18 
18 
li» 
18 
18 
IR 
W 



286 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

PAY ROLL OF CAPT. GEORGB REIHM'S COMPANY OF THE 
FIRST JIEGIMENT— Continued. 



• 




1 
t 

s 

c 


' Names. 






1 


1 



John Duck. 

Chrla'n Sheffer. . 
Will Bohannon, .. 
Anth'y Wechter, . 
Henry Sander, ... 
Henry Schreder, . 

Ulrlch Dosser 

John Hehn 

Qeo. Grelner 

Jacob Hassler, ... 

Henry Miller 

Val. Hahn 

Sam'l Ludwigr. ... 

Iim. Bfflngrer 

Philip SrnSth 

John Lolnbaoh, .. 

Henry ]A>mh 

AJ. BrelillKani. .. 

Henry Alser 

Geo. Phillppi 

Casper Greon 

And'w Fcx 

Jno, Newklrck. .. 

Geo. Sells 

Jacob FlKhthorn. 
Will Hoshower, 

Peter Feaig 

Peter Custard. .. 

Henry Baity 

*'39Q. iirontjilriffer, 
Alex'r Seitalngrer, 
George Yeager, .. 

Philip Reihm 

Jno. Zabb 

Jacob Ernst 

Henry Wicks 

Jos. Mnvil 

Jno. Kline , 

Adam Stahl 

Jno. DIehl 

. Jos. Williamson, , 

Will Knorr 

Geo. Heinlein , 

Dan'l McCoy 

Jno. Burkhard. ... 

Sam'l Cox 

Peter Gelicer 

Jno. Mover 

i'hr'.s'n Hassler, .. 



Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 



18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
IS 
IS 
18 

18 
18 

18 
18 
IS 
IK 
17 
18 
18 
IV 
18 
17 
16 
IS 
18 



COUNTY OF BBRKS. 



187 



PAT ROLL OP CAPT. GEORGE REIHM'S COMPANY OF THE 
FIRST REGIMENT— Continaed. 




I 



Jno. Fellenbawn 

Ludwlg LJst , 

Owen Deweei , 

Abr*!!! Wltman , 

Will Philips 

Peter Fauat 

Geo. Flck , 

Oeo. Miller , 

Jno. Ulrlch , 

Philip Lot •, 

Jacob Burckhart , 

Oeo. Roland 

l-Awr'ce Lorah 

John Moll 



Prl\-ate. 
Private. 
PHvate. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 



14 

U 

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It 
It 
It 
u 
It 
It 
It 
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PAY ROLL OF CAPT. KEEPER'S COMPANY OF BBRKS 
COUNTY MILITIA. 1782. (c.) 



Nainei«. 




Abraham Keofer 

Charles Ek;kart 

Christopher Wents 

Abraham Lesher 

Michael Kooser 

Frederick Mlloth 

Peter Weide 

William 0<»rhart 

George Moser 

John Old 

Jacob MiUar (deserted 14th Sept.) 

Andrew Redlngle 

Samuel nrlnRlngs 

Peter Miller 

Henr>' I^ohman 

Christopher Brizinger 



Capt. . 

Ueut., 

Ensign. 

Sergt.. 

Sergt.. 

Sergt.. 

Corpl.. , 

Corpl.. , 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 

Private, 

Private, 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 



8apC. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



Mo. Dm. 



II 
14 
IS 
IS 
14 
14 
IS 
IS 

ts 

IS 
IS 

IS 
IS 
IS 
IS 
IS 



288 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



PAY ROLL OF CAPT. KEEPER'S COMPANY OF BERKS 
COUNTY MIUTIA, 1782— Continued. 







David Gibson 

John Slaugrhcnhaup 

John Millar 

Clirl*toplif?r Fry 

Stoph«1 ^Subcr 

*■?♦-- ire- \^'.^t.iti.»^^ 

Thomaa Morris 

Andrew Hertxingrer (deserted), 

Michael Isingleour 

John Eftrn«y 

PeUr Kock, 

Buckhart Coleman 

John Fox, 

Jacob Zeller 

Peter Williams 

Jacob Hartman 

John Reigart 

NlcholM Zlbett 

Georie Helsler, 

Jacob Friomhel»*r, 

Henry R€tff 

Michael R«es«^, 

B«Ttian] Mo>'er 

Chriitlan He^ndrlcks 

CbrJ»tlan Bachman 

Jacob Bcflrman, 

Abrabara Beertnan. 

Jonaa Weaver 

Cbrlitlan Qregory 

John Hutier, 

Oecrfe He^lfner 

Chrlstoplfiflr Mttfn?t«', 

Henry Yoxhelmer 

William Shuman 

Dnnl^l RIttenhouse 

John Rlttpnhouse 

rjeorc-o Marti 

fr-vi'.l Mantz 

rhnrlos Kook 



Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Prlvat»>. 
Prlvato. 
T'rlvate. 



Sept. 


10, 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


10, 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


10, 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


10, 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


10, 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


10, 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


17. 


Sept. 


17. 


Sept. 


17, 


Sept. 


17. 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


19. 


Sept. 


19. 


Sept. 


19. 


Sept. 


19. 


Sept. 


19. 


Sept. 


10, 


Sept. 


10, 



Mo. Das. 



23 

23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
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23 
23 



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290 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



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291 



PAY ROlAa OF ENSIGN NICH'S CONRAD'S PARTY OF 
BERKS CO. MILITIA GUARDING COM'N PRISONERS, (c.) 



Names. 



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Sergrt.... 
Corpl.,.. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 



Nicholas Conrad 

Geor^ Donnelly. 

G«orge Neeson 

Jacob Yodder 

Jacob Kllmrman 

Pred. OraefT 

Nlchs. Sherrer 

Peter Smith 

Jacob Merile 

Wm. Deame 

George Snell 

Jacob Petery 

Georgre Gardiner 

Danl. McCoy 

Michl. SeltzlHKer 

Andreas Shaber j Private, 

George Rectlneyer [Private, 

Jno. Fulweyler | Private, 

Abm. Durst i Private. 

Ootfrey Lehman I Private, 

Jno. Felix j Private, 

Ludwlck Keyser 

Paul Blngeman 

Matthias Koch 

Jacob Kessel 

Thomas Sin j Private, 

Adam Keltel j Private, 

Philip Klingcr [Private, 

Geo. Rowland Private, 

Jos. Williams Private, 

George Yager Private, 



Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 



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I 18... 

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67 
67 
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67 
46 
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47 
61 
66 
67 
67 
68 
67 
64 
64 



292 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



SERJEANT GEO. EISENPEIS DETACHMENT OF BERKS 
CO'Y MILITIA GUARDING CONVENTION PRISONERS 
(c.) 



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17 Feb. to Apr. 20, 


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20 Feb. to Apr. 20, 


60 


Private, . 


20 Feb. to Apr. 20, 


60 


Private, . 


20 Feb. to Apr. 20, 


60 


Private, . 


20 Feb. to Apr. 20, 


60 


Private. . 


2(rFeb. to Apr. 20, 


60 


Private, . 


20 Feb. to Apr. 20. 


60 


Private, . 


17 Feb. to Apr. 20, 


63 


Private, . 


17 Feb. to Apr. 20, 


63 


Private. . 


17 Feb. to Apr. 20, 


63 


Private, . 


17 Feb. to Apr. 20. 


63 


Private. . 


17 Feb. to Apr. 20, 


63 


Private, . 


20 Feb. to Apr. 20, 


60 


Private. . 


20 Feb. to Apr. 20. 


60 


Private. . 


20 Feb. to Apr. 20, 


60 


Private, . 


2-) Feb. lo Apr. 20. 


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Q«o. Eisenpels 

Philip Klinsrer, Senr 

Jacob AlbreKbt 

Philip Selfert 

Mich'l Sidle "allaa Seidel, 

Peter Smith 

Daniel Davis 

Alexr. Isenpelse 

David Olhson 

Geo. Heckman 

Henry Wicks, 

Peter Kehly 

Ben Thompson 

And. Isenpelse 

Jno. I.,ewi8 

Jno. Miller 

Philip Kllnsrer, Jr 



COUNTY OF BBRK8. 



288 



PAY ROLL OF LT. JAS. GLEAVE'S DBTACHMBNT OF 
BERKS CO. MILITIA GUARDING ' CONVENTION PRIS- 
ONERS, (c.) 



Namt. 



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James Gleave 

John Brooks 

£«mst. Or«ase 

Anthony Wechter, . 

Chrisn. Moody 

Berk Bechtel. 

Wm. E«vans 

Owen Williams 

John Blttler 

John Moore, 

Adam Hccker» 

Bastlan Deam 

Michl. Spleelein. ... 

Daniel Kouts 

George Iseplse, 

And. Isepise 

Jno. Miller, 

»>eler Feldl** 

Jacob Isenhowe 

And. Shenefall. 

Alexr. Iseplse 

Wm. Harper 

Jno. Bowers 

Martin Moody 

Chrisn. Fllckner, . . . 

Jno. Yocum 

Jno. Patton (settled). 

Ben Workman 

r'hrisn. Zimmerman. 

Matthias Wise 

George Glass 

Charles Boyor 

Jno. Redermele , 

Dan Davis 

Philip Miller 

Chrisn. renter , 

Philip Wise 

George T^eder 

Henr>' Waggoner 



Jno. KUnger "alias Kllger,' 
Nichs. Madery, : 



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294 



ASSQCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



PAY ROLL OF A DETACHMENT COMMANDED BY LIEUT. 
SPATZ GUARDING THE CONVENTION PRISONERS OF 
WAR NEAR READING, (c.) 



Names. 




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Jacob SpaU Ll«ut 

Jno. Shenefelder, | Sergrt 

Henry Wasgoner Corp 

Valentine Kelser ; Private, . 

Danl. Wolf 

Jonas Steel. i 

Jno, Ox 

Jacob Herman 

Peter Brown 

Chrlsn. Richard i 



64 
64 
6S 
64 
6S 
64 
64 
64 
64 
64 



Peter Daubert 63 



Henry Keller 

Prance Offer 

Fredk. Bawm 

Leonard Boyer 

Geo. Strieker 

Geo. Cole 

Will Stnink 

Jno. Hemmlngrer, 

Henry Hoffman 

Chrisn. Snyder 

Jacob Berlet, Private, . 

Peter Clemence Private, . 

Henry Spengler Private, . 

Geo. Fisher, Private,. 

Abrm. Eoff I Private,. 

Peter DIppel Private,. 

Henry Gerret Private,. 

Alexr. KUnger Private,. 

Geo. Freeman | Private, . 

Dava. Kumerer ' Private, . 

Peter Miller Private.. 



62 
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62 
62 
63 
64 
68 
64 
64 
64 
64 
64 
62 
62 
62 
61 
61 
62 
60 
50 
28 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 



295 



BERKS COUNTY BATTAUON. (a.) 



Colonel. 



Henry Haller. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Nicholas Lutz, taken prisoner on Long Island. 

Major. 



Captains. 



Edward Burd. 

Jacob Graul. 
Joseph Hiester. 
Jacob Maurer. 
John Ludwig. 
John Old. 

Dougless. 

Peter Decker, taken prisoner on Long Island. 

Lieutenant. 
John King, of Douglass* company. 

Ensign. 
Nicholas Brown, of Hiester's company. 




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COUNTY OF BUCKS, (a) 



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(298) 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



299 



BUCKS COUNTY LIEUTENANTS. 



Col. Joseph Kirkbride, May 9, 1777. 
Joseph Hart. M'ch. 26, 1780. 
Francis Murray, Nov. 17, 1783. 



BUCKS COUNTY SUB-UEUTENANTS. 



William Crawford, March 12, 1777. 

John Lacey, March 12, 1777. 

Andrew Kichlein, March 12, 1777. 

Samuel Smith, Aug. 6, 1777 

John Gill, Aug. 6, 1777. 

George Wall, Apr. 1, 1778. 

George Wall, Junior, March 29, 1780. 

Joshua Anderson, March 29, 1780. 

Wm. McHenry, (vice Kichlein, dec'd,) Oct. 10, 1781. 

Joshua Anderson, Aug. 7, 1797. 



Wagon-Masters. 



Thomas Gondner, 1780. 

Edmund Nutt, 1780. 

Samuel Smith, Quarter Master. 

Samuel Davis, Quarter Master, 1781. 

Thomas Craig, Forage Master. 

John Wood, Oct., 1781. 



300 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



BUCKS COUNTY ASSOCIATORS. (a.) 



FIRST BATTALION. 



uist of Officers for the First Battalion of Bucks county, 1775. 



Colonel. . 
Joseph Klrkbride. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Alexander Anderson. 

First Major. 
Joseph Penrose. 

Second Major. 
Joseph Mcllvain, of Bristol. 



NEWTOWN COMPANY. 



Roll of the First Associated Company for the Township of 
Newtown, taken the 21st day of August, 1775. (a.) 



Captain. 
Francis Murray. 

First Lieutenant. 
Robert Ramsey. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Joseph Griffith. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



801 



Privates. 



Henry Vanhom. 
John Johnston. 
Andrew McMinn. 
John Eastwick. 
Thomas Huston. 
Archibald McCorkel. 
Eman Scott. 
James McCoy. 
Nathaniel Twining. 
Patrick Hunter. 
William Bateman. 
Charles McLaughlin. 
John Randall. 
Robert McDowell. 
Joseph Dyer. 
John Reeder. 
Solomon Park. 
William Murflte. 
Abram Johnston. 
Henry Lowell. 
Peter Laffertson. 
Abram Lowell. 
Joshua Vanhorn. 
John Murflts. 



John Price. 
John Vanhom. 
John Dalton. 
James Huston. 
David McMorris. 
Ihomas Tardley. 
John Atkinson, Jr. 
Samuel Tolbert 
James Shirkey. 
Robert Watson. 
Anthony Teate. 
John Gregg. 
John Roney. 
Linter Davids. 
James Allen. 
John Bailey. 
Christian Vanhorn. 
George Johnston. 
George Hopkins Burden. 
Francis Harrison. 
Thomas Lowrie. 
Abram Stark. 
Thomas Harvey. 
John Moody. 



BBNSALEM COMPANY. 



Roll of the Second Associated Company for Bensalem Town- 
ship, Bucks county, August 19. 1775 (a.) 



Captain. 
John Jarvis. 



First Lieutenant. 
Nathaniel Vansant. 



302 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



John Harrison. 
James Miller. 



William Albertson. 
James McNeal. 



John Kidd, Esq. 
Leonard Vandegrift 
James Benezett 
Richard Gibbs. 
Alexander Anderson. 
John Vandegrift, Sr. 
Joseph Penrose. 
William Smith. 
James How. 
Jacob Vandegrift, Sr. 
John Harrison. 
John Bennett. 
Harman Titus. 
Abraham Larew. 
Nathaniel Vansant 
Peter Vansant. 
Jacob Horton. 
Jacob Vandegrift, Jr. 
James Miller. 
Isaac Larew. 
Thomas Shearman. 
Jacob Jackson. 
William DeCoursey. 
David Walton. 



Second Lieutenant. 
Jacob Vandegrift, Sr. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Vandegrift, Jr. 

Clerk. 
William McKissack. 

Sergeants. 

Jacob Johnson. 
Joseph Cox. 

Corporals. 



David Sypler. 
George Albertson. 



Privates. 



Henry Bouser. 
Samuel Benezett. 
John Evans. 
Stephen Benezett. 
Lawrence Johnson, Jr. 
Leonard Vandegrift, Sr. 
Thomas Kroddon. 
Benjamin Swerns. 
Cornelius Foster. 
Serick Titus. 
John Jarvice. 
Joseph Clerk. 
John Johnson. 
Lewis Ward. 
Jacob Vandegrift. 
Jacob Johnson. 
Daniel Swerns. 
David Sypler. 
Jesse Jackson. 
Richard Dun. 
Isaac Morford. 
Edward Burns. 
John Barstow. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



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Abraham Larew, Jr. 
Richard Shees. 
William McKissack. 
Daniel Statts. 
Thomas Foster. 
Adam Weaver. 
John Paulwit 
Lawrence Vandegritt. 
Isaac Johnson. 
Henry Whiteman. 
William Brodnax. 
John Commons. 
Joseph Cox. 
John Stoneman. 
Joseph Allen. 
Isaac Anderson. 
James Vandsdollar. 
Garrett Vansant 
Richard Sands. 
George Alberson. 
Phillip Ramson. 
Francis Cruson. 
Barnard Vankirk. 



George Anderson. 
Nicholas Laxelear. 
David Dungan. 
Henry Johnson. 
James Statts. 
Jacob Vandegrift 
William Cox. 
Joseph Sands. 
Richard Gaheen. 
Nicholas Johnson, Ifln'r. 
John Brown. 
John Catcham. 
Samuel Campble. 
James McNeal. 
Jacob Bouser. 
David Larew. 
George Plumly. 
John Dorson. 
James Crelghton. 
Miles Strickland. 
John Plumly. 
William Stone. 
David Terry. 



LOWER MAKEFIELD COMPANY. 



Roll of the Third Associated Company for Lower Makefifld 
Township, Bucks county, August 19th, 1776. (a.) 



Captain. 
Peter Vansant. 



First Lieutenant. 
William Harvey. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Oornelius Vansant. 



304 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Bnsign. 
Richard StUlwell. 



Privates. 



Adam Warburton. 
Philip Slack. 
Joshua Anderson. 
John Tonls. 
John Robins. 
Nicholas Lfaaeeere. 
Benjamin Vanhom. 
William White. 
Peter Robarts. 
Joseph Hutchinson. 
Samuel Poole. 
Edward Ridlor. 
William Stackhouse. 
Nathaniel Combes. 
Joseph More. 
Moses Neald. 
Amos Thackery. 
Henery Shaver. 
Cornelius Mahon. 
Daniel Palmer. 
Calop Palmer. 
Matthew Welch. 
Gabriel Vansant. 
Malon Brown. 
Samuel Brodnex. 
Timothy Slack. 
Thomas Slack. 
Cornelius Slack. 
Abraham Slack. 
Cornelius Slack, Sr. 
James Slack. 
Philip Philte. 
George Bennet. 



John Burton. 
Robert Shillings. 
Thomas Unton. 
Thomas Rukey. 
John Milnor. 
Richard Plumer. 
Joseph Albout. 
John Albout. 
Thomas Lahing. 
Nathan Doutey. 
John GuUerry. 
James Yolty. 
James Fullerton. 
Phineas Cary. 
Henry Raleman. 
Adam Norris. 
Isaiah Wiley. 
Joseph Slack. 
Daniel Price. 
John Brown. 
Joseph Henry. 
Benjajmin Fleming. 
Owen Loveet. 
David Cutlor. 
Edward Wharton. 
William Wens. 
John Doughty. 
Benjamin Palmar. 
Joshua Palmor. 
John Yobe. 
John Lazelere. 
James Wlnnor. 
Noah Slack. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



805 



NORTHAMPTON ASSOCIATORS. 



Roll of the Fourth Aesociated Company of Northampton Town- 
ship, Bucks County, taken pursua'nt to the direction of the 
Committee of Safety, August the Idth. 1776. (a.) 



Captain. 
Henry Lott; aged 68 

First Lieutenant. 
Gerardus Wyncoop. 

Second Lieutenant. 
John Kroesen. 



Ensign. 
John Thompson. 



Privates. 



John Addis, Jr. 

Enoch Addis. 

Arthur Bennett. 

John Bennett. 

Isaac Bennett, swamp. 

John Bennett, Jr. 

John Bennett, Arthur's soa 

William Bennett. 

Isaac Bennett. 

Jacob Bennett. 

Acrian Bennett. 

[saac Bennett, Oeo.'s son. 

Guliam Cornel. 

Rem Cornel. 

John Cornel. 

Jacob Carol. 

Benjamin Carrol. 

Christian Corsen. 

Cornelius Corsen. 

20— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



Daniel Corsen. 

Cornelius Corsen, Jr. 

Henry Corsen. 

Hugh Cummins. 

James Cox. 

William Carter, cooper. 

John Carter. 

Abram DuBois. 

Jacob Duffield. 

Henry Dyer. 

Charles Dyer. 

Ellas Dungan. 

Garret Dungan. 

Thomas Dungan. 

Joseph Dungan. 

Jesse Dungan. 

Jeremiah Dungan, Jer's son. 

Thomas Dungan, Jer's son. 

Hugh Evans. 



306 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Gawn Edems. 
Joseph Fenton, Jr. 
John Fenton. 
Cornelius Fenton. 
Henry Feaster. 
David Feaster. 
Nathaniel Fetherby. 
Nathan Gilbert 
James Greg. 
Christian Hageman. 
John Hageman, Jr. 
Adrian Hageman. 
Thomas Hellings. 
William Harvey. 
John Kroesen. 
Jacob Kroesen. 
Gerret Kroesen. 
Gerret Kroesen, John's son. 
Joseph Knowles. 
Christian Keyser. 
Gerret Kroesen, weaver. 
Arthur Leffertse. 
Leffert Leffertse. 
Abram Leffertse. 
Richard Ledom. 
William Mannington. 
Timothy McGlnness. 
Jacob Myers. 
>Daniel McDaniel. 
Geoge Parsons. 
Robert Parsons. 
William Parsons. 
Samuel Richardson. 
Clement Richardson. 
Jeremiah Richardson. 
Joseph Richardson. Jr. 
Jonathan Shaw. 
Anns. Suber. 
John Hayes. 
Robert McMasters. 



Hugh Tomb. 
John Thompson. 
William Randies. 
John Handle. 
John Roberts. 
John Rankin. 
John Toijbet. 
John Porter. 
Stafford Graham. 
Robert Johnson. 
Robert McGrady. 
Joseph Parker. 
Gerret Vanarsdalen. 
Benjamin Vanhorn. 
Isaac Vanhorn. 
Benjamin Vanhorn, Jr 
Isaac Vanhorn, Jr. 
David Vanhorn. 
Robert Vanhorn. 
James Vansant. 
Simon Vanarsdalen. 
Henry Stoneman. 
Steven Howel. 
Jonathan Willard. 
George Willard. 
William Wiggins. 
Reyneir Bennett. 
Farrington Vandeventer. 
Henry Wynkoop. 
Isaac Wynkoop. 
Thomas Searle. 
Mathias Wesner. 
George Meysner. 
Francis Taggart. 
Paul Judge. 
Phillip Dracord. 
John Fisher. 
Joseph TomliDson 
Levy Choepin. 
James Brown. 



COUNTY OP BUCKa 
MIDDLBTOWN TOWNSHIP COMPANY. 



SOT 



Roll of the Fifth Associated Company of Biiddletown Town- 
ship, Bucks county, August ye 21st, 1776. (a.) 



John Lodey. 
John Creaper. 
Thomas Barnet. 
Samuel Windon. 
George Subers. 
Garret Vanhorne. 
Peter Baker. 
David Marpole. 
Nathan Belford. 
John Subers. 
Linton Davis. 
Hugh Steel. 
Amos Brelsford. 
George Vansant. 
Joseph White. 
James Gregg, 
John Gregg. 
Hugh Tomson. 
John Grant. 
David Johnson. 
Patrick Gregg. 



Captain. 
Augustin Willet 

First Lieutenant 
John .Goslin. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Thomas Miller. 

Ensign. 
Anthony Rue. 

Privates. 



Peter Goslin. 
Joseph Mode. 
Francis White. 
John Mitchel, Jr. 
John Tomson. 
James Winner. 
Anthony Right. 
Nathaniel Price. 
Jacob Taulbert. 
James Hibbs, Jr. 
John Carpenter. 
Thomas Huddleson. 
George Huddleson. 
William Huddleson. 
Joseph Ashten. 
Joseph Vanhorn. 
Jacob Durk. 
Isaac Pearson. 
Michael Gregg. 
Jacob Doughty. 
Jacob Stegers. 



808 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Nicholas Stackhouse. 
Gabril Vanhorn. 
Anthony Tate. 
Richard Rue. 
Francis Tites. 
John Belford. 
Anthony Pine. 
John Paul. 
Jonathan Hlbbs. 
William Goslin. 
Daniel LeRue. 
Gabril Vanhorn, Jr. 
Lares Rue. 
Josiah Supple. 
Peter Vanhorn. 



Isiah Vanhorn. 
Gristoffel Rue. 
Gesper Harding. 
James Cleland. 
Joshua Rue. 
Timothy Knoles. 
Thomas Barton, Jr. 
Jacob Vanhorn. 
William More. 
John Vansant. 
Joseph Stackhouse. 
Mathew Rue. 
Peter Vanhorne, Jr. 
John Neel. 



SOUTHAMPTON COMPANY. 



Roll of the Sixth Associated Company for the Township of 
Southampton, Bucks County, August ye 19th. 1775. (a.) 



Captain. 
John Folwell. 

First Lieutenant. 
Walter Willet. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Garret Vansant. 

Ensign. 
Zephaniah Lott. 



Henry Krewscn. 
Arthur Watts. 
Seth Banes. 



Privates. 



Eavid Praul. 
Thomas P^olwell. 
Godfrey Vandaren. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



309 



Joshua Praul. 
James Banes. 
Thomas Banes. 
John Folwell. 
Matthias Fenton. 
Leonard Krewson. 
Daniel Hogeland. 
Joseph Seddall. 
Joseph Vanpelt. 
Matthew Banes. 
Dirck Hogeland. 
Simon Vanassdaul, Jr. 
Daniel Vanpelt. 
Jacob Vandike. 
John Kroeson. 
John Williams. 
Joseph Feraby. 
Peter Strickler. 
William Maghee. 
Jacob Vansant. 
Cornelius Vandike, Jr. 
Hugh Ervins. 
John Hagerman. 
Nicholas Vansant. 
Joshua Ward. 
William Cornel. 
John Dance. 
James Evans. 
Samuel Mitchel. 
Andrew Wiley. 
Isaac Vanpelt. 
James Garey. 
Benjamin Corson. 
Jacob Strickler, Jr. 
Edman States. 



Felix Lott 
William Carter. 
James Searl. 
Joseph Danie. 
Samuel Coard. 
Levi Vanhorn. 
Joseph Banes. 
Jonathan Thomas. 
John Vansant. 
William Vansant. 
John Groom. 
David Ballard. 
John Carter. 
Nicholas Vanarsdaler. 
Malacia Ritchardson. 
Thomas Wilson. . 
Jacob Randle. 
Jonathan Harding. 
Jacob Randle, Jr. 
Simon. Vanarsdaler. 
John Thomas. 
Wiliam Vansciver. 
William Swiney. 
Samuel Twinning, Jr. 
Frederick Miares. 
Joseph Swiney. 
Benjamin States. 
Samuel Biles. 
Obediah Willett. 
Peter Craft. 
William Vanhorn. 
John Vanpelt. 
William McCormick. 
Thomas Walch. 
Ralph Briggs. 



FALLS COMPANY. 



Roll of the Seventh Associated Company of Falls Township 
Bucks County, August ye 21st, 1775. (a.) 



Captain. 
Thomas Harvey. 



310 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



First Lieutenant. 
Thomas Janney. 

Secqpd Lieutenant. 
George Brown, Jr. 

Ehisign. 
Daniel Bunting. 

Privates. 



William Klrkpatrick. 
John Wood. 
Lamb Bitnor. 
John Roberts. 
John Hughes. 
Thomas Bitts. 
Hugh Moorton. 
John Borrows. 
Thomas Butcher. 
Benjamin Wood. 
Henry Fagan. 
William Johnson. 
John Sotcher. 
William Parsons. 
William Vasey. 
Stephen Carter. 
William Ferguson. 
John Antrum. 
Thomas Thompson. 
Robert Crozer. 
Alexander Reckey. 
Samuel Barras. 
Richard Hough. 
John Hough. 
James Carr. 
John Keen. 
Daniel Lovett. 



Thomas Strandling. 
Samuel Weagit. 
Folard Vandegrift. 
Richard Clark. 
William Houghton. 
Amos Shaw. 
Henry Neafur. 
Joseph Shaw. 
John Vandegrift. 
Josiah Morgan. 
William Rice. 
John Bryan. 
John Tharp. 
Jacob Singleton. 
William Gore. 
John Blair. 
Charles Janney. 
Joseph Doble. 
John Breading. 
Joseph Bunting, Jr. 
John Cams. 
William Gilles. 
John Bates. 
Joseph Crozer. 
Edmond Fagan. 
John Nugant. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



811 



BRISTOL COMPANY. 



Roll of the Light Infantry Associated Company in Bristol 
Borough and Township, October 9, 1775. (a.) 



Major. 
Joseph Mcllvain. 

Captain. 
William Mcllvain. 

First Lieutenant. 
Abram Britton. 

Second Lieutenant. 
John Priestley. 



James Ledden, first. 



Daniel Kennedy, first. 



Benjamin Rue. 
William DeNormandie. 
Jacob Harman. 
Martin Heyleman. 
William Burris. 
John Curren. 
Stephen Guyon. 
William George. 
Jonathan Ring. 
Thomas Wright. 
John Broom. 
John Edgar. 
Dennis Dailey. 



Sergeants. 

John Boydne, second. 

Corporals. 

John Lyne, second. 

Privates. 

James Barber. 
Isaac Leech. 
William Burke. 
Francis Stackhouse. 
Joshua Wright 
Thomas Scott. 
Samuel Brailsford. 
Jonathan Wright. 
Charles Wright. 
Joshua Carrigan. 
Richard Mitchell. 
Edward Walsted. 
John Sullivan. 



312 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Henry Mitchell. 
Lewis Rue. 
Joseph BurdoD. 
John Murray. 
William Stackhouse. 
Charles Pumell. 
John Bennett 
Charles Mellen. 
John Ash. 
James Heaton. 
William Barber. 
John Barnsley. 
John Dawson. 
James Wick^ 
Lawrence Johnston. 
David Guyont. 



Daniel Bunting. 
William Allen. 
Jiles Ramsay. 
John Stackhouse. 
Peter Lyne. 
John Leland. 
Thomas Murphy. 
Obadiah Wilday. 
Joseph Madget. 
John Stevens. 
Abram Foster. 
Ralph Boon. 
Michael Stackhouse. 
James . McNeil. 
John Mitchell. 
Andrew Stoop. 



[The Following List consists of those who tho' formerly 
associated have paid little, and some of them no attendance.] 



Josiah Suplee. 
Henry Ketlaer.* 
Thomas Martin.* 
Daniel Thompson.* 
William Race.* 
Joseph Kees.* 
Charles Bessonett.* 
Joseph White.* 
James Flowers. 
Richard Gosline. 
William Poole.* 
Robert Patterson. 
Charles Wilday.* 



John Herd.* 
George Norton.* 
Samuel Kinsay.* 
Robert Swan.* 
Joshua Rue.* 
David Edgar. 
Samuel Herd. 
William Parker.* 
John Ellwood. 
Benjamin McDaniels. 
Peter Brown. 
William Heton.t 
Robert Frame.f 



N. B.— Those marked ♦ pay no attendance, and those marked 
t have been discharged for misdemeanor. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. .313 

A LIST OF MUSQUETTS RECEIVED BY JOSEPH McILr 
VAINE BRISTOL TOWNSHIP, (c.) 



John Ooslln £ 1. 6. 

Tim Merrick 8. 16. 

John SIsom 4. 0. 

William Slaom, ». 10. 

Jos. White, 2. 6. 

Will Walton. i. 0. 

John Brown, 4. 10. 

Crlat Menneck 2. 5. 

Heart Ricky 0. 0. 

John Hutchison, 1. 3. 

Joseph Brown 1. 6. 

John Wright. 0. 0. 

Jonat Ring 1. 6. 

John Clark Mason 1. 0. 

Anthony Tomllnson, 1. 0.0 

Garret Vanhorn, 1. 10. 

Job Stackhouse 1. 10. 

Wm. Newllng 1. 0. 

Isaac Gale 2. 10. 

Joseph Tomllnson, 1. 8. 

Benjamin Swain, 1. 0. 

Robert Patterson 1. 5. 

John Dowdrey, 0. 0. 

Thorn. Cabe, 2. 2. 6 

David Headly 1. 0.0 

John Holmes, 1. 0.0 

Joseph Brallsford 1. 5. 

John Person 1. 5.0 

Molly Barrls 1. 10. 

Anthony Barker, 1. 0. 

John Booze 1. 0.0 

William Bidgroode 1. 3. 

Aaron Wright. 2. 5. 

John Martin, 1. 5.0 

Joseph Buntln, 1. 2. 6 

Robert Smith 2. 10. 

Phil Streaker. 2. 0. 

John Greer 2. 10. 

Jacob Lanceater 0. 0. 

John Cox, 1. 2. 6 

Ebenezer Llndy (?), 1. 5. 

A Piece unmarked ; 1. 10. 

Joshua Headly, 1. 15. 

John Clark 5. 10. 

Joseph Mekelvain 8. 10. 



22. 15. 



We the subscribers being appointed appraisers of the above 
arms do hereby certify that we have appraised them as above 
mentioned against the owners names the 27th. day of July 
1776. 

JOHN CLARK. 

BENJ. BRITTON. 

CHARLES BBSSONETT. 



814 AS90CIATORS AND MILITIA. 

A LIST OF THE MUSQUETTS RECEIVED IN BENSALEM 
BY ME OR MY ORDERS. 

JOSEPH McILVAINE. (c.) 



William Smith, 50 shillings. Jacob Lightwood, 40 shillings. 

Daniel Stort.O. * James How, 65 shillings. 

George Hicks, 55 shillings. Giles Knight, 0. 

Thom's Stapler, 0. Bamet Vankirk, 0. 

Ric'rd Gibs, 45 shillings. Phillip Sipler, 50 shillings. 

Wiirm Decoursy, 40 shillings. Thomas Ridge, 65 shillings. 

Abra'hm Lrau, 55 shillings. William Allen, 30 shillings. 

John Bennet, 0. Jacob Vandegraft, 60 shillings. 

Benjamin Jerry, 40 shillings. John Kidd. 

The Musquetts not Marked on the Brich are given. 

We the undersigned being desired by Major Mcllvaine to 
Value the guns Recevd from the Different persons above 
named have viewed and examined the same and are iif 
opplnlon that they are worth the Sums put Down opisite to 
each Name, & those marked 00 are worth nothing. 

Wlttness our Hands at Bensalem 27 July 1776. 

JOHN KIDD. 
RICH'D GIBBS. 
JOHN VANDEGRIFT. 



FIRST BATTALION, (a.) 

Colonel. 
Hugh Tomb, May 6, 1777. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
James McMasters, May 6, 1777. 

Major. 
John Folwell, May 6, 1777. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



815 



FIRST COMPANY. 



Captain. 
William McConky. May 6. 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Samuel Torbert. May 6. 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Joseph Matthews, May 6. 1777. 

Ensign. 
James Matthews, May 6, 1777. 



SECOND COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Robert Ramsey, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Thomas Huston, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Abraham Johnston, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Andrew McMin, May 6, 1777. 



THIRD COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Abram Du Bois, May 6. 1777. 



316 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

First Lieutenant. 
Leffert Lefferts, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Simon Vanasdel, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
George Parsons, May 6, 1777. 



FOURTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
William Neely, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
John Keith, May 6, 1777.* 

Second Lieutenant. 
John Parker, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
John Van Horn, May 6, 1777. 



FIFTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Zephaniah Lott, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Garret Vansant, May 6, 1777. 

Sf^cond Lieutenant. 
Thomas Wilson, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Henry Krewsen, May 6, 1777. 



(BOUNTY OF BUCKS. 
SIXTH COMPANY. 



»17 



Captain. 
Josiah Daws, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Ralph Williamson, May 6. 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Simon Sacket, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Samuel McDaniel, May 6, 1777. 



SEVENTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Joseph Hart, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Silas Gilbert, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
John McDowel, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
John Reney, May 6, 1777. 



EIGHTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 



Gawn Adams, May 6, 1777. 



318 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

First Lieutenant. 
Garret Dunghen, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
John Fenton, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Cruse, May 6, 1777. 



A RETURN OF THE FIVE BATTALIONS OF BUCKS 
COUNTY MILITIA. 



i 



^ I 1 1 



8 ^ Si 






Hugh Tomb, Col., ... 
Arthur Erwin, Col., 
John Keller, Col.. ..-. 
William Roberts, Col. 
Joseph Mcllwain, Col. 



Total, 







23 


32 


8 


8 


490 






23 


32 


8 


8 


sto 




I i 


£3 


32 


8 


8 


5S1 






13 


32 


8 


8 


600 




1 g 


U 


82 


8 


8 


630 


5 5 

1 


5 40 


119 


160 


40 


40 


2.791 



By order of JOSEPH KIRKBRIDE, Lieut. B. C. 

SAMUEL SMITH, S. L. B. 



STATION OF BUCKS COUNTY COMPANIES. 



At Bristol. July 31, 1777, under Command of Col. Hugh 
Tomb: 

Captain William McConkey 50 

Captain John Thompson 47 

Captain William Pugh 66 



COUNTY OP BUCSKS. 119 

Captain Jacob Shrup, SO 

Captain Nicholas Patterson, S6 

Total Rank and File, 219 



At Billingsport, August 13, 1777, under Command of Lieu- 
tenant Colonel James McMasters: 

Captain Robert Ramsey, SI 

Captain John Thomas, 48 

Captain John Wood, 49 

Captain David Mellenger, 109 

Total Rank and ^le, 2S2 



At Billingsport, August 26, 1777, under Command of Majmr 
John Folwell: 

Captain Abraham DuBois, 81 

Lieutenant John Keith, 26 

Captain Robert Thorn, 79 

Captain John Harrison, 27 

Captain Jacob Bourch 30 

Total Rank and File, 192 

At Billingsport. November 12, 1777. 

Captain Zephanlah Lott 13 

Captain Henry Lott ^r 19 

Captain Abraham Britton, 8 

Captain Elijah 10 

Total Rank and File, 62 



FIRST BATTALION, (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
James McMasters. May 10, 1780. 

Major 
Abraham DuBois. May 10, 1780. ^ 



320 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



FIRST COMPANY. 



Captain. 
William Carter, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Daniel Hogland, May 10, 1780. 

EInsign. 
Peter Strickland, May 10, 1780. 



SECOND COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Gawin Adams, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Garret Dungan, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Kroesen, May 10, 1780. 



THIRD COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Joseph Hart, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant 
John McDowell, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Harman V^nsant. May 10. 1780. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. Stl 

FOURTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Ralph Williamson. May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant 
John Vanpelt, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
James Barren, May 10, 1780. 



FIFTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
John Jamison, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant 
William Walker, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Robert Jamison, May 10, 1780. 



SIXTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
-, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant 
-, May 10, 1780. 



Ensign. 
William Reed, May 10, 1780. 

21— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



SEVENTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Liefford Leffordson, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant 
Simon Vanasdalen, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
George Parsons, May 10, 1780. 



EIGHTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Wiliiam Walker, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
William Richey, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Alexander Long, May 10, 1780. 



FIRST BATTALION, (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
James MpMasters, May 21, 1781. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



82a 



A RETURN OF THE OFFICERS AND PRIVETS THAT 
MARCHED THE 3 OCTOBER 1781 FOR NEW TOWN IN 
BUCKS COUNTY BY ORDER OF COUNCIL, (c.) 



Captain. 
Robert Elton. 

Lieut 
Joseph Fleming. 

Ins'n. 
John Haws. 



Clerk 
Thomas Brooks. 



Joseph Walker. 
James Irven, Sen'r. 
William Ellate. 
Peter Fleming. 
David McCrory. 
Edward Brookes. 
John Few. 
Nathaniel Maxwell. 
William Allen. 
William Tompson. 
James Irven, Juner. 
Thomas Corral. 
Philip Williams. 
Elisha Crisman. 
Thomas Tempil. 
Thomas Vance. 
James Batten. 
Robert Davis. 
Jacob Fisler. 
Aguila Jones. 
Abraham Graham. 
David Eavens. 
John Kealey. 
Conrad Kealey. 



Josey Broos. 
Joseph Broos. 
Arthur McClain. 
Alaxandron McClain. 
Ephram Robison. 
George Gibbeney. 
Samual Ashton. 
Andrew Boggs. 
John Storrot 
James Starrat. 
James Leget. 
John Suliven. 
David Tompson. 
John Tomson. 
Isaac Philips. 
Sammual Miller. 
William Bell. 
David Robison. 
Isaac Robison. 
Hugh Miller. 
Isral Irven. 
Zakel Irven. 
Dannial Grahams. 
James Madden. 



324 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Robert Liget. 
John Hannan. 
Edward Hannan. 
Ealijah Smith. 
Robert Jack. 
John Smith. 
James Jack. 
William Rogers. 
David nanet. 
William Battay. 
Sammual Weor. 
Charles Dagman. 
John Ward. 
John Wallis. 
Patrick McDoal. 
William Calwell. 
William Carson. 
Robert Carson. 
Joseph Darlington. 



John Darlington. 
Andrew Forbes. 
Thomas Harris. 
Joseph Dugan. 
David Jinkins. 
James Gill. 
George McKinley. 
George Devllin. 
William Long. 
Samual Harkens. 
William Guttaray. 
Neal McNeal. 
James Karr. 
James Lusk. 
Robert Lusk. 
William Morall. 
John Hackman. 
Radlng Howel. 
Saml McClaln. 



UPPER MAKEFIELD COMPANY. 



Roll of the Associated Company for Upper Makefleld town- 
ship, Bucks county, taken August 19, 1775. (a.) 



Joseph Roberds. 
Barnard Vanhorn. 
John Vanhorn. 
Abraham Vanhorn. 
Jeremiah Vanhorn. 
William Vanhorn. 
Patrick Lew. 
William McAlhoes. 
James Matthews. 
John McKuncy. 
William Davis. 
James Stevens. 
Solomon McAnler. 
William Neely. 
James Brown. 



Jacob Drake. 
Jacob McConkey. 
William McConkey. 
James McNard. 
John Keith. 
John Parker. 
James Hennacy. 
Walter Bures. 
John Fenemor. 
John Ryley. 
Joseph Matthews. 
Joseph Howell. 
David Howell. 
William Murdoch. 
Samuel Howell. 



COUNTY. OP BUCKS. 



825 



John Sutphin. 
William Musgrow. 
Jonathan Cottrall. 
John Burley. 
James Tolberd. 
Samuel Tolberd. 
Tarence McManes. 
Samuel Pettlt. 



Marret Hogens. 
Isaiah Keith. 
David Smith. 
John Hunter. 
Anthony Hartley. 
James McMasters. 
William Donelson. 
Francis Hambelton. 



SOLEBURY COMPANY. 



Roll of the Associated Company for Solebury Township, Bnclra 
county, August ye 19th, 1775. (a.) 



Captain. 
George Wall. 



Privates. 



Paul Kester. 
Daniel Pettit. 
John Shepherd. 
John Seabring. 
John Moffat. 
Fulkes Seabring. 
Joseph Todd. 
Barnett Vanhorn. 
Enock Betts. 
Peter Dewit. 
Samuel Davis. 
George Green. 
Benjamin Hartley, Jr. 
William Hill. 



John Hamilton. 
Joseph Vanhorn. 
Isaac Vanhorn, Sr. 
Isaac Vanhorn, Jr. 
Derick Tenbrook. 
George Wall, Jr. 
John Winter. 
John Meyers. 
Derick Roberts. 
George Gardner. 
Moses Fenel. 
Joseph Jobson. 
John Howell. 



826 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



WARRINGTON COMPANY. 



Roll of the Associated Company in the Township of Warring- 
ton, Bucks county, taken ye 19th of August, 1775. (a.) 



'William Long. 

Andrew Long. 

James Barkly. 
.Robert Weir. 

John Weir. 

Archibald Parker. 

Thomas Craig. 

Mathew Knox. 

Thomas Weir. 

John Richey. 

Thomas Richey. 

David Richey. 

William Richey. 

Andrew Mackey. 

Robert Wats. 

Jonathan Gerry. 

Robert Davison. 

Robert Miller. 

Robert Walker. 

William Walker. 

John Spear. 

Hugh Barkly. 

Hugh Ramsey. 

Robert Ellet. 

John Ellet 



John Beaty. 
Edward Liddle. 
Alexander Parker 
William Robison. 
John Robison. 
Charles Morrow. 
Andrew Wallace. 
James Whiteside. 
Andrew Long, Jr. 
Andrew Greg. 
William Greg. 
William Melley. 
Frances Jedon. 
James Huston. 
Abraham VanDlek. 
William Huston. 
John Harmed Leer. 
John Rider Poke. 
William Diterline. 
Thomas Taylor. 
Andrew Haul. 
John Wallls. 
William Craford. 
Henrey Huston. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



827 



BUCKINGHAM AND WRIGHTSTOWN COMPANY. 



Roll of the Associated company for the Townships of Buck- 
ingham and Wrightstown, Bucks county, August ye 21st, 
1775. (a.) 



Captain. 
John Lac«»y. 

First Lieutenant. 
John Wilson. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Samuel Smith. 

Ensign. 
William Bennett. 



Privates. 
Buckingham Associators. 



John Sample. 
Robort Sample. 
Thomas Daugherty. 
William Robinson. 
William Simpson, Sr. 
William Simpson, Jr. 
John Thomas. 
John Huston. 
Thomas Huston. 
Adam Middleton. 
Thomas Dunning. 
Adam Barr. 
John Simpson. 
William Kirkwood. 
Moses Adkinson. 
Aaron Lockherd. 
John Bogart. 
Mark Halfpenny. 
Silas Martain. 
John Tucker. 



James Tucker. 
Joseph Vanhorn. 
John Slack. 
Thomas Smith. 
Thomas Barr. 
William Slone. 
James Sample, Jr. 
Levy Starling. 
David Wisnor. 
Henry Sturk. 
Morris Welch. 
William Stokesbury. 
Benjamin Flack. 
John SproU. 
Thomas Drennen. 
William Finney. 
Isac Osmon. 
Abinezar Carter. 
John Rice. 
Thomas Huston. 



328 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Wrightstown Associators. 



James Sacket. 
Cornelius Vansant. 
William Thomson. 
James Qilklnson. 
James Sweney. 
Robert Wilson. 
James Barron. 
John Johnston. 
David Brooke. 
Simon Sackel. 
Robert Wood. 
Zack Smith. 
James Anderson. 
Richard Arkol. 
Charles Dugan. 



William Drake. 
George Vannander. 
Edward Duffield. 
John Lewis. 
Samuel Macdanyel. 
Thongs Gain. 
John Maughen. 
James Terry. 
Lenard Kizar. 
John Burns. 
James Crista. 
James Rice. 
James Megrawdy. 
Nathaniel Makinstry 



WARWICK COMPANY. 



Roll of the Associated Company belonging to Warwick Town- 
ship, Bucks county, taken August ye 2l8t, 1775. (a.) 



James Wallace. 
John Jamison. 
James McMickin. 
John Jamison. 
Gawin McGrady. 
Hugh Mearns. 
Adam Kerr. 
Alexander Jamison. 
Robert Baird. 
John Carr. 
Daniel Gullin. 
Robert Bready. 
John McMin. 
David Shannon. 
Robert Jamison. 
Stephen Doyle. 
John Roberts. 



Aaron Lovett. 
Moses Crawford. 
Samuel Flack. 
Jonathan Roberts. 
Robert Mearns. 
Robert Jamison. 
Robert Mearns. 
Hugh Long. 
William Walker. 
William Baxter. 
Alexander Harvey. 
Mark Gregory. 
Joseph Davis. 
James Snodgrass. 
Joseph Rodman. 
Samuel Pogue. 
Joseph Flack. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



829 



John Rodgera. 
Thomas Craven. 
John McDonnel. 
Thomas Bready. 
John Mathers. 
John Decourcy. 
Henery Davis. 
John Hervey. 
John Craig. 
Jonathan Martin. 
William Kendell. 
Mathew McMin. 
James Crawford. 
John Longhead. 
James Longhead. 
Charles McMickin. 
Andrew McMickin. 
John Grier. 
William Simson. 
William Bready. 
James McQuown. 
Hugh Huston. 
Timothy Linch. 
David Palmer. 
James Page. 
John McGrady. 
Jesse Bewley. 
Joshua Dungan. 
Benjamin Hair. 
John Hair. 
John Shannon. 
John Lough. 
John Martin. 



Benjamin Snodgrass. 
John Miller. 
James Cabeen. 
Joseph Simmers. 
Benjamin Hamilton. 
Edward Taylor. 
Jacob Pricker. 
William Ramsey. 
Francis Baird. 
Thomas Powers. 
Alexander Ramsey. 
William Doyle. 
Robert Comwell. 
John Megee. 
Thomas McMasters. 
William DolBe. 
David Jonston. 
John Hugh. 
Joseph Dungan. 
Charles Walker. 
Andrew Denneson. 
John Scott 
William Smith. 
John Hamilton. 
John Wallace. 
Robert Jonston. 
Arthur Carey. 
Thomas Craven. 
Thomas West. 
Samuel Shennon. 
Archibald Graham. 
John Hunter. 
William Gladny. 



830 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



SOLEBURY COMPANY. 



Roll of the Associated Company for the Township of Sole- 
bury, Bucks county, August 2l8t, 1775. (a.) 



Captain. 
John Coryell. 

First Lieutenant. 
Henry Lott. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Jones Ingham. 

Ensign. 
James McClode. 



Privates. 



John Colgar. 
John Rian. 
James Brotherton. 
John Cavenough. 
Jeremiah Cooper. 
Thomas Lewis. 
John Lewis. 
John Coryell, Jr. 
William Rodman. 
James Cummins. 
John Newbanks. 
Benjamin Horn. 
Peter Horn. 
Samuel Gordon. 
James Bryan. 
Samuel Gore. 
Henry Lear. 
John Gouger. 



John Walker. 
Michael McCray. 
William Hardin. 
William Jonson. 
Thomas Jonson. 
Ambrose Croker. 
John Mounteer. 
William Rogers. 
George Savill. 
Daniel Hogeland. 
Jacob Stooksbury. 
Jonathan Ingham. 
David White. 
George Crons. 
Thomas Sebring.* 
Isack Van Horn.* 
John Cummins. 
John Marks. 



•Are gone to Wall's Company. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



m 



Patrick McGaurock. 
Daniel Quinby. 
Natlianiel More. 
Ttiomas Lewis, Jr. 
Timothy Scott 
William Waterhouse. 
Jonathan Done. 
Andrew Collins. 



James Lott's man. 
John Lasyman, Jr. 
Cornelius Snell. 
Jeremiah Lott 
Peter Ink. 
William Belts. 
William Kitchen. 



PLUMSTBAD COliPANT. 



Roll of the Associated Company in the Township of Plum- 
stead, Bucks county, August ye 21st, 1776. (a.) 



Captain. 
William McCai.a. 



Privates. 



Benjajmin Fell. 
Charles Sewart, ab. 60. 
John Dunlap. 
William Kenady. 
Joseph Grier. 
James Sample. 
Isaac Thomas. 
Matthew Grier, ab. 50. 
Hugh Farguson, ab. 60. 
Thomas Dickinson. 
Alexander McFarland. 
Daniel Thomas. 
Robert Gilson. 
William McCalla. 
Francis Titus. 
Joseph Dyer. 
William Hart. 
John McMullin. 
Thomas Dyer. 
Joseph Thomas. 
Jesse Britten. 



Phillip Hinkle. 
Peter Wood. 
Patrick Poe. 
Robert Gilson, Jr. 
John McCalla. 
Samuel Hair. 
Isaac Hill. 
David Nesbett 
James Faries. 
Samuel Titus. 
Alexander Robinson. 
Jacob Casdrop. 
John Hart. 
Andrew McCalla. 
John Dunlap, Jr. 
George Bum. 
William Chilcott 
George Rice. 
Comelious Neafur. 
George Gaddis. 
Peter Cosner. 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Benjamin Griffith. 
John Gaddis. 
William Smith. 
Barnet Kepler. 
David Smith. 
William Tindall. 
John Boyd. 
John Vanfossen. 
Phillip Fox. 
Patrick McGahan. 
Richard Lott. 
Adam Bean. 
Jonathan Huntsman. 
John Harkins. 
George Stewart. 
John Smith. 
Hugh Flemming. 
Joseph Hart. 
Samuel Brittain. 
Nathaniel Brittain. 
Joseph Saverans. 



Peter Trough. 
Conrad Bean, Jr. 
Joseph Sheffer. 
George Hughs. 
Thomas Craig. 
David Forsman. 
Daniel Millhuff. 
James McMullan. 
Henry Gadis. 
Levi Fell. 
John Forsman. 
William Davis. 
John Gibson. 
Adam Sheffer. 
Valentine Mostiller. 
Samuel Watt. 
Ezekiel Rogers. 
Francis Titus. 
Peter Foddle. 
John Rogers. 
William Meredith. 



HILLTOWN COMPANY. 



Roll of the Associated Company in Hilltown Township, Buckt§ 
county, August ye 21st, 1775. (a.) 



Joseph Shaw. 
John Kelly. 
William Thomas. 
Moses Haron. 
Jonah Thomas. 
William Miller. 
Nathaniel Jones. 
Abraham Vastine. 
Howel Griffith. 
Job West. 
Thomas Campbell. 
William Kidd. 



Thomas Morris. 
Evan Griffith. 
Benjamin Mathias. 
Thomas Shewell. 
Hugh McHenry. 
.John Lewis. 
William Griffith. 
Edward Jones. 
Joseph Morris . 
Samuel Shanon. 
Joseph Dean. 
Peter Heaton. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



SdS 



James Shanon. 
John Monerbaugh. 
Benjamin Kelly. 
William Davis. 
Lewis Lunn. 
William Cambell. 
John Mathen. 
Thomas Jones. 
Charles Miller. 
Asa Thomas. 
Cadwallader Morris. 
Robert Shanon. 
Abel Owens. 
Thomas Davis. 
Thomas Williams. 
Jonathan Jones. 
Amos Thomas. 
Job Thomas. 
Jacob Sneider. 
Abel Miller. 
Benjamin Griffith. 



Edward Jones, Jr. 
Griffith Owens. 
Elijah Brlttain. 
John Mathias. 
Nathan Evans. 
William Lunn. 
Simon Hassard. 
Michael Gum. 
Caleb Shotwell. 
Henry I^wis. 
Jau)ts Lewis. 
Enoch Thomas. 
John Shields. 
Benjamin Vastine. 
George Shipe. 
Michael Shipe. 
Thomas Lewis. 
Robert Heaton. 
Samuel Wallace. 
James Armstrong. 



SECOND BATTALION, (a.) 



Colonel. 
Arthur Erwlne, May 6, 1777. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Robert Robinson, May 6, 1777. 



Major. 



William Hart, May 6. 1777. 



FIRST COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Nicholas Patterson, May 6, 1777. 



334 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

First Lieutenant. 
Moses Kelly, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
William Meanes, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Thomas Ramsey, May 6, 1777. 



SECOND COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Matthew Grier, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Joseph Wilson, May 6, 1777 

Second Lieutenant. 
Edward Jones, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Daniel Shambach, May 6, 1777. 



THIRD COMPANY. 



captain. 
Robert Thorn, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant 
John Price, May 6, 1777. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 186 



Second liieutenaiit 
John Hart, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
John McMullin, May 6, 1777. 



FOURTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Conrod SUnger, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant 
Thomas Armstrong, May 6, 1777. 

Second lieutenant 
Abram Kichline, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Peter Henry, May 6, 1777. 



FIFTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
William McHenry, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant, 
iienry Maglii, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Joseph Grahams, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Pal rick Matten, May 6, 1777. 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA,^ 
SIXTH COMPANY. 



[Officers not giren.] 



SEVENTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
William McCalla, May 6, 1777. 

First LieutenLnt. 
William Kennady, May 6. 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Jacob Caster, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Robert Gibson, May 6, 1777. 



EIGHTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Amos Thomas, May 6, 1777. 

First Lleutenpnt. 
Moses Aaron, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Nathan Evans, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Robert Shannon, May 6, 1777. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. W7 

OFFICERS COMMISSIONED— 1779. (a.) 



Return of Militia Officers, Seventh Company, Second Battalion, 
received February 22, 1779. 



Captain. 

Robert Gibson, in place of William McCalla, resigned March 
9, 1779. 

First Lieutenant 
David Thomas, March 9, 1779. 

Second Lieutenant 
James Temple, March 9, 1779. 

Ensign. 
John Sees, March 9, 1779. 



Return of Officers promoted to the Fourth Battalion of Backs 
County Militia, commanded by Col. William Roberts, 1779. 



Captains. 

William Pugh, for upper part of New Britain, brolte by a 

Court-Martial and rechcsen by the People, May 19, 1779. 
Paul Keston, for upper part of Solebury, in the place of Wil* 

Ham Bennet, not commissioned and removed from the 

Township, May 19, 1779. 
Jones Ingham, for lower part of Solebury, in place of Thomas 

Sebring, resigned, May 19, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 

Samuel Ramsey, for upper part of Solebury, in place of Peter 
Dewit, first lieutenant, removed out of the State, May 10, 
1779. 

22— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



338 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

William McBride, for upper part of Solebury, in place of 

Thomas Sebring, second lieutenant, resigned, May 10, 1779. 
John Coryell, Jr., for the lower part of Solebury, in the place 

of Barnard Vanhorn, first lieutenant, deceased. May 10, 1779. 
John Vanpelt for the lower part of Solebury, in the place of 

Jones Ingham, second lieutenant, promoted. May 10, 1779. 
Samuel Ramsey, for upper part of Solebury, in place of Peter 

Dewit, first lieutenant, removed out of the State May 10, 1779. 
William McBride, for upper part of Solebury, in place of 

Thomas Sebring, second lieutenant, resigned. May 10, 1779. 
John Coryell, Jr., for the lower part of Solebury, in the place of 

Barnard Vanhorn, first lieutenant, deceased, May 10, 1779. 
John Vanpelt for the lower part of- Solebury, in the place of 

Jones Ingham, second lieutenant, promoted. May 10, 1779. 

Ensign. 

Derrick Wassel Tenbroek, in the place of John Mofterd, re- 
signed. May 10, 1779. 



Return of the choice of officers in the Fifth Battalion of Bucks 
County Militia, commanded by Colonel Joseph Mcllvaine. 



James Ledden, in place of John Lyne, resigned, September 10, 
1779. 

First Lieutenant. 

John Green, in place of Thomas Brelsford, resigned, September 
10. 1779. 

Ensign. 

Henry Shellinberger, in place of John Green, promoted, Sep- 
tember 10, 1779. 



Return of Election of Military Officers, Second Company, Sec- 
ond Battalion, received September 16, 1779. 



Captain. 
Matthew Greer, September 13, 1779. 

Second Lieutenant 
Thomas Campbell, September 13, 1779. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 

Enfllgn. 
Thomas Nain, September 18, 1779. 



Return of Officers in Colonel Mcllvaine's Battalion, received 
November 12. 1779. 



Captain. 

John Gregg;, in place of Thomas Miller, deceased, October 29. 
1779. 

First Lietitenant 

John David, in place of Daniel Martin, resigned, October t^, 

1779. 

Ensign. 

Michael Weasley, in place of John Gregg, promoted, October 
29, 1779. 



SECOND BBATTALION. (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
John Keller, May 10, 1780. 

Major. 
Thomas Long, May 10, 17S0. 



FIRST COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Philip Stever, May 10. 1778. 



340 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA, 

Lieutenant 
Manus Yost, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Henry , May 10, 1780. 



SECOND COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Abram Keichleine, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Adam Maugle, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Robert Smith, May 10, 1780. 



THIRD COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Ellas Rader, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Joseph Leopold, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Christian Miller, May 10, 1780. 



FOURTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Jacob Shoup, May 10, 1780. 



COUNTY OP BUCKa 

lieutenant. 
Thomas Stewart. May 10, 1780. 

Bnaign. 
Samuel Wilson, May 10, 1780. 



S41 



FIFTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Henry Huber, May 10, 1780. 

Ueutenant. 
Philip Trumbour, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Michael Trumbour, May 10, 1780. 



SIXTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Christian Wigner, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Leonard Wolslayer, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
William Armstrong, May 10, 1780. 



SEVENTP COMPANY. 



Captain. 
David Mellinger, May 10, 1780. 



342 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Lieutenant. 



John Frees, May 10, 1780. 



Ensign. 



Jacob Wisel, May 10, 1780. 



EIGHTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
George Hineling, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
George McNall, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Michael Fachental, May 10, 1780. 



A RETURN FOR THE FOUR CLASSES THAT ARE COULD 
IN ACTUL SERVICE OF MIUTIA OF SPRINGFIELD 
TOWNSHIP BUCKS COUNTY CAP. CHRISTEPHER WIG- 
NERS COMPYNS' OCTOBER THE FIRST 1781. (c.) 



Ben Rosenbarry. 
Andrew Overback. 
Mayahel Slier. 
John Metsker. 
William Brayon. 
Andrew Metsker. 



Cassemer Hemp. 
Phillip Frevig. 
Adan Frankenfield. 
Samuel Hilborn. 



Class the 1st. 



Phillip Hess. 
Jacob Renner. 
Henry Fakentol. 
Henry Noraconk. 
Jacob Shogh. 
Andrew Trap. 



Class the 2d. 



John Rodrick. 
Jacob Sterner. 
Jost Trevlg. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



843 



Georg Baron. 
Jacob Posty marched. 
Peter Rut. 
William Chilson. 



Georg Overbeck. 
Adam Mench. 
Georg Rutt. 
Zacharias Rodrick. 
Andrew Delor. 
Henry Rese. 



John Black. 
Jacob Shiffer. 
Jacob Gayman. 
Mardin Cunnard. 
George Black. 
Henry Funk. 



Bostian Prong. 
Henry dimmer. 
Henry Cun marched. 
Henry Rash. 

Class the 3d. 

Jost Smith. 
John Charls. 
Petor Man. 
John Carr. 
Petor Aston. 
Abraham Rosor. 

Class the 4th. 

Petor Hetrich. 
John Hetrich. 
Abraham Mench. 
, Daniel Rodrick. 
Petor Erhard. 
Phillip Wollf. 



A PROVISION RETURN FOR THE SECOND REG'T OF 
BUCKS COUNTY MILITIA COMMANDED BY LT. COL. 
JOHN KELLER 5TH OCT. 1781. (c.) 



n 5 






3 

5 o 



Fkld & Staff OmcerB, 

Captain HoKolurnl Comp'y, . 

Adams' Comp'y, ... 

Stlllwiirs Comp'y. . 
' Yf'st'f? C!omp'y 

Kodor's Comp'y, ... 

Erwln's Comp'y, ... 

Pattorson'B Comp'y, 



II 



10 

n 
m 

104 
71 

27 



20 

132 
156 
106 
208 
148 
54 
176 



1.000 



JOHN KELLER, Col. B. C. M. 



WM. THOMAS, Q. M. 



344 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



A UST OF THE MENS NAMES ENROLD IN THE EAST- 
ERN DIVISION OF HILTOWN IN THE FIRST FOUR 
CLASSES OF CAPTAIN GRIERS COMPANY, (c.) 



John Lewis. 
Isaac Morris. 
John Kelly. 
Abraham Derstin. 
Benjamin Kelly. 
Thomas Morris. 
Joseph Grier. 
Felty Root. 
Gacob Wismer. 
Isaac Hunsberry. 
fizezkiel Wilson. 
John Hoy. 
Daniel Rickard. 
'luomas.Mathias. 
Evan Griffith. 
Thomas Shewel. 
Robert Beard. 
George Cremor. 



William Godshalk. 
Owen Richards. 
Henry Luy. 
Abraham Wismer. 
John Luy. 

Christian Hansberry. 
•George Shambough. 
William Armstrong. 
Philip Cams. 
Christian Meyer. 
Adam Cams. 
Andrew Cremor. 
Henry Hoover. 
Mathias Jonston. 
Peter Mason took a deserte. 
Yost Fulmer. 
Patrick Roy. 
James Armstrong. 



NEW BRITAIN COMPANY, (a.) 



Roll of the Associated Company In New Britain Township, 
Bucks county. 



Benjamin Matthews. 
David Caldwell. 
Samuel Graham. 
William Roberts. 
Matthew Law. 
Abiah James. 
John Robinson. 
Mordecai Bevan. 
David Davis. 
James Shaw. 
Richard Wilgus. 



Joseph Griffith. 
Abiah Butler. 
Nathan Matthew. 
John Harris. 
William Heynes. 
Joseph Robinson. 
Ebenezer James. 
Charles Dunlap. 
Samuel Griffith. 
Matthew Grier. 
Alexander Moore. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



845 



James Mullin. 
John Wallace. 
William Crawford. 
John Dungan. 
Jeremiah Nastine. 
Simon Ruff corn. 
John Torrence. 
Robert Shuwell. 
James Wigton. 
Jenkin Jones. 
Isaac Williams. 
Aaron James. 
Benjamin Butler. 
Isaac James. 
Abel James. 
Samuel Mason. 
John Davis. 
John Edmond. 
William Pugh. 
Thomas Stewart. 
John Vanpelt. 
Isaac Newhouse. 
John Callendar. 
Joseph Vanpelt. 
Robert Flack. 
Andrew Crery. 
John Finley. 
Robert Caldwell. 
Samuel Weston. 
William Borum. 
Owen Thomas. 
Joseph Thomas. 
Stephen Barton. 
Tobias Shull. 
George Cungell. 
Joshua Dungan. 
Thomas Kelso. 
James Thomas. 
Joseph Grler. 
Christian Ruffcorn. 
Samuel Harris. 
Henry Darroch. 
James Grier. 
Andrew Simson. 



Morgan James. 
John Weir. 
Evan Stephens. 
Benjamin Griffith. 
Thomas Harris. 
William Stephens. 
John Gawin. 
John James. 
Aaron Bq|mm. 
Amos Griffith. 
Joseph Matthew. 
Edward Matthew. 
Patrick Barren. 
Samuel Lyon. 
James Wier. 
Augustus Singley. 
Josiah James. 
William James. 
John Dungan. 
David Rees. 
George Johnstcm. 
Walter Shewell. 
Thomas Hutchinson. 
John James. 
William Hair. 
Enoch Allen. 
Benjamin Stephens. 
John Evans. 
Benjamin Bevan. 
Henry Huston. 
Daniel Hasty. 
Samuel Campbell. 
William Griffith. 
Thomas Riddles. 
John Taylor. 
Alexander Finley. 
Malachi Burns. 
Dr. Hugh Meredith. 
John Knox. 
Thomas Meredith. 
Jonathan Mason. 
Simon Meredith. 
Edward Poole. 
John Hogland. 



346 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



WARMINSTER COMPANY, (a.) 



Roll of the Associated Company In the Township of War- 
minster, Bucks county. 



Joseph Hart, Esq. 
William Kerr. 
Joseph Hart, Jr. 
Herman Yerkes. 
William Johnston. 
John Watkin. 
Robert Miller. 
Silas Gilbert. 
John Johnson. 
Stephen Murry. 
John Roney. 
William Gilbert. 
Joseph Miller. 
Patrick Morrison. 
Isaac Hough, Jr. 
John Hough. 
Giles Craven. 
Charles Garrison. 
Ewd. Yerkes. 
James Scout. 
John Brooks. 
Charles Enyard. 
Antnony Scout. 
Abraham Sutphin. 
James Ogilbee. 
Alexander Benstead. 
William Vansant 



James McKinney. 
James Craven. 
William Craven. 
John Brooks, Jr. 
John Stone. 
Silas Hart. 
Giles McDowell. 
Benjamin Gilbert. 
James Ryan. 
Isaac Hough. 
Nathaniel Beans. 
Linsey Marshall. 
Isaac Beans. 
Jesse Beanes. 
John Griffiths. 
Thomas Griffiths. 
Giles Craven, Jr. 
Richard Knight. 
James McDowell. 
Robert McDowell. 
John Beatty. 
John McDowell. 
John Daniel. 
Joseph Hart, Jr. 
John Conrod. 
John Henderson. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 347 

SECOND BATTAION. (a.) 



Colonel. 
Doctor John Beatty. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Robert Shewell. 

First Major. 
James McMaster. 

Second Major. 
William Roberts. 



(c.) We the Subscibers (Colonel of the Second Batallon 
and Officers of the first compy. of the same) in the county of 
Bucks, do hereby certify that Mr. John Davis in the year 
1783 being then Resident in Upper Makefield within the 
Limits of said Company was elected Ensign of the same and 
received his commission accordingly, and in consequence and 
at the particular Desire of the Officers and men, hath with- 
out Intermission attended his Duty in the said Company ever 
since, notwithstanding his Residence in Solesbury an Ad- 
jacent Township during the summer of the year 1784, for 
which Residence in Solesbury we understand he has been 
fined for non-attendance in the Company of said Township; 
which we think very hard and Unreasonable. 

JAMES McMASTERS, 
WM. NEELY, Cap't, 
JAMES TORBERT, Lieut. 



A LIST OF BEDMINSTER COMPANY AUG. 18th, 1775 (c.) 



Captain. 
Robt Robindon. 



348 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



First Ldeutenant. 
Joseph Darroch. 

Ensign. 

Jos. Brades. 

Serjeants. 

David Simpson. 
William Greer. 

John Lutes. 
Jacob Hoover. 

Privates. 



Thomas Darroch. 
Andrew Armstrong. 
Christopher Hughes. 
Saml. Armstrong. 
Robt. Darroch. 
Andw. McNeley, Sen. 
William Wigtou. 
David Graham. 
Henry McGill. 
Wm. Black. 
Robt. McNeley, Senr. 
Andw. McNeley, Junr. 
Thos. Pain. 
John McNeley. 
Wm. McHenry. 
Felty Ward. 
Henry Eagle. 
John Braden. 
Patrick Metlin. 
John Tate. 
Thos. Metlin. 
William Milroy. 
Jno. Bell. 
Jno. Darroch. 
Wm. Armstrong. 
Henry Trough. 
Peter Long. 
Rob't. McNeley Junr. 
John Armstrong. 
John Graham. 



Francis McHenry. 
Jacob Ott. 
Peter Ott. 
Michael Ott. 
John Rlner. 
John Inglemire. 
Jos. Metlin. 
Thos. Hughes. 
Jos. Graham. 
Jos. Grler. 
Jno. Geares. 
Peter Riner. 
Jacob Stout. 
Henry Riner. 
Phillip Fryer. 
Abrm. Perrier. 
Jacob Riner. 
Nich. Fox. 
Jacob Charles. 
Frederick Soliday. 
Kmmanuel Soliday. 
Nich. Geares. 
Jno. Soliday. 
Peter Coffel. 
Henry Old. 
Jacob Ness. 
Adom Riner. 
John Tetmor. 
Abraham Armstrong. 
John Armstrong. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 
The following have signed but do not associate: 



849 



Michl. Teterly. 
Jacob Mast. 
Barchal White. 
Jno. Shaw. 
Moses James. 
Harman Tounkin. 
Hugh McPall. 



Jnow McFUl. 
Saml. Garron. 
Thos. Thompson. 
Nath. Huddleston. 
George Pope. 
Casper Creamer. 
Robt. Mitchell. 



CAPTAIN CHRISTIAN BINKLBY'S COMPANY, (a.) 



Muster roll of Captain Christian Binkley's company of the 
Third Battalon, of the Militia of the county of Bucks, Penn- 
sylvania, commencing the 1st of January, 1777. 



Captain. 
Christian Binkley, January 1, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Nickoloub Masser, January i, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
John Shannan, January 4, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Henry Binkley, January 4, 1777. 

Sergeants. 

Francis Wohleben, January 13, 1777. 
John Dusing, January 13, 1777. 

Corporals. 

Frederick Hemiger, January 13, 1777. 
Frederick Hornberger, January 13, 1777. 

Drummer. 
Thomas Sagner, January 13, 1777. 



350 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Privates. 

George Koomlouf, January 13, 1777. 
Paul Stiff, January 13, 1777. 
Casper Stiff, January 13, 1777. 
John Gleinginey, January 13, 1777. 
Peter Rufner, January 13, 1777. 
Jolin Loub, January 13, 1777. 
Adam Fritclit, January 13, 1777. 
Christian Hegereiss, January 13, 1777. 
Philip Hatt, January 13, 1777. 
John Koch, January 13, 1777. 
Matthias Gerner, January 13, 1777. 
John Millelson, January 13, 1777. 
Jacob Hoffart, January 13, 1777. 
Henry Hoffart, January 13, 1777. 
Jacob Dusing, January 13, 1777. 
Andrew Grelnor, January 13, 1777. 



THIRD BATTALION, (a.; 



Colonel. 
John Keller, May 6, 1777. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Joseph Sevets, May 6, 1777. 



Major. 



Thomas Long, May 6, 1777. 



FIRST COMPANY. 



Captain. 



Philip Steeves, May 6, 1777. 



First Lieutenant. 
James Bryant, May 6, 1777. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 

Second Lieutenant. 
John Ludwick, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Adam Ldtzberry May 6, 1777. 



351 



SECOND COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Jacob Shoop, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
John McCamon, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
George McIIroy, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Samuel Wilson, May 6, 1777. 



THIRD COMPANY. 



Captain. 
David Mellenger, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Jacob Wisely, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Henery Deel, May 6, 1777. 



Ensign. 



Peter Wiggle, May 6, 1777. 



852 AS90CIATORS AND MILITIA. 

FOURTH COMPANY 



Captain. 
Jacob Burk, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Michael Deel, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant 
Josepli Walker, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Joseph Mofty, May 6. 1777. 



FIFTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
George Wikert, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Samuel Melvin, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
John Jemison, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Henry Hoover, May 6, 1777. 



SIXTH COMPANY. 



Captain, 
josiah Bryan, May 6. 1777. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 353 



First Lieutenant. 
Chris. Wagoner, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Adam Beidleman, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Michael Root, May 6, 1777. 



SEVENTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
George Heinlein. May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
William Erwin, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Francis Wilson, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Even Pue, May 6, 1777. 



EIGHTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
George Harlocher, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Adam Welever, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Phelty Hover, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Christian Miller. May 6, 1777. 

23— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



864 ASSOOIATORS AND MILITIA. 



THIRD BATTALION, (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
William Roberts. May 10. 1780. 

Major. 
William Kennedy. May 10. 1780. 



FIRST COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Robert Patterson. May 10, 1780. 



SECOND COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Richard Stillwell, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Philip Slack, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Timothy Slack, May 10, 1780. 



THIRD COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Edmund Nutt, May 10, 1780. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. S65 



Lieutenant. 
David Johnston, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Dennis Dayly, May 10, 1780. 

FOURTH COMPANY 



Captain. 
Lambert Pitner, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Francis Titus, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Amos Shaw, May 10, 1780. 



FIFTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Joseph White, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Lewis Rew, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
William Albertson, May 10, 1780. 



SIXTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
John Gregg, May 10, 1780; resigned May, 1782. 



356 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Lieutenant. 
James McKay, May 10, 1780. 

EInslgn. 
Michael Wasley, May 10, 1780; resigned May, 1782. 



SEVENTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Thomas Huston, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Abraham Johnson, May 10, 1780. 



Ensign. 



John Roney, May 10, 1780. 



EIGHTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
John Harrison, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Isaac Johnson, May 10, 1780. 



Ensign. 



John Morford, May 10, 1780. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



857 



A LIST OF THE MILITIA BELONGING TO CAPT. PAT- 
TERSON'S COMPANY OF MILITIA IN TUNICUM TOWN- 
SHIP RETURNED MAY THE 22nd 1780. (c.) 



Class 1. 



John Helly, sergeant. 
Conrad Sheroal. 
Harmom Younken. 
Wm. Kamble. 
Robert Stuart, Wldo Son. 
Peter Shewman. 
James Wallace. 
James Wilson. 
Andrew Patterson. 
Anthony Heany. 
William Means Jnr. 



William Davis. 
James Beans. 
Jeremiah Williams. 
John Miller. 
James Kerrill. 
Phillip Grouer. 
Jacob Fair. 
John Angle. 



Wm. Means, Insign. 
Simon Haney. 
Peter Holp. 
William Custard. 
Cristan Fratts. 
Henry Miller. 
Wm. Kosper. 
Isaac Clymer. 
George Hughs. 
Cornelius Vanderbilt. 



Nicholas Custard. 
Benjn. Brooks. 



Abram Overholt. 
Samuel Ganron. 
Frederick George. 
James Davis. 
Abel Skyhawk. 
John Barnhill. 
Joseph Brooks. 
John Mulhollen. 
George Overpeck. 
James Kamble. 
Josh Kamble. 



Class 2. 



John Swaab. 
Harbard Shuman. 
John Hogland. 
John Prawl. 
Arthur Arwin. 
Robt. Stuart Senr. 
Francis Wilson. 
Nathan Tomlon, Sergent. 



Class 3. 



Kilian Krfsler. 
John Shup. 
Jacob Fox. 
Moses Marr. 
Wm. Mclntire. 
Stophell Strauss. 
John Hamble. 
Joseph Hail. 
Ludwick Worman, serg. 



Class 4. 



Jacob Shewalter. 
John Kulp. 



358 



AS30CIATORS AND MILITIA. 



George Bennet. 
Joeh Yost 
Robert Ramsey. 
George Snider. 
Jonathan Thomas. 
Jacob George. 
Josh Moore. 



Ludwick Wildonger. 
George Keleer. 
John Skayhalk. 
Jacob Housewart. 
Abraham Tounken. 
Isreal Crow. 



John Barlsstraser. 
Mathias Harman. 
Daniel O'Donald. 
Barny Manon. 
James Templeton. 
Leonard Strauss. 



Class 6. 



George Fox. 
Micheal Worman. 
David Forgeman. 
Micheal Strouss. 
Micheal Lambert. 
Ambrose Barocroft. 



Class 6. 



John White. 
Joseph White. 
Peter Stover. 
Martin Overholt. 
Mathias Wildonger. 
Henry Grout. 
Robert Garron. 
Amos Beans. 



Josh Nash. 
States Obeholt. 
Robert Stuart. 
Peter Shewman. 
Christian Frats. 
John Frats Junr. 
Mark Frats. 
Jacob Yearling. 



Class 7. 



Wm. Erwin. 
John Bally. 
Tellman Kulp. 
Micheal Walter. 
Peter Kooper. 



Emaniel Retiock. 
Jacob Neese. 
Aron Vandebelt. 
Mathias Smith. 
Anthony Wigart. 



Class 8. 



Peter Long. 
Jacob Crow. 
Peter Emery. 
Martin Redlemlre. 
John Fair. 
Thomas Ramsey. 
William Keeler. 



John Shuman. 
Thomas Stuart. 
Peter Snyder. 
John Vint. 
John Nolton. 
Jacob Barstraser. 
Patrick Shaw. 



A True Copy of Capt. Patterson's Return 1780. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



359 



A CLASS ROLL OF THE 3rd COMPANY OF THE 3rd BAT- 
TALION OF THE MILITIA OF BUCKS COUNTY UNDER 
THE COMMAND WILLIAM ROBERTS. LIEUTENANT 
COLEN., &c., JUNE 12th, 1780. (c.) 



Captain. 
Henry Darroch. 

Lieutenant 
William Hynes. 

Ensign. 
Joseph Grier. 

Serjeant. 

John Weir. 

Andrew McCreary. 

Stephen Barton. 

Fifer. 
Simon James. 

Clerk. 
David Evans. 



1st Class. 



Henry Ruth. 
Wm. Beal. 
Jno. Davis, Jr. 
William Pugh. 
Jacob Yeather. 
John Dungan, Senr. 
Gabriel Swartslander. 
Jonathan Worthihgton. 
Jacob Claws. 
John Kemper. 
Joseph Matthew. 
Amos Griffith. 



Iltnry Rosenlicrg. 
Morgan James. 
Jr,hn Ruth. 
Samuel Bergy. 
Matthew Lau. 
John Taylor. 
Zechah. Williams. 
John Watson. 
John Morris. 
Sam. James. 
Henj. Butler. 
Wm. Barton. 



360 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



2iid Class. 



Robert Ewers. 
Tobias ShuU. 
Alexr. Foreman. 
William Morris. 
George Sliipe. 
John Harris. 
Abraham Clymer. 
John Mason. 
Alexr. Mclem. 
George Buzzard. 



John Gotshalk. 
Martin Loury. 
Thomas Morris. 
John Redlion. 
Daniel Evans. 
William Hough. 
James McWilliams. 
William James. 
Samuel Wigton. 
Emanuel Stitely. 



3rd Class. 



John Miller. 
Jacob Sliver. 
John Lapp (Yeoman). 
Jeremiah Vastine. 
Christian Ruth. 
John James, Jr. 
Wm. Griffith. 
Samuel Harris. 
John Calender. 
Abiah James. 



Jacob Keller. 
John Whistler. 
Jacob Holderman. 
Abraham Croats. 
Jacob Koyl. 
Jacob Whistler. 
Abel James. 
David Ewers. 
John McEntire. 
Wm. James, Jur. 



4th Class. 



Owen Thomas. 
Jacob Miller. 
Thomas Jones. 
William Thomas. 
Fredk. Reppard. 
Mark Fretts. 
Isaac Thomas. 
Christn. Clymer. 
Benjn. Bevan. 
John Steel. 
Joseph Lunn. 



Nathan James. 
Robert Shewel. 
Waltar Shewel. 
Abram Overholt. 
John Pennington. 
Ellis Pugh. 
Moses Aaron. 
Joseph Wilson. 
Thomas Stuart. 
Thomas Fell. 
Wm. Davis. 



Samuel Mason. 
Samuel Griffith. 
Jacob Creator. 
Henry Ruth. 



5th Class. 



Richard Lewis. 
Phillip Miller. 
Christn. Miller. 
John Fly. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



861 



John Gamer. 
John Lapp. 
Thomas 'Riddle. 
Robt. Kirkbride. 
James Thomas. 
John Dungan, Jr. 
George White. 



Isaac William. 
Joseph Fell. 
Enos Jones. 
Wm. Nicholas. 
David Thomas. 
Abraham Ruth. 



6th Class. 



George Cungle. 
Owen Swarts. 
Alexr. Moore. 
Joseph Robison. 
Lewis Lunn. 
James Barton. 
Conrad Swartslander. 
Andrew Fatt 



Joseph Eaton. 
Matthew Gill. 
Thomas Beal. 
David Worthington. 
William Doyl. 
John Morris Junr. 
Henry Waser. 
John Thomas. 



7th Class. 



Peter Reppard. 
Isaac James. 
Christin. Otherholt. 
William Hair. 
Isaac Lapp. 
Edward Matthew. 
Evan Stephens. 
Henry Paxton. 
David Stephens. 



Lewis Evan. 
Ashbel John. 
Richard Wilgus. 
Mathias Eders. 
Jos. Dungan. 
James Worthington. 
Jno. Blankenhorn. 
David Davis. 



8th Class. 



Benjn. Matthew. 
Jno. Tidwller. 
Chrsitn. Rhoar. 
Ebinezer James.^ 
Zechariah Tidders. 
Andw. Swarts. 
Jacob Swarts. 
Christn. Swarts. 
Henry Ruth. 



Ludwick Stickner. 
Henry Funk. 
Jonathan Vastine. 
John Greir. 
Jesse Fell. 
John Riale. 
Edward Doyl. 
Thomas Good. 
Jonathan Grood. 



362 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Jenkin Jones. Elijah Rupel. 

William Gotshalk. Tnomas Pallet. 

Samuel Gotshalk. Isaac Gill. 
Josiab James. 

I do hereby certify that the foregoing list is a True class 
roll of Eighth Company of the third Battalion of the Militia 
of Bucks County. Witness hand the 16th Day of June, 1780. 
To George Walls, L. B. C. 

HENRY DARROCH. 



THIRD BATTALION, (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

Robert Robinson, of Bedminster, May 21, 1781. in place of 
Lieutenant Colonel William Roberts, resigned. 

Captain. 

William Erwine, for the First Company, May 14, 1781, in place 
of Captain Nicholas Patterson, removed from the State. 

Lieutenants. 

Evan Griffith, for the Fifth Company, May 14, 1781, in place 

of Thomas Marshall, broke. 
William Hart, for the Sixth Company, May 6, 1781, in place 

of John Hart, broke. 
Nicholas France, for the Seventh Company, May 23, 1781, in 

place of Nicholas Frome, broke. 

Ensigns. 

Thomas Stuart, for the Eighth Company, May 14, 1781, in 

place of Joseph Grier, resigned. 
Frederick Fluke, for the Fifth Company, May 14, 1781, in place 

of Samuel Wallace, broke. 
George Gaddis, for the Sixth Company. May 6, 1781, in place 

of John McMullen, resigned. 
John Pugh, for the Seventh Company. May 23, 1781, in place 

of William Miller, broke. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



863 



OCTOBER 5th, 1781. A UST OF THE 4 FIRST CLASES 
OF CAPT. GEORGE HEINLINS COMPANY OF MIUTIA 
BELONGING TO DURHAM TOWNSHIP. BUCKS COUNTY, 
(c.) 



Henry Houpt. 
John Mann. 
Nicl. Searfass. 
Jacob Stone. 
Richd. Backhous 1. 



Clas 1. 

Raberd Smith 1. 
Vallntin Talk. 
John Bamett 1. 
Wllm. Harvey 1. 
Nel Doff. 



Mickel Kizor 1. 
Calop Blackmor. 
Henry Snider 1. 



Clas 2. 

John McCamman. 
Thomas Anderson 1. 
Jacob Shank 1. 



George Adengor. 
Henry Fry 1. 
Danel Burgin. 
Wilem Raberd 1. 



Willm. Irwlne 1. 
Thomas Porsel. 
George Gruslor. 



Class 3. 

Neckolos Copelbery. 
Ludwick Aplebough. 
Moses Glorr 1. 



Class 4. 

Joseph Theston. 
John Stell 1. 
George Seckafus 1. 

GEORGE HEINLEM, Capt 



FOURTH BATTALION, (a.) 



Colonel. 
William Roberts, May 6, 1777 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
John I^cey, May 6, 1777. 



Major. 



John Coryel, May 6, 1777. 



364 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



FIRST COMPANY. 



Captain. 
William Pugh, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Samuel Wigton, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Abel James, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Thomas Stewart, May 6, 1777. 



THIRD COMPANY. 



Captain. 

William Wallter, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 

William Robinson, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 

James Crawford, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Andrew McKey, May 6, 1777. 



FOURTH COMPANY 



Captain. 
George Wall, May C, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Peter Dewit, May 6, 1777. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 365 



Second Lieutenant. 
Thomas Sebring, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
John Morford, May 6, 1777. 



FIFTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Henry Lott, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Barnard Vanhorn, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Jones Ingham, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
John Naphes, May 6, 1777. 



SIXTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
William Ramsey, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
William Scott, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
William Walker, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Rohjrt Jameson, May 6, 1777. 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA 



SEVENTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Henry Daroh, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Joseph Greer, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
William Hines. May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
William Borom, May 6, 1777. 



EIGHTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Jolin Robinson, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
William Flake, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Robert McKintry, May 6. 1777. 

Ensign. 
James Stlrk, May 6, 1777. 



FOURTH BATTALION, (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Archibald Mackilrow, May 10, 1780. 

Major. 
Augustine Willet, May 10, 1780. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 867 



FIRST COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Nicholas Patterson, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant 
Moses Kelly, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
William Means, May 10, 1780. 



SECOND COMPANY. 



Captain. 

John Thomas, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 

William Flack, May 10. 1780. 

Ensign. 
Adam Garr, May 10, 1780. 



THIRD COMPANY. 



Captain. 
William McHenry, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Nichola.-; Geries, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Emanuel Ott, May 10, 1780. 



368 ASSOGIATORS AND MILITIA. 



FOURTH COMPANY 



Captain. 
Paul Kester, May 10, 1780; resigned May, 1782. 

Lieutenan'. 
Thomas Seabring, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
George Venander, May 10, 1780. 



FIFTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Matthew Greer, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Thomas Campbell, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Samuel Wallace, May 10, 1780. 



SIXTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Robert Gibson, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenan'. 
John Hart, May 10, 1780. 

E;nBign. 
John McMullen, May 10, 1780. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. S69 

SEVENTH COMPANY. 



CaptaiiL 
Nathan EvaoB, May 10, 1780. 

Lieutenant 
Nicholas Frome, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
William Millar, May 10, 1780. 



EIGHTH COMPANY. 



Henry Darrah, May 10, 17S0. 

Lieutenant. 
William Hynes, May 10, 1780. 

Ensign. 
Joseph Greer. May 10, 1780. 



A RETURN OF THE NAMES OF THE PERSONS WITH 
THEIR CLASSES IN CAPT. ROBT. GIBSON'S COMPY. IN 
PLUMSTEAD TOWNSHIP, 6 JUNE 1780. (c.) 



Captain. 

Robt Gibson. 

Lieutenant 

John Hart 

Ensign. 

Jno. McMullen. 

24— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



370 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Class First. 



John McCalla, Senr. 
Jonan. Hough, Junr. 
Abrm. Brown. 
Jonathn. Shaw, Senr. 
Thos. Polton. 
Cephes Childs. 
Geo. Mitchner. 
Abrm. Blacks 
Jos. Rich. 
John Costner. 
Alexr. McDowell. 
Benjn. Day. 



John Bradshaw. 
Danl. Carlile. 
Abrm. Black. 
David Kerr. 
Willm. Rice. 
Saml. Carey. 
Geo. Rogers. 
Wm. Chilcott. 



Willm. Hart. 
Isarel Doan. 
Jams. Ferguison. 
John Myers. 
John Combs. 
Jonan Carlile. 
Jos. Doan. 
Abrm. Overholt. 
Mahlon Mitchner. 
Josiah Brown. 
Hugh Ferguison. 
Barnd. Hllerd. 
Nathl. Fetherby. 
Thos. Shaw. 



Charles Stewart. 
Henery Myers. 



John Young. 
Elias Carey. 
John Vanfasin. • 
Isarel Morris. 
Amos Shaw. 
Barnard Kepler. 
John Smith, Junr. 
John Harkings. 
Jacob Fox. 
Alexr. Rich. 
Jacob Marie. 



Second. 



Jos. Siverans. 
Thos. Craig. 
John Fell. 
Saml. Gorden. 
Wm. Childs. 
James Taylor. 
Jehemiah Hibbs. 



Third. 



John Bouthers. 
Ezickel Rogers. 
Wm. Bradshaw. 
John Boyle. 
Adam Davison. 
Wm. Brachen. 
Ambross Smith. 
Mathvv. Hughes. 
Geo. Gaddis. 
John Price. 
Josiah Ferguison. 
Mordicai Mitchner. 
Enoch Ress. 



I'ourth. 



Wm. Mitchner. 
Wm. Miller. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



871 



John Stiner. 
Wm. Meredith. 
Jacob Vickers. 
Philip Levinder. 
David Thomas. 
Thos. HandliD. 
Thos. Dickinson. 
Geo. Rice. 
Jams. Ruckman. 
John Clauson. 



Henery Gaddis. 
Robt. Calvin.. 
Thos. Kelso. 
Jonan. Huntsman. 
John Gaddis. 
Robt. Wiar. 
Christn. Kepler. 
Benjn. Rich. 
Jonan. Wells. 
Danl. Thomas. 



Fifth. 



JOS. Childs. 
Meshach Mltchner. 
John Carey. 
Adam Sheffer. 
John Cuttler. 
Alexr. Shaw. 
Thos. Wright. 
John Carlile. 
Jacob Nunamaker. 
Sebastine Grats. 
Jesse Vickers. 
Geo. Shaw. 



Henery Myers. 
Christian Gayman. 
Burah Mitchner. 
Ezickel Hasel. 
Edwd. Goode. 
Philip Create. 
Thos. Dyer. 
Jos. Brittlan. 
Jos. Shaffer. 
Andw. Ellicott. 
John Carlile. 
Michael Black. 
Moses Shaw. 



Jonan. Brown. 
John Sanders. 
John Smith. 
John Soap. 
Jos. Dyer. 
Cornilous Nephe^. 
Jams. Thompson. 
Jams. Hart. 
David Smith. 
Wm. Walton. 
John Seeburn. 



Sixth. 



Robt. Meneely 
Smith Price. 
Peter Woods. 
John Shaw. 
Aaron Smith. 
Jos.Wood. 
Peter Kester. 
Nathn. Hudelstone. 
Saml. Shaw. 
Saml. Dunbar. 
Geo. Shutinger. 
Christian Perig. 
John Sels. 



Jonan. Shaw. 
Cephes Childs. 



Seventh. 



Jos. Thomas. 
Francis Goode. 



372 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Wm. McCalla. 
Nathl. Brittian. 
Michael Walter. 
Job. Connard. 
Thos. Hill. 
Andw. Black. 
John Fitsinger. 
Wm. Hart. 
John McCalla. 
Jos. Mitchner. 



Isaac Thomas. 
Jonathn Hough. 
George Stewart 
Jesse Brittian. 
Qeo. Mitchner. 
John Brown. 
John Dyer. 
Everet Connard. 
Andw. Dunlap. 
John Miller. 



John Sampel. 
Wm. Smith. 
Jos. Stradling. 
Edwd. Updegrove. 
Nehemiah Smith. 
Jams. Shaw. 
Jos. Dunkin. 
Jams. Harkly. 
John Thomas. 



Eighth. 



Henery Pike. 
Charels Dyer. 
Jacob Dunkin. . 
Allen Reess. 
Nicholas Keller. 
Jams. Down. 
Saml. Hart. 
Jams. McMullen. 
Isaac Mitchner. 
Ezra Lowder. 



A RETURN OF THE COMPANY ASOCIATERS AND OTHERS 
IN THEIR CLASSES IN BEDMINISTER TOWNSHIP, 
DUCKS COUNTY, 1780. (c.) 



Capten. 
Wm. McHenry. 

Leften. 

Nicklos Ceres. 

Insin. 

Amanel Ott. 



Abraham Yost. 
Jacob Stout. 



Class the furst. 



Isac Black. 
Hanry Kulp. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



873 



Falty Warts. 
William McNeely. 
Jacob Landos. 
Christian Gilbert. 
Jacob Crought. 
Cristan dinger. 
Hanry Crouthamel. 



Jacob Angne, Sener. 
John Armstrong. 
Jacob Miyer. 
Thomas Darough. 
Frederick Othcrholt. 
Hanry Rickert. 
John Mekiney. 



Abraham Latherman. 
John Tinsman. 
Ulrick Stouver. 
Anttney Slaughter. 
Adam Tinsman. 
Joseph Tounsen. 
Abraham Wismer. 
George Slrouges. 



Dannel Freets. 
Jacob Hockman. 
Elick Kinerd. 
Abraham Pivecaser. 
Jacob Landos. 
Cristan Freets. 



Class Two. 



Mickel Lecherman. 
MarK Wismer. 
Jacob Ott. 
William Sine. 
Jacob Stover. 
William Black. 



Class Three. 



John Saleday. 
Dannel Smith. 
Casper Kramer. 
Jacob Saladay. 
Dannel Stout. 
John Rinerd. 
Dannel Cross. 
Thomas McKelhos. 



Class Four. 



Abraham Black. 
Adam Trough. 
Hanry Rickert, 
Fedrick Wisel. 
John Geres. 
Joseph Braden. 
Jacob Yost, 



Daved Kulp. 
John Gudshalk. 
Sam. Armstrong. 
Rudelf Trough. 
Mickel Wisel, Junr. 
Joseph Mattlen, 



Hanry Stouver. 
Jacob Freets. 
John Hoas. 
Abraham Freets, 
Jacob Tinsman. 
Piter Loucks. 



Class Five. 



Senr. 



Hanry Landos. 
John Hevener. 
Abraham Freets, 
Abraham Culp. 
Hanry Freets. 
Dannel Fulmer. 



Junr. 



374 



ASSOOIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Andrew Algrad. 
Cristan Hockman. 
John Fluck. 



Jacob Rupert 
John Strougle. 
Isac Overholt. 
Nethen Hudstlan. 
John Cooper, Junr. 
Jacob Loucks. 
Rudelf Stouver. 
Hanry Ott. 



Hanry Megill. 
Mickel Young. 
Benjaman Ott. 
Piter Tinsman. 
John Loucks. 
Joseph Lier. 
Jacob Overholt, Junr. 
Jacob Latherman. 
Hugh Mufall. 
Rinerd Cofman. 
Mickel Rinerd. 
John Titwiler. 



Patrick Mattlen. 
John McNeely. 
Jacob Angney, Junr. 
Dannel Wismer. 
Hanry Eagle. 
Jacob Kulp. 
Hanry Wisel. 
George Wisel. 
Andrew Armstrong. 
Hanry Ott. 
Hanry Overholt. 
Piter Ott. • 



Philip Stoun. 
John Stinger. 
John Cassert. 



Class Six. 



Jacob Alam, Junr. 
Hanry Walter. 
Adam Rinerd. 
Hanry Keperd. 
William Darough. 
Abraham Kulp. 
John Piveciser. 
Jacob Landes. 



Class Seven. 



Christian Overholt. 
Hanry Rinerd. 
Abraham Rodrick. 
Lowick Stager. 
Abraham Wismer. 
Hanry Ricekert, Junr. 
Jacob Luts. 
John Funderwide. 
Piter Shovewalter. 
Abraham Overholt. 
Earther Mitchel. 
Hanry Lott. 



Class Eight. 



Jacob Overholt. 
George Shitinger. 
Rudolf L.andos. 
Mickel Ott. 
Philip Harpel, Juner. 
Niel Mudafell. 
Aandrew Harman. 
Mickel Lumbert. 
Counred Mitman. 
Piter Shipe. 
John Wildoner. 
Thomas Sine. 

pr. me, 

WM. McHBNRY, 

Capt., 1780. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



875 



A RETURN OF ALL PERSONS UNDER THE MILITIA LAW 
IN PLUMSTEAD TOWNSHIP THIS 19TH MAY. 178L (c.) 



First Class. 



John McCalla, Senr. 
Jonn. Hough. 
Abrm, Brown. 
Thofi. Polton. 
Geo. Mitchner. 
Jos. Rich. 
John Costner. 
Alexr. McDowell. 
Benjn. Day. 
John Young. 
Elias Carey. 



John Vanfasin. 
Iseral Morris. 
Amos Shaw. 
Barnd. Kepely. 
John Smith, Junr. 
Jacob Fox. 
Alexr. Kinnard. 
Jos. Roberts. 
Mahlon Doan. 
Jans. Harkley Biggs. 



Second Class. 



John Bradshaw. 
Daniel Carlile. 
Abrm. Black. 
David Kerr. 
Wm. Rice. 
Sam'l Carey. 
Geo. Rogers. 



Jos. Severens. 
Thos. Craige. 
Wm. Childs. 
John Lewis. 
Abem. Doan. 
Wm. Black. 



Third Class. 



Iseal Doan. 
Jams. Furgiison. 
John Myers. 
Jonn. Combs. 
Jonu. Carlile. 
Jos. Doan. 
Abrm. Overholt. 
Mahlon Mitchner. 
Josiah Brown. 
Hugh Furguson. 
Barnd. Hilard. 
Zicheriah Luvinder. 
Nathl. Fetherbee. 
William Walton. 



John Bouthers. 
Wm. Bradshaw. 
John Boyle. 
Adam Davidson. 
Ambross Smith. 
Rob't Thorn. 
John Price. 
Joaias Furguson. 
Moedicai Mitchner. 
Enoch Rice. 
Cornilous Donnal. 
Danl. Wood. 
Nathl. Smith. 



■rm 



876 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Fourth Class. 



Willm. Hart, Senr. 
Charl. Stewart. 
Henry Myers. 
Wm. Mitchner. 
Wm. Miller. 
John Stiner. 
Wm. Merldith. 
Phillip Luvinder. 
David Thomas. 
Thos. Hanlin. 
Thos. Dickinson. 
Geo. Rice. 
Jams. Ruckman. 



John Clauson. 
Henry Gaddis. 
Thos. Kilso. 
Jonn. Huntsman. 
John Gaddis. 
Danl. Thomas. 
Rob't Wear. 
Benjn. Rick. 
Jams. Down. 
Saml. Hart 
Isaac Mitchner. 
Barnard Vanhorn. 
Jonn. Childs. 



Fifth Class. 



Jos. Childs. 
Mashach Mitchner. 
John Carey. 
Adam Sheffer. 
John Cuttler. 
Alexr. Shaw. 
Thos. Wright 
Jacob Nunemaker. 
Jesse Vickers. 
Geo. Shaw. 
Jonn. Brown. 
John Sanders. 



Henry Myers. 
Christn. Gayman. 
Burah Mitchner. 
Ezickel Naxel. 
Edwd. Good. 
Phillip Croak. 
Thos. Dyer. 
Jos. Sheffer. 
Josiah Shaw. 
Henry Myers, Jr. 
Michl. Black. 
Moses Shaw. 
Smith Price. 



John Smith, Senr. 
John Soap. 
Jos. Dyer. 
Corn Nephes. 
Jams. Thompson. 
Jams. Hart. 
David Smith. 
Phillip Hinkel. 
Jos. Brown. 
Thos. Henry. 
John Hays. 



Sixth Class. 



Peter Wood. 
John Shaw. 
Aaron Smith. 
Jos. Wood. 
Peter Kester. 
Nathn. Hadetston. 
Sam'l Shaw. 
Christn. Perlg. 
John Sees. 
John Rlchey. 
Nathl. Elliott. 
John Shaw, Jur. 
Wm. Moland. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



377 



Seventh Class. 



Jonn. Shaw, Junr. 
Cephes Childs. 
Jos. Thomas. 
Francis Good. 
Wm. McCalla. 
Michl. Walter. 
Jos. Connard. 
Thos. Hill. 
Andw. Black. 
Benjn. Fetherbee. 
John McCalla, Jr. 
Jos. Mitchner. 
John Sampel. 
Wm. Smith. 



Isaac Thomas. 
Geo. Stewart. 
Jesse Brlttian. 
Geo. Mitchner, Jour. 
John Brown. 
John Dyer. 
Eyerret Connard. 
Andw. Dunlap. 
John Miller. 
Chas. Dyer. 



Jos. Stradling. 
Edw. Updgrave. 
Nehemiah Smith. 
Jams. Shaw. 
Jos. Dunhin. 
James Harkly. 
John Jacob By land. 
John Thomas. 
Larance Smith. 
Jacob Jonstone. 
Stephen Barton. 
Nathn. Fell. 
Henry Cosln. 



Eighth Class. 



Jacob Dunkin. 
Alen Rice. 
Nicholas Keller. 
James McMuUen. 
Ezra Lowder. 
Jams. Hamilton. 
Amos Reed. 
Ezickel Chllcott. 
Wm. Baracraft. 
Phillip Creamer. 



John Hart. 
John McMullen. 
John Young. 



Persons not classed. 

Jos. Wilson. 
John Gibson. 
Arthr. Shannon. 



Officers. 



Robert Gibson, Cap't. 
Wm. Hart, Lieut. 
Geo. Gaddis, Ens'n. 



Wm. Kennedy. Myr. 
Henry McDowell, Du. Mayr. 



378 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



A RETOURN OF ALL THE CLASES BELOING TO CAPTBN 
WILLIAM McHENRY COMPANY IN BBDMINSTOR TOWN- 
SHIP BUCKS COUNTY: JUNE THE 12—1781. (c.) 



Class Furst 



Abraham Youst. 
Hanry Kulp. 
Falty Warts. 
Jacob Landos. 
Cristan Gilbert. 
Jacob Crought. 
Cristan Klimer. 



Hanry Crouthamel. 
Daunel Freets. 
Jacob Hockman. 
Elick Kinerd. 
Abraham Pivecaser. 
Jacob Landos. 
Cristan Freets. 



Class 2, 



Jacob Ange Sinery. 
Jacob Miyer. 
Thomas Darough. 
Fredrick Otherholt. 
John Mekiney. 
Jacob Ott. 
Jacob Stouver. 



Abraham Latherman. 
John Tinsman. 
Uurick Stouver. 
Antney Slaughter. 
Frederick Salladay. 
Adam Tinsman. 
Joseph Townson. 
Abraham Wismer. 



Hanry Megill. 
Patrick Matteln. 
George Pack. 
Abram Wisler. 
Daniel O'Daniel. 
Jacob Moast. 



Class 3. 



Jacob Salladay. 
Daunel Stout. 
John Rinerd. 
Daunel Gross. 
Thomas Mikelhous. 
William Wigten. 
John Mclntyer. 
Jacob Thomas. 



Class 4. 



Abraham Black, Juner. 
Adam Trough. 
Fredrick Wisel. 
John Geres. 
Joseph Braden. 
Jacob Youst. 
Hanery Stouver. 



Jacob Freets. 
Abraham Freets, Sener. 
Jacob Tinsman. 
Piter Loucks. 
John Engle. 
Jacob Miler. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



879 



Daved Kulp. 
Jacob Gudshalk. 
Rudell Trough. 
Michel Wisel. 
Hanry Landos. 
Joseph Matlen. 
John Hevener. 
Abraham Freets. 
Abraham Culp. 



Jacob Rupert 
John Srougs. 
Isac Overholt. 
John Cooper, Juner. 
Jacob Loucks. 
Rudelf Stouver. 
William Walten. 
Jacob Alam, Juner. 
Adam Rinerd. 



Michel Youg. 
Banjaman Ott. 
Piter Tinsman. 
John Loucks. 
Joseph Lier. 
Jacob Overholt. 
Jacob Latherman. 
Hugh Mufall. 
Rinerd Cofman. 



Hanry Eagle. 
Jacob Kulp. 
Hanry Wisel. 
Piter Shovewalter. 
Abraham Wismer. 
Hanry Ricekerd. 
Jacob Luts. 
John Funderwide. 
Hanry Ott. 
Hanry Overholt. 



Class 5. 

Hanry Freets. 
Danuel Fulmer. 
Andrew Algrad. 
Cristan Hockman. 
John Fluck. 
Philip Stoun. 
John Capert. 
John Hoover. 
John Sine. 

Class 6. 

Hanry Kepert. 
William Darough. 
Abraham Kulp. 
John Pivecaser. 
Jacob Landes. 
William Sneer. 
Jacob Hoover. 
Kasper Fluck. 
George Piper. 

Class 7. 

Michel Rinerd. 
John Titwiler. 
Hanry Rinerd. 
Abraham Roclriok. 
Hanry I-oLc. 
Jo'in Ott. 
Henry Strougs. 
Jacob Angney, Juner. 

Class 8. 

Pitter Ott. 
Jacob Overholt. 
Rudelf Landes. 
Philip Harpel, Juner. 
Nill Mcdofell. 
Androw Harman. 
Conred Mitman. 
Piter Shive. 
John Wildonger. 
Isac Black. 



380 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Antney Lerer. 
John Black. 
Hanry Strouse. 

Retourn mad by me. 



Jacob Miler. 
Hanry Doutey. 
George Wisel. 

SM. ARMSTRONG, Clark. 



(c.) I do hereby certify that William Rodman of Capt. 
Harrisons Company of the fourth Batalion of Bucks County 
Militia turned out in his Tcur of Militia duty in my Company at 
Newtown September 22d, 1781 and continued in my Company 
till October 3d following when he was ordered by General 
Lacey to take charge of the military stores at that place and 
act as Brigade Quarter Master in which post he continued till 
the militia were all discharged. As Witness my hand this 
22nd day of December 1783. 

ROBT. PATTERSON, Capt. 



A LIST OF THE FIRST. SECOND, THIRD & FOURTH 
CLASSES OF CAPT. HENRY DORROCHS COMPANY 
NOTYFIED TO PERFORM THIS PRESENT TOUR OP 
DUTY, (c.) 



1st Class. 



Henry Fratz. 
Jacob Yeother. 
Jno. Dungan, Senr. 
Gabriel Swartzlander. 
Jonathan Worthington. 
Jacob Clause. 
Jno Kemper. 
Joseph Mathew. 
Amos Griffith. 
Henry Rosenberger. 
Morgan James. 
Jno Root 

Robert Ewers. 
Willm. Morris. 
George Shipe. 



Saml. Bergy. 
Mathew Law. 
John Taylor. 
Zacharlah Williams. 
Jno. Watson. 
Jno. Morris, Sen'r. 
Will'm Barton. 
Jno. Davis. 
Jeremiah Cooper. 
Thomas Elston. 
George Philips. 



2nd Class. 



Jno. Harris. 
Abram Clymcr 
John Mason. 



COUNTY OP RUCKS. 



381 



Alexander Mechum. 
George Buzzard. 
John Gadshalk. 
Martin Lowry. 
Thos. Morris. 
Jno. Redlion. 



Daniel Evans. 
Willm. James, shoemaker. 
Samuel Wigton. 
Emanuel Stiteley. 
Philip Waggoner. 



3rd Class. 



Jacob Shiver. 
John Lapp, Jun'r. 
Jeremiah Vastne. 
Jonn James. 
Willm. Griffith. 
John Kelender. 
ADiah James. 
Jacob Keller. 
Jno. Whistler. 
Jacob Haldiman. 



Abraham Cratts. 

Jacob Kile. 

Jacob Whistler. 

Abel James. 

David Evers. 

Jacob Lap. 

Willm. James Taylor. 

Nicholas Kline. 

Willm. James Labourer. 



4th Class. 



Owen Thomas. 

Jacob Miller. 

Thomas Jones. 

Willm. Thomas. 

Frederick Repart. 

Mark Fretts. 

Isaac Thomas. 

Christia Clymer. 

Benjamin Bevan. 

John Steel. 

Joseph Lynn. 

Nathan James. 

Robert Shewell. 

John Hugan. substitute for Willm. Jones, shoemaker. 

John Mason. 

Morgan James. 

William Barton. 

Eli Barton, substitute for Robert Jonston. 

William Jones, substitute for George Shipe. 

Thomas Morris. 

John Davis, substitute for Joseph Wilson. 

Bengamin Bevan. 

William Grifeth. 



Walter Shewell. 
Aoraham Overholt. 
John Pennington. 
Ellis Pugh. 
Moses Aaron. 
Joseph Wilson. 
William Davis. 
Abraham Lapp. 
Robert Johnson. 
Wm. Davis. 
John Taylor. 
John Watson. 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



John Steel. 
Jonah Clouse. 
John Calaman. 

Newbritain, Sept. 22. 1781. 
To Col. WALL. 



WILLM. HYNES, Ueut 



LIST OF THE FOUR FIRST CLASSES IN THE TOWSHIP 
OF SOLEBURY. (c.) 



Jacob Sheppard. 
Joseph Skelton. 
Benjamin Beans. 
Joseph Hammilton. 
Jesse Dean. 
Hugh Ely. 
John Matthew. 
James Stout. 

John Bolderson. 
Joseph Beans. 
Jonathan Cottrel. 
Benjamin heartly. 
Samuel heartly. 
Jacob Paxon. 
Samuel Armitage. 
Wm. Kitchin Carpenter. 
Dauniel Pettit. 

Jonathan Bolderson. 
Abraham Paxon. 
Mickel Morton. 
Garroa Cavender. 
Joseph White. 
George Stout. 
Samuel Schoolfield. 
Isaac Scarborough. 
Ebenezar Done. 



Ist Class. 

Benjamin Witson. 
Robert Lanning. 
James Dewberry. 
Rubin Pownal. 
Jesse Pickering. 
Wm. Magil. Jun. 
Joseph Koglar. 

2nd Class. 

Henry Slack. 
John Ely. 
Joseph Ely, Jun. 
Thomas Lewis, Jun. 
David Kitchin. 
John Wilkinson, Jun. 
Joseph Jobson. 
Edward Blackfan. 

3rd Class. 

Ezekiah Bye. 
John Wilson. 
Jonathan Pickering. 
Jacob Dean. 
John Price. 
John Barcroft. 
Jonathan Kinzey. 
John Sebrung. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



4th Class. 



John Skelton. 
John Hutchinson. 
Fulkard Sebring. 
John hamilton. 
Wm. Townsend. 
John Pickering. 



Yeomans Gillingham. 
Simeon Pownal. 
John Commins. 
John Blackfon. 
Tho's Sebring, Jun'r. 
Serick Roberts. 



Sir this is a true return of the within Mentioned classes. 

Sept. 24, 1781. 
To GEORGE WALL, Sub. Lieut. 

I am your very humble Servant, 

PAUL KESTBR. Capt. 



CAPf. MCHENRY'S RETURN OF BEDMINSTER TOWN- 
SHIP BUCKS CO. 



Sept. 24, 1781. (c.) 



Henry Kulp. 
Jacob Landis. 
Jacob Crout, 
Christian Clymer. 
Henry Crouthomel. 
Daniel Fritz. 
Jacob Hackman. 
Alex. Kinnard. 
Abraham Pivekiser. 
Jacob Landis. 
Christian Fritz. 



Jacob Angne. 
Jacob Myer. 
Frederic Otherholt. 
Henry Rickert. 
Hanry Megill. 
Jacob Stouver. 
Pat Mattlen. 
Abraham Wisler. 
Daniel O'Daniel. 



Class the first. 



2nd. 



384 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

8d. 
Abraham Leatherman. 
John Tinseman. 
Ulric Stouver. 
Anthony Slaughter. 
Frederic Solliday. 
Adam Tinseman. 
Joseph Townsend. 
Ab'm Wismar. 
John Rinerd. 
Daniel Gross. 
Jno. Mclntire. 

4th Class. 
Ab'm Black, Jun'r. 
Frederic Weisel. 
Jos. Braden. 
Jacob Youst. 
Henry Stouver. 
Jacob Fritz. 
Ab'm Fritz. Sen'r. 
Jacob Tinseman. 
Peter Loucks. 
Jno. Engle. 
Jacob Miller. 

Abraham Youst: John Funderwide: Substitute. 
Falty Warts. 
William McNeely. 
Crlston Gilbert. 
Thos. Darough. 

Jacob Ott— Jacob Funderwide: Substitute. 
Jacob Most. 

Jacob Salladay — Mikel Adam: Substitute. 
Thomas McHelhous. 
William Witgen. 

Jacob Thomas — James Smith, Substitute. 
John McKinney. 

Adam Trough — John Steer — Substitute. 
John Gares. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



S86 



FOURTH BATTALION, (a.) 



Captain. 

Daniel Thompson, of the Third Company, in place of Captain 
Edmund Nutt, who refused to do duty in his said company 
and has not resigned; September 24, 1781. 

Lieutenants. 

Henry Shellenberger, of the third Company in the room of 
David Johnson, who never received his Commisaion; Sept 
24, 1781. 

William Soar, of the Fourth Company, in the room of Francis 
Titus who has removed to Chester County, Sept 24, 178L 



Sir (c) 

Please to deliver Provisions for Capt Jacob Bennets 
Troop of Bucks County Light Horse— for two Days. 
October 7th; A. D. 1781. 



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Bucks County Troop, 




To Maj'r LYONS I. C. 



DAVID FORST Lt L. D. 



25— Vol. V— 6th Ser. 



386 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Sir 

Please to Isue Provisions for Twenty-Seven men of the 
Bucks County Light Horse Commanded by Jacob Bennet 
Oct'r 9th 1781. 

Mr. LYONS L C. 



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Buekfl County Troop, 



1 2 1 2S 2 



JACOB BENNET Capt. L. D. 



Sir 

Please to deliver Provisions for Capt. Jacob Bennets Troop 
of Light Horse of Bucks County. October 11th A. D. 1781. 



E 

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8 Si 



Bucks County Troop. 




Col. CRISPIN C. G. 



DAVID FORST Lt. L. D. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



887 



Sir 

Please to Isue ProTlslons for Captain Jacob Bennett Troop 
of Bucks County Light Horse. 

Oct'r 18th A. a 17SL. 



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Bucka Ooonty Troop, 



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Col. CRISPIN C. G. 



JACOB BBNNBT Capt U D. 



We the subscribers do hereby Certify Mr. John McCammon 
was out in the Light Horse Service, and Served faithfully 
at the time the Militia March'd to Newtown in the year 1781— 
Dec. 14th 1785. 

JACOB BBNNET. Capt 
DAVID PORST, Ueut. 
To the Lieutenant 
of the Co. of Bucks 



I Dow Here by certify that Samuel Brackinridge belonged 
to the Troop of Horse in the yeaf Eighty and part Eighty 
one and did the Duty Required of him. 

JACOB BENNBT Capt 



A RETURN OP MEN 10 TAKE THEIR TOUR OP DUTY 
IN THE 4 PIRST CLASS OP CAPT. GIBSON'S COMP. (c.) 



Josias Perguson. 
Jams. Perguson. 
Robt. Thorn Subist. Aaron Wood. 



388 ASSOCIATORfi AND MILITIA. 

Wm. Hart Sublet. Jona. Stow (Stoa). 

Wm. Miller. 

Jams. Ruckman Subst Ezieckel Chilcott 

Wm. Black. 

Joth'n Hunsman. 

John McCalla. 

Thomas Crag. 

Alex'r McDowell. 

Jams. Horkely Biggs. 

John Boye North'e Smith. 

Barnard Vahorn. 

Jos. Sheffer. 

Jacob Fox, John Rea Subst. 

Charls. Dyer. 

Henery Gaddls Sub. Wm. Smith. 

John Cohnen Sub. John Harkins. 



FIFTH BATTALION, (a.) 



Colonel. 
Joseph Mcllvaine, May 6, 1777. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

John Jarvis, May 6, 1777. 



FIRST COMPANY. 



Captain. 
John Thomson, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 

James Gilkinson, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 

Joseph White. May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
John Vansant, May 6, 1777. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. f89 

SECOND COBfPANT. 



Captain. 
John Woods, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant 
Asha Carter, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Stephan Carter, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Nathaniel Burrows, May 6, 1777. 



THIRD COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Jacob Vandegrift, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Jacob Vandegrift, Jr., May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant 
John Harrison, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Isaac Johnston, May 6 1777. 



FOURTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
John Lyne, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant 
Thomas Breleford, May 6. 1777. 



390 ASSOCIATORS AND MILJTIA. 

Second Lieutenant 

Edward Nutt, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
John Qreen, May 6, 1777. 



FIFTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Abraham Britten, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant 
John Goslin, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant 
John Bodine, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
William Albeson, May 6, 1777. 



SIXTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Joshua Anderson, May G, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Richard Stillwell, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant 
George Bennet, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Samuel Pool, May C, 1777. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



391 



SEVENTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Lambert Pitner, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant 
Henry Murfits, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant 
Thomas Thomson, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
John Pitner, May 6, 1777. 



EIGHTH COMPANY. 



Captain. 

Thomas Miller, May 6, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 

Daniel Martin, May 6, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant 

Lewis Rew, May 6, 1777. 

Ensign. 
John Grigg, May 6, 1777. 

The within is a Return of the Officers of the 5 Battalions of 
Bucks County with their Respective Ranks, &c., which I beg 
leave to present to the Honbl. the President of the State of 
Pennsylvania. 

JO. KIRKBRIDE, Lieut of B. C. 



392 ASSOCIATORS AND MILJTIA. 



A RETURN OF THE PERSONS CHOSEN TO FILL THE 
VACANCIES OF FIELD OFFICERS IN THE 5TH BAT- 
TALION OF BUCKS COUNTY MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
COLO. JOS. McILVAIN. (c.) 



May 24th. 1779. 

Joshua Anderson, Lieut. Col. in place of Lieut. Colo. Jno. 
Jarvis removed. 

John Thompson, Major, in place of Major Wm. Dean, re- 
moved. 



NAMES OF PERSONS CHOSEN TO FILL THE VACANCIES 
IN THE COMPANIES IN COLO. JOS. McILVAINS BAT- 
TALION. 



May 29th, 1779. 

Joseph While, Captain, in place of Capt. John Thompson, 
promoted. 

John Vansant, second Lieut., in place of Lieut. Jos. While, 
promoted. 

Christian Hisse, Ensign, in place of Ens. John Vansant, pro- 
moted. 

June 15th. 1779. 

Rich*d Stillwell, Captain, in place of Capt. Joshua Anderson, 
promoted. 

Gabriel Vansant, first Lieut., in place of Lt. Rich'd Stillweil, 
promoted. 

Philip Slack, Second Lieut., in place of Lieut George Ben- 
net, Resigned. 

Timothy Slack, Ensign, in place of Ensign Samuel Pool, re- 
signed. 

To the Honourable 

TIMOTHY MATTACK, Esq'r 

Secretary to Council. 

Aug. 21st. 1779. 

Commission made out & sent to Colonel Kirkbride the 4th 
of Sept. 1779. 

JOS. KIRKBRIDE, Lt. Col. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



298 



NOCKAMIXON COMPANY, (a.) 



Whereas, It appears from authentic Accountg Received from 
England that it is the Design of the Present Ministry to 
Enforce the Great unjust and Cruel acts of Parliament Com- 
plained of in the Most Loyal and Dutiful manner by the Con- 
gress, And, Whereas, an Additional Number of Troops (with 
a fleet have been ordered for America to assist the Troops)* 
now in Boston, in the Execution of the Said acts. We the 
Subscribers agreed that we will associate for the Purpose of 
Learning the military Exercises and for Defending our Prop- 
erty Liberty and Lives against all attempts to Deprive us of 
them. 



Captain. 
Jacob Shoope. 

First Lieutenant 
Nicholas Custort. 

Second Lieutenant 
Solomon Litchcay. 

Ensign. 
George Averpack. 



Sergeants. 



Deanis Prusle. 
Jacob Bergstresser. 



Jacob Rufe. 
Ralph Sevele. 



George Adams. 
William Custort. 



Corporals. 



Richard Trouer. 
Godfrey Miller. 



Jacob Bidleman. 
Jacob Meyer. 



Privates. 



John Hoocos. 
George Overback. 



* stricken out in original. 



394 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Jacob Qrafe. 
Mathias Harman. 
Andrew Emrig. 
John Broogh. 
Michael Ligbtcap. 
Peter Deel. 
NicklOB McCarty. 
Henry Franganfield. 
Felix Deel. 
Stofel Preel. 
Lawrence Messer. 
Michael Sheek. 
Jacob Leaghtle. 
John Raisner. 
Conard Hufman. 
Jacob Kole. 
Anthony Qresler. 
Peter Leaghtle. 
Stofel Longbey. 
Joseph Kole. 
George Kole. 
Jacob ZimpBton. 
Jonathan Gregary. 
James Gordon. 
Philip Idam. 
John Younken. 
John Sheek. 
John Hufman. 
Henry Shoup. 
Jacob Lightcap. 
Melgar Wydenmyer. 
Morris Morris. 
Lawrence Pirson. 
Uria Dipy. 
John Gordon. 
Jacob Zikenfoos. 
John Deemer. 
Christian Traugar. 
Jacob Roop. 
Solomon Wolfanger. 



John Roop. 
Michael Good. 
Philip Grober. 
John Klinker. 
Christian Trauger. 
Henry Roof. 
Adam Black. 
John Ulmer. 
William Gregary. 
Paul Rimer. 
John Tenbrook. 
Fredrig Foonk. 
Andrew Hameraton. 
John Eyleif. 
Andrew Dreetenback. 
Jacob Neemand. 
Peter Stam. 
Adam Stam. 
John Kalf. 
Peter Zikenfoos. 
David Gordon. 
Henry Adams. 
Jacob Richey. 
Jacob Young. 
John Hegar. 
Henry Reegle. 
John Reegle. 
Daniel Reegle. 
Michael Cole. 
David Stam. 
John Dreetenback. 
Philip Pirson. 
Andrew Preel. 
Jacob Ashborn. 
John Nolden. 
Daniel Snider. 
George Snider. 
Michael Krouse. 
John Michael. 



Thomas Steuart. 
Alexander McElroy. 
George McElroy. 



Associators under age. 

Thomas Litle. 
John Jamison. 
Daniel Jamison. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



895 



John McComan. 
Philip Gresler. 
Kilian Gresler. 
Jacob Hannan. 
Samuel Morison. 



Hugh Jamison. 
Petter Loutonston. 
John Loughry. 
Amos Loughry. 



TINICUM COMPANY, (a.) 



Roll of the Associated Company for the Township of Tinicum, 
Bucks county. 



Moses Kelly. 
Jacob Weaver. 



John Thomsoix. 
John Patterson, Sr. 
William Davis. 
James Smith. 
Robert McFarling. 
John McGlahland. 
Charles Wilson. 
Samuel Mathers. 
Alexander Mitchel. 
Alexander Patterson. 
James Henry. 
James Carrel. 
John Means. 
Daniel Baxter. 
Ezra Patterson. 
John Kanard. 



Captain. 
Nicholas Patterson. 

First Lieutenant. 
Henry Douty. 

Second Lieutenant 
Thomas Ramsey. 

Ensign. 
William Means. 

Sergeants. 

Benjamin Brooks. 
John Praul. 

Privates. 

Henry McDowel. 
Robert Stewart, Jr. 
Stophel Slater. 
John Patterson, Jr. 
Josiah Pattersoa 
Samuel Abernathey. 
Samuel Greenaway. 
James McCahren. 
Thomas Jiles. 
Aaron Van Debelt. 
Samuel Hart. 
Andrew Patterson. 
James Wilson. 
Andrew Wilson. 
Cornelius Van Debelt. 
Thomas Tilyer. 



896 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



John Baley. 
Michael Walter. 
Jacob NeeB. 
Abraham Gouncan. 
Herman Shaman. 
John Nees. 
Peter Sign. 
John Shupe. 
Robert Harvey. 
Benjamin Holdron. 
EliaB Harris. 
Samuel Tomb. 
Peter Van Debelt 
Conrad Shermal. 
William McCawly. 
David McCarger. 
Andrew Mower. 
Jonathan Thomas. 
John Pope. 
Joseph McFarland. 
William Mclntire. 
Anthony Haney. 



Simon Haney. 
Fretherich George. 
Michael Lampard. 
Michael Strouse, Jr. 
John Strouse. 
George Strouse. 
Ludwick Wildonger. 
Alexander Miller. 
John Swab. 
Jacob Trout 
William Means, Jr. 
Levi Owens. 
Stots Overholt. 
Bartholewmey Moffet. 
Edward Rachford. 
John White. 
Uriah Hews. 
Joseph White. 
Manuel Pitcock. 
Peter Kolp. 
Jacob Walter. 
Henry Titomor. 



[Broke off from the first Company after having the privi- 
lege of Choslng officers in the first; and made a Second Com- 
pany to the Damage and Disturbance of the first Company, 
of the Township of Tinicum, the following persons, viz:] 

Captain. 
Arthur Irwin. 

Lieutenant. 
Patrick Shaw. 

Ensign. 
William Wilson. 



Robert Steward, Sr. 
Thomas Steward, Jr. 
John Kelly. 
Robert Steward, 2d Jr. 
William Miller. 



Privates. 

John Irwin. 
John Richey. 
John McHolom. 
William McGlahland. 
Alexander McDowel. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



897 



[Persons belonging to said Township that had Not Sub- 
scribed the first association and Now Joined Irwin's Conoi- 
pany.] 



Peter Snyder. 
Joseph Hail. 
James Wallace. 



Henry Kolp. 
Jacob Fair. 



ROCKHILL COMPANY, (a.) 



Roll of the Associated Company in Rockhill Township, Bucks 
County, taken August 10th, 1775. 



Adam Share. 
John Brown. 
Robert Smith. 
John Paule. 
Christian Pack. 
George Phillips. 
Charles Nagle. 
Peter Henry. 
Jacob Wifel. 
Jacob Fluck. 
Gudwig riusk. 
George Magle. 



Captain. 
Andrew Kechline. 

i'irst Lieutenant. 
Michael Smith. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Nowrad Messimer. 

Ensign. 
Thomas Armstrong. 

Privates. 



Adam Magle. 
Thomas Scotland. 
Simon Sineech. 
Andrew Ingland. 
Sebastian Steer. 
Peter Hach. 
John Stinger. 
Valentine Bargstraser. 
Henry Loux. 
T/eonard Heninggar. 
(George Scyler. 
George Witemyer. 



ASSOCIATORS- AND MIUTIA. 



Baraat Rui>ert 
John Barsstraser. 
Lawrence Cremor. 
Henry Leach. 
Andrew Stoler. 
George Row. 
Jacob Penter. 
Peter Shire. 
George Stiner. 
John Dager. 
Peter Walter. 
Philip Walter. 
Christine Hell. 
Michael Plank. 
John Frederick. 



Joseph Frederick. 
Daniel Penner. 
Peter Green. 
Conrad Swink. 
Joseph Stompe. 
Will Wilhelm. 
John Shoup. 
Ludwig Penner. 
Gasper Flusk. 
John Fluck. 
Conrad Masonhamer. 
Jacob Fosbinner. 
Valentine Gearies. 
Philip Toma. 



SPRINGFIELD COMPANY, (a.) 



Roll of the Associated Company in the Township of Spring 
field, Bucks county, taken ye 2l8t August, 1775. 



Privates. 



Michael Fackenthale. 
Philip Hess. 
George Buntin. 
Christian Mench. 
Philip Correll. 
Daniel Deal. 
Michael Deal. 
Martin Brown. 
Peter Hedreck, 
Rudolp Kroman. 
Wollery Lutz. 
John Moyer. 
John Folk. 
Nicholas Buck. 
Tenus Hartzel. 
Adam Mench. 
John Metzger. 



Frederick Kirch. 
Adam Shoog. 
Philip Man. 
John Young. 
Adam Frankinfild. 
Peter Ruth. 
Matthew Reinhart. 
George Ruth, Jr. 
Henry Huber. 
Philp Trevy. 
Moses Buntin. 
George Weber. 
Peter Gruber. 
Adam Bidlcman. 
Elias Shwarz. 
Peter Zigler. 
David Gary. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



Jacob Erdman. 
Cassmir Henys, 
John Mench. 
Charles Eioblin. 
John Folmer. 
Sebastian Horn. 
Casper Metzger. 
John Woolslayer. 
Isaac Wizebach. 
John Man. 
Jacob Baron. 



Yest Smith. 
Christopher Wignere. 
Francis Smith. 
Daniel Wignere. 
Henry Afienbache. 
Peter Shoos. 
Andrew Segafoos. 
John Esterle. 
Benedict Strome. 
Charlies Diel. 
Frederick Konig. 



RICHLAND COMPANY, (a.) 



Roll of the Associated Company of the Township of Rich- 
land, Bucks county, October the 9th, 1775. 



First Lieutenant. 
John Richison. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Peter Deal!. 

Ensign. 
Daniel Bartholomew. 

First Sergeant. 
Joseph Radoback. 

Second Sergeant. 
Henry Deall. 

Fifer. 
John Hinckel. 



William Hickinbottom 
Peter Wickel. 
Nicholas Trumbower. 
Andrew Reese. 



Privates. 



Samuel Eliott. 
William Taylor. 
Martin Weaver. 
Mikel Blyler. 



400 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Henry Smith. 
Jacob Wisele. 
Jacob Ortt. 
Leonard Hinckel. 
John Wilhelm. 
Bernet Heller. 
Samuel Tennis. 
Emanuel Wagner. 
Robert Miller. 
James Miller. 
Moses Pettit. 
George Andebus. 
William Nellson. 
Elisha Parcker. 
James Mellwin, Jr. 
Philip Shitts. 
Benjamin Croo. 
Samuel Wollten. 
Andrew Snider. 
Killyon Garey. 
Lowdvick Fluck. 
Andrew Stoon, Jr. 
Daniel Stoon. 
John Burck. 
George Burck. 
Frederick Deal. 



Jacob Rodaback. 
Jacob Burck. 
Peter Deal, weaver. 
David Olthous. 
Peter Smith. 
George Deall. 
Michael Deall. 
John Deall. 
Benjamin Wolcker. 
Christian Dile. 
Philip Stall. 
Henry Noragon. 
Jacob Moock. 
Michael Croman. 
Lawdvick Hoffman. 
Youst Smith. 
Solomon Grover. 
Jacob Grover. 
Casper Gross. 
Barnet Sworts. 
Samuel Tolbert. 
Stephen Knisel. 
John Knisel. 
Lich Parcker. 
Edward Parcker. 



LOWER MILFORD COMPANY, (a.) 



Roll of the Associated Company for Ix)wer Milford Township, 
Bucks County, 1775. 



Captain. 
Henry Huber. 

Lieutenant. 
Philip Trombour. 

Ensign. 
Samuel Hottrh. 

Sergeant. 
Conrad Keer. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



401 



Privates. 



George Egert 
Peter Koll. 
Adam Trambour. 
Henry Huber. 
John Hoifman. 
David Spinner. 
Jacob Torward, Jr. 
Michael Miller. 
Jacob Ftick. 
Philip Kohl. 
Jacob Kauffman. 
Michael Brauchler. 
Jacob Philip. 
Isaac Harnacker. 
John Mawrer. 
Jonathan Baur. 
Michael Schwartz. 
David Phillips. 
John Fow. 
William Wintzer. 
Valentine Beydemann. 
Elias Krider. 
John Wolleber. 
George Engel. 
Adam Zigenfuss. 
Peter Kuder. 
Samuel Melven. 
Michael Kolp. 
Jacob Rennet". 
Jacob Frick. 
John Fries. 
Joseph Jameson. 
Jonathan Weidner. 
Nicholas Hombour. 
Dewalt Brauchler. 
Benjamin Leah. 
Peter Wolf. 
Simon Gucker. 
George Zigenfuss. 
Christian Huber. 
Abraham Ditlo. 
Christopher Ritenauer. 



Henry Bleyler, Jr. 
George Philip, miller. 
Jacob Huber. 
Joseph Seabold. 
Henry Huber, shoemaker. 
Daniel Bambrucht 
Philip Scholl. 
Rudolph Huber. 
Rudolph Ritweiler. 
Jacob Thomas. 
Joseph Reling. 
Michael Bischop. 
Jacob Klein. 
Jonathan Klein. 
Henry Wambold. 
Wendel Mayer. 
Valentine Giger. 
Israel Bartch. 
Jonathan Dinter, miller. 
Thomas Boger. 
Michael Eberhart. 
Jonathan Jacoby. 
Jacob Kugler. 
Ensworth Leiber. 
George Heist. 
Adam Reichert. 
George Reichert.- 
Adam Heckman. 
Peter Schoner. 
Casper Bastian. 
Jonathan Schelly. 
Henry Matthers. 
William Getman. 
Jacob Weitnicht. 
Frederick Fritz. 
Frederick Pester. 
Peter Samsel. 
Michael Pleiler. 
Philip Dosch. 
George Horlacher. 
Berin Ruter. 
Christian Miller. 



2G— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



402 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Peter Daub. 
Philip Numbaur. 
Peter Qabel. 
Christian Chriter. 
Martin Pacha. 
Adam Willauer. 
Fullenton Huber. 
Dewald Samsel. 
Henry Bitting. 
Henry Oblinger. 
George Helligas. 
George Chritz. 
Abraham Kinder. 
William Schimeson. 
Jacob Fox. 
Michael Eaum. 
Christopher Sacks. 



Joseph Harnacker. 
Jacob Breisch. 
Peter Pleiler. 
David Mockle. 
Thomas Edwards. 
George Zangmeister. 
Philip Zangmeister. 
John Macht. 
Henry Wenig. 
John Waldmann. 
Joseph Erdmann. 
Lenhart Henfer. 
Jacob Mathews. 
Peter Mathews. 
Ludwick Schwager. 
Carl Wohnsiegler. 
Joseph Shaw. 



This is to certify, that John Keays, Enlisted in my Com- 
pany as Sergeant, the 26th day of November 1775. (c.) 

AUGUSTIN WILLETT. 



CAPTAIN HENRY VAN HORNE'S COMPANY, (a.) 



Muster Roll of Captain Henry VanHorn*s Company of Militia, 
Commanded by Col. Joseph Kirkbride, Newtown, in Bucks, 
county, January 22, 1777. 



Captain. 
Henry Van Horn, December 6, 1776. 

First Lieutenant. 
Robert Ramsey, December 6. 1776. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Thomas Huston, December 6, 1776. 

Ensign. 
Abram Johnson, December 6, 1776. 

Sergeant. 
Andrew McMinn, December 6, 1776. 

Corporal. 
John Vance, December 27, 1776. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



403 



Drummer. 
Isaiah Van Horn, December 6, 1776. 

Privates. 
John Price, December 26, 1776. 
Joshua Van Horn, December 6, 1776. 
David McMorrls, December 14, 1776. 
James McMorris, January 5, 1777. 
James Sharkey, December 26, 1776. 
Archibald McCorkell, December 26, 1776. 
David Riddle, December 6, 1776. 
Peter Lafferton, December 6, 1776. 
Patrick Hunter, December 26, 1776. 
William Bateman, January 3, 1777. 
Thomas Harper, January 3, 1777. 
Eman Scott, December 26, 1776. 
Abram Slack, December 26, 1776. 
Jeremiah Van Horn, January 3, 1777. 
John Johnson, December 6, 1776. 
Robert Watson, January 17, 1777. 
Robert McDowell, December 26, 1776. 

Mustered them of Captain Van Horn's Company: 1 Captain. 
2 Lieutenants, 1 Ensign, 1 Sergeant, 1 Corporal, 1 I>rummer, 
and 17 Privates. 

LOD'K SPROGELL. M. M. G. of P. 

(c.) We and each of us the undernamed Substitutes in the 
second Class of Bucks County Militia doth hereby Acknow- 
ledge that we have rec'd of and from Samuel Smith Sub. 
Lieutenant of the County aforesaid the sum annexed to each 
of our Names, which is the full consideration stipulated for 
our Bounty for the Term of Two Months. Witness our hand>« 

this 7th Day of August, 1777, at Billings Port We say 

Rec'd severally by us. 



his 
James & Wallace, 
mark. 
hl8 
John + Hamblton. 

mark. 
Patrick his Konos, 
mark. 



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404 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



I 



Robt. McNeely, 

William (Illegible). .. 

Conrad Mahler 

Jacob Resael. 

J. Weint 

WniJAm Hurt, 

Jaa, Brown. 

JADif^B Whtew, 

Thomas Pain, 

John X Langly 

Bamot Q nan. 

Samuel Grcenway, ... 

Thomas TUlyer 

William McBrldc. ... 

Owen Rlchftnlfi 

jAtnefi B<*ptKi, 

Wellero Ciutis&ni, 

MoBifS lam4?R, 

his 

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mark. 

Jamea Dixy 

his 
Dan'l P Buriren, .... 

mark. 

Robt. Hervy, 

John RIcherds, 

his 
Joseph S I^bollt, .. 

mark. 
Danlal L>ambrlRht, . 

James McComcn. 

Charles Erwen, 

James Erwen, 

his 
Baronet X Erehnrt, 
mark, 
his 
William H McNeil, 
mark, 
his 
Emas oe Lochrey, .. 

mark. 

his 

peter n Mery 

mark. 
(Illegible) Konner, .. 
Edw'd H. Konner, ... 

Robert Shannon 

Samuel Shannon, 

Alex Alexander, 

Jorg:e Miller, • 

BenJ'n taylor, 



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COUNTY OP BUCKS. 405 

(c.) We and Each of ub Do acknoladg Receiviiig from 
Saml. Smith. Sub. Lieut, of the County of Bucks. The Sum 
of Sixty Dollars which is the full Consideration agreed for 
two months Service in Camp as Substituts in third Class of 
Bucks County Militia. We Say Rd. By us The 6th Dmy of 
October 1777. 

Thomas Tillyer. 
Samuel Greenway. 
William Shillita. 
John Miller. 
Alexander McDowell. 
Evan Grlfilth. 
John Brown. 
Oeorge his X mark Black. 
John Hunsiman. 
John Seis. 
Samuel Watters. 
Thoms. Dickenson. 
Patrick Connoly. 
i nomas teler. 
John his X mark Majer. 
Johnathan his X mark arnold. 
patt. his X mark Hamilton. 
Thomas taylor. 
James taylor. 

Lewes his X mark Conner. 
Edward his X mark Conner. 
Charles his X mark Dyer, 
forges his X mark Johnston. 
David Simpson. 
John Cambell. 



CAPTAIN HENRY DARRAH'S COMPANY, (a.) 



Muster roll of Captain Henry Darrah's Company, Bucks County 
Militia, detachment in the service of the United States, and 
commanded by Lieutenant Colonel John Lacey, Esq., De* 

cember 3. 1777. 



Captain. 
Henry Darrah, November 1, 1777. 



406 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

Lieutenants. 

Joseph Greer, November 1, 1777. 
Jones Ingham, November 1, 1777. 

Ensign. 
William Borom. November 1, 1777. 

Fifer. 
Simon James, November 1, 1777. 

Clerk. 

William Coffin, November 1, 1777. 

Sergeants. 

John Weir, November 1, 1777. 
Andrew McCreary, November 1, 1777. 
Thomas Ritchie, November 1, 1777. 
John Wilson, November 1, 1777. 

Corporals. 

David Herrin, November 1, 1777. 
John Tate, November 1, 1777. 
Richard Wilgus, November 1, 1777. 
Daniel Hasty, November 1. 1777. 

Privates. 

John Mathers, November 1, 1777. 
Alexander Parker, November 1, 1777. 
John Parker, November 1, 1777. 
Joseph Robinson, November 1, 1777. 
Moses Dunlap, November 1, 1777. 
William Hair, November 1, 1777. 
Jacob Pickard, November 1, 1777. 
John Shepherd, November 1, 1777. 
Stephen Doyle, November 1, 1777. 
Charles Dunlap, November 1, 1777. 
Alexander Long, November 1, 1777. 
Peter Jedun, November 1, 1777. 
Isaac James, November 1, 1777. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



407 



Samuel Mason, November 1, 1777. 
Alexander Ramsey, November 1, 1777. 
Adam Boylin, November 1, 1777. 
John Grant, November 1, 1777. 
William Harvey, November 1. 1777. 
Benjamin Wood, November 1, 1777. 
John Cummins, November 1, 1777. 
John Neaphas, November 1, 1777. 
Levick Roberts, November 1, 1777. 
Francis Jedun, November 1, 1777. 
Abram Vandyke, November 1, 1777. 
George Smith, November 1, 1777. 
Joseph Law, November 1, 1777. 
Thomas Gaun, November 1, 1777. 
William Doyle, November 1, 1777. 
Robert Morrison, November 1, 1777. 
Samuel Jones, November 1, 1777. 
Hugh Watson, November 1, 1777. 
Robert Kennedy, November 1, 1777. 
Robert Weir, November 1, 1777. 
Hugh Barkley, November 1, 1777. 
Thomas Hill, November 1, 1777. 
Henry Young, November 1, 1777. 
John Kern, November 1, 1777. 
Thomas Hamilton, November 1, 1777. 
John Robinson, November 1, 1777. 
John Herrin, November 1, 1777. 
John James, November 1, 1777. 
Charles Morrow, November 1, 1777. 



408 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



CAPTAIN HENRY DARRAH'S COMPANY, (a.) 



X 



Muster Roll of Captain Henry Darrah's Company, Bucks 
County Militia, under command of Col. William Roberts, 
September 21, 1778. 



Captain. 
Henry Darrah. 

Lieutenants. 

Joseph Grier. 
William Hayns. 

Ensign. 
William Borom. 



Privates. 



David Davis. 
Benjamin Butler. 
Joseph Thomas. 
Morgan James. 
Samuel Borgy. 
Robert Ewer. 
Alexander Forman. 
WJlliam Morris. 
Peter Kippard. 
John Harry. 
Henry Ruth. 
George Caingell. 
James Weir. 
Alexander More. 
Joseph Matthews. 
Amos Griffith. 
Henry Rosenbury. 
Thomas James. 
Matthew Law. 
Tobiah Shull. 
William James. 



Andrew Ruth. 
George Shipe. 
Abraham Coffin. 
John Sprogell. 
Owen Swartz. 
John James. 
Joseph Robeson. 
James Griffin. 
Lewis Lunn. 
Simon James. 
John Ruth. 
John Davis, Esq. 
Christian Etherholt. 
Abiah Butler. 
Jacob Silver. 
Christian Ruth. 
Jonathan Drake. 
William Griffith. 
Abraham Ruth. 
John Weir. 
Benjamin Griffith. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



409 



Philip Eckerman. 
Edward Williams. 
Jacob Miller. 
William Thomas. 
John Kisler. 
Charles Dunlap. 
Samuel Mason. 
Isaac Williama 
Jacob Creaton. 
John Thomson. 
Isaac Lapp. 
^Thomas Mathewi. 
Andrew StinaoiL 
Christian Khoar. 
Joshua Law. 
Conrad Swartzlander. 
Joseph Griffith. 
Isaac James. 
Peter Kippard, Jr. 
Robert Morrison. 
John Billler. 
John Lapp. 
Jeremiah Vastine. 
John James. 
Samuel Harry. 
Joseph Lunn. 
Stephen Bartain. 
Andrew McCreary. 
Owen Thomas. 
Robert Flack. 
Thomas Jones. 
Frederick Kippard. 



Mark Fraley. 
Jeremiah Duncan. 
Samuel Griffith. 
David Caldwell. 
William Hare. 
John Edonard. 
Benjamin Matthewi. 
George Smith. 
John Tidisyler. 
Bleazer James. 
Zachariah Tlddro. 
Henry Ruth. 
Ludwig Stricknard. 
WUliam HcVey. 
Richard Lewis. 
Christian Miller. 
Christian Clymer. 
Benjamin Brown. 
Gawin Stevens. 
Robert Jones. 
John Mason. 
Andrew Harry. 
Jacob Swartz. 
John Gardner. 
William Wright 
Philip Millar. 
Isaac Thomas. 
Christian Swartz. 
Robert Thomson. 
James Hackley. 
David Thomas. 
James Haslett. 



(c.) Alaxandria 16th April 1788. 
Sr. 

I received yours of the 5th Inst, and sincerely lament the 
situation you are thrown in by the imprudence of your Son. 
I can with much cheerfulness and sincerity testify the hu- 
mane treatment I met wit)i from you and your family when 
sick at your house, I have below added my deposition, and 



410 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

will be happy to hear It may have any weight in the relief 
of your distress. 
I am w't much esteem. 

Your Obed. Hble Serv't 

JAMES HENDRICKS. 



Town of Alexandria ss. (Virginia) 

Came the 16th April 1783 James Hendricks of S'd Town 
before me and made oath that in the Winter of 1777 (he 
being then a Lieut. Colo, in the Contin3ntal army) he lodg*d 
at the house of John Burroughs in Bucks County Pennsyl-^ 
vania where he lay sick most part of the winter, that the 8*d 
Burroughs and family treated him with much kindness, and 
whilst he was at s'd Burrough's house he frequently saw both 
officers and soldiers treated by the s'd family with much 
attention, that Samuel Burroughs the son of s'd John, then 
a lad, appear'd wild and wish'd to have joined the ameri- 
can army if been encouraged, and that he never heard the 
s'd Burroughs express any thing inimical to the American 
cause, and he verily believes the part Saml. Burroughs hath 
since taken was more occasion'd by his wild giddy disposi- 
tion than principle. 

JAMES HENDRICKS. 

done before me the date above mention'd. 

ROBERT ALLISON. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



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(c.) Hill Town, May 23d, 1781. 

A RETURN OF THE MALE WHITE INHABITANTS OF 
THE SOUTHWEST DIVISION O FHILLTOWN THAT IS 
BETWEEN THE AGE OF EIGHTEEN AND FIFTY 
THREE EXCEPTING THOSE THAT IS EXCEPTED BY 
LAW. 

Pr. NATHAN EVANS. Capt. 



Conrad Shellenberger. 



1st Class. 

Joshua DuDgan. 



Michael Hartsley. 
George Delp. 



2 Class. 

Charles Miller. 



3 Class. 



Benja. Griffith. 
William Lewis. 
Jacob Crisman. 
Henry Lyde. 
Aaron James. 



Jacob Boder. 
Obed Aron. 
Michael Frantz. 
John Pugh. 



4 Class. 



Abr Miller. 
Abr. Sellars. 
Jonah Thomas. 



Asa Thomas. 
James Eaton. 



5 Class. 



Wm. Sovercool. 
Benja. Morris. 
Morris Morris. 



Henry Price. 
Wm. Miller. 



6 Class. 



Edward Jones. 
Jacob Cole. 
Job Thomas. 
John Mathias. 



Philip Pitting. 
Daniel Sullivan. 
Jon'a Hinton. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



415 



Abel Miller. 
Joseph Thomas. 
Levi Thomas. 
Joseph Thomas, Jun'r. 
Amos Vastine. 



Samuel Shannon. 
Daniel Pugh. 
Ebinzar Owens. 
Cadw'r Morris. 
Joseph Morris. 
Abel Owens. 



7 Class. 

Adam Fowler. 
Elias Thomas. 
John Mitchel. 
James Lewis. 
Abel Thomas. 

8 Class. 

Joseph Briton. 
Wm. Thomas. 
Ezra EiVans. 
Elijah Briton. 
Amos (Illegible). 
Nicholas Frantz. 



(c.) A RETURN OF A LIST OF THE LIGHT HORSE 
OF BUCKS COUNTY. 



Equipped. 

Capt. 

Jacob Bennet. 

Lieut. 
David Forst. 

Comt. 
John Shan. 



John Horner. 
Wm. Ramsey. 
Joseph Hart, Jun. 
Thomas Hughes. 
Stacy Taylor. 
Gabriel Vanzant. 
Peter Roberts. 
Wm. Bennet. 
John Shannon. 
James Leddon. 
Robert Mernes. 
The above are fully equipped. 



Jacob Kentnor. 
John Armstrong 
Wm. McConky. 
Daniel Martin. 
Nathaniel Burrows. 
John Roberts. 
Joseph Sachet, Jun. 
George Mitchell. 
John Fell. 
John Torlbert. 
John McCammon. 



416 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Not Equiped. 

Aaron Hagerman. Robert Craige. 

Jessee Brittain. Thomas Wilson. 

BenJ'a Teoman. 

I do certify that the foregoing is a true State of the Cal- 
very for the County Bucks. 

JACOB BENNET, Capt 
June 18th 1781. 
To Coll. Joseph Hart Lieut, of B. C. 



(c.) Sir. Please to Isue Provisions for 12 men of the Mil- 
itia Light Dragoons Commanded by Jacob Bennet, Capt. Sept. 
27th, 1781. 

To the Isuing Comisary Stay Taylor Q. M. 



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Reed the Above 

WM. THOMAS. Q. M. 



(C.) A RETURN OF THE MEN THAT MARTCHED IN 
CAPT. WILLIAM ERWINS COMPANY OUT 01^" THE TWO 
FIRST CLASSES OF TINICUM. 

October 1st. 1781. 



Abel Sehlac. 
James Willson. 
Cunrod Shemel. 



First Class. 
Martehed. 



John Kelly. 
Harmin Yonkin 
Will Cambell. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



417 



Kobt Stewart. 
James Wallace. 
Antoney Henoy. 
Will Means. 
James Davice. 



George overpack. 
James Cambel. 
Joseph Brooks. 
Jacob Hole. 
Jacob Everet. 



Joseph Cambell. 
Peter Shewman. 



Not Marched. 



Abraham Overholt. 
Fredrick George. 



John onglemire. 
John Miller. 



Second Class. 
Martched. 



Phillip Gruver. 
Franses Wilson. 



Not Marched. 



Harman Shewman. 
James Beens. 
Jeremiah Williams. 
James Cerl. 
Jacob fare. 
John Swope. 



Herbert Shewman. 
John hoglan. 
John Prall. 

Nathanuel Templeton. 
Robt. Stewart, colecter. 
Arther Erwin. Sick. 



Simon haney. 
Wm. Custard. 
Comaless Vandabelt. 
Kilyon Kresler. 
John Shoup. 



Third Class. 
Marched. 



Jacob fox. 
Wm. Macentire. 
Stofel Strous. 
Ludwick Worman. 



Peter Colp. 
Christon frets. 
Henry Miller. 
Wm. Coper. 



Not Marched. 



Isack Climer. 
Moses Marchel. 
John Cambell. 



27— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



418 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



George Bennet. 
Robert Ramsey. 
Andrew Patterson. 
Cunrod Custard. 



Forth Class. 
Marched. 



John Berchstraser. 
James Templeton. 
Lenord Strouse. 



Jacob Shewolter. 
Benjaman Brooks. 
Jacob Jorge. 
Jorge Snider. 



Not Marched. 



Jonathan Thomas. 
Phillip More. 
Joseps Yost, Sick. 
Mathias Harman, Sick. 



(c.) RETURN OF PROVISIONS FOR PART OF THE SEC- 
OND REGT. OF BUCKS COUNTY MILITIA COMMANDED 
BY LT. COIj, JOHN KELLAR. 

Oct 3d. 1781. 



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419 



(a.) A RETURN OF PROVISION FOR PART OF COL. KEL- 
LER'S REGT. OF BUCKS COUNTY MIUTIA, OCTOBER 
3d, 1781. 









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To the Isulng Comissary 

Newtown. 
Received Fifty two Rations. 



WILLIAM ERWIN Capt. 



WM. THOMAS. Q. M. 



420 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



(c.) A PROVISION RETURN FOR CAPT. RICHARD STIL- 
WELL'S COMPANY OF BUCKS COUNTY MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY COL. JOHN KELLAR. 

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JOHN KELLAR L. C. 
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(c.) A RETURN OF PROVISIONS FOR CAPT. PATTER- 
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MANDED BY COL. JOHN KELLER. 

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COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



421 



(c.) MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN RICHARD STILWILL'S 
COMPANY, OF THE FIRST REGIMENT OF FXX)T. IN 
THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, COMMANDED 
BY LIEUTENANT CORNAL JOHN KELLER OF THE 
FIRST CLASS OF BUCKS COUNTY MILITIA, OF THE 
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA. 



CoTnrol88ion«d. 



Captain. 

Richard Stilwell. 

Lieutenant. 

William Gore. 

Ensign. 
Dennis Dayly. 



Serjeants. 



Appoint. 



Remarks. 



Timothy Taylor, Jun'r, 
Samuel Lonnsbury. ... 

Henry Pressler , 

Hugh McClanoBand, ... 



Drummer and FIfer. 
William Gregg 



Prlvat^B. 
Joseph Margerum. ... 

Mahlon Brown, 

Joshua Thackry 

Amos Thackry. 

Richard Yardley, 

John Shaver 

Alexander Rlchey, — 

Cornelius Koch, 

John Slack » 

James Mathues 

William Gold, 

Jeremiah Lambert, .., 

Pattrick Herklna 

Thomas Rlchey, 

William Hickey, 

Robert lUany 

John Twining , 

William Brown 

Elija Evans 

James MoMorrls , 

BenJ. Anderson , 

John Keea, , 

William Murflt, Sen., 

Alexander Miller. 

James Coult 



Sept. 24. 
Oct. 3,... 
Sept. 24, . 
Sept. M. 



Sept. 26. 

Enlisted. 
Sept. 24. 
Sept. 24... 
Sept. 24. 
Sept. 24. 
Sept. 24. 
Sept. 24. 
Sept. 24. 
Sept. 24. 
Sept. 24. 
Sept. 24. 
Sept. 24... 
Sept. 2«. 
Sept. 24. 
Sept. 26. 
Oct. 3. 
Sept. 26. 
Sept. 24. 
Sept. 24. 
Sept. 24. 
Sept. 24. 
Sept. 24. 
Sept. 24. 
Sept. 24... 
Sept. 24, . . 
Sept. 24. 



on Furlough, 
on Guard. 



On Fateag:ue. 



Sick Absent. 



On Guard. 
On Guard. 



422 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



(c.) MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN RICHARD STILWILL'S 
COMPANY, OF THE FIRST REGIMENT OF FOOT— Con- 
tinued. 



Privates. 



Appoint. 



Remarks. 



John Dirk, 

WUrm Murflt, jur., 
Jonathan PhilUpB, . 
William Margarm, 

David Larow 

Joseph Wood 

Benjamin Wright, . 

David Wile, 

Gared Vansant, ... 

Jonas Kox 

Jacob Vansant 

Thomas Longshore, 

John Duly, 

Danial Price 

David Sullvan, .... 

John Baly 

Thomas Buchanan, 

Ben Buckman, 

James McMlnn 



Sick Absent. 



Sept. M on Guard. 

Sept. 24. 
Sept. 24. 
Sept. 24. 
Sept. 24. 
Oct. 8,... 
Sept. 24. 
Sept. 24. 
Sept. 24. 
Oct. 8. 
Oct. 2. 
Oct. 3. 
Sept. 24. 
Oct. 3. 
Oct. 3. 
Oct. 3,... 

Sept. 24 j on Duty. 

Sept. 24 on Duty. 

Sept. 24 1 on Duty. 

i 



On Furlough. 



Octr. ye 11th, 1781. 

Musterd then Captain Richard Stillwells Company, as spe- 
cified in the above Roll. 

SAMUEL STERETT, M. M. P. M. 

PROOF OF THE EFFECTIVES. 









m 


« 


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c 




c 


C 


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c 
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Present, 
Absent, 



T1— -r 



42 
2 



I Do Swear, that the within Muster-Roll is a true State of 
the Company, without fraud to the United States or to any 
Individual according to the best of my Knowledge. 
Sworn before me, this 12th Day of October 1781 
JOHN LACEY B. G. 

RICH'D STILLWELL Capt. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



428 



(c.) MUSTER ROLL OP CAPTAIN ROBT. PATTERSON'S 
COMPANY, OF THB3 SECOND REGIMENT OP POOT. IN 
THE SERVICE OP THE UNITED STATES. COMBCANDED 
BY LIEUT. COL. JOHN KELLAR OP THE £HSCOND 
CLASS OP MIUTIA OP THE STATE OP PENNSYLVANIA. 



Bnllatea. 



Captain. 
Robert Pattenon. 



PhUUp Black. 



Lieutenant. 



Ensign. 
Amos Shaw . 

Serjeants. 

1 Abraham Thompson. 

2 John StotU. 

3 Nathan Cadwelder. 



1 I John Dun. 

2 Robert Crlsty. 

3 , Robert Green. 



Corporals. 



I Michel Ring. 



Drummer. 



ll 
2 
• 3 

^ 

6 
7 



9 I 
10 1 
11 

13 ! 
14 

15 I 

16 I 

17; 

18, 

19 ' 

20 I 

21 I 

22 i 
23 



Privates. 
Sam'l Huston. 
Edmond Nutt. 
Robert Shaw. 
William Parker. 

John Whitehead 

James Guy. 

Jyles Ramsy 

Abram Parker. 
Jacob Vandeffrift. 
John Clark. 
William Whealor. 
Anthony Rue. 
James Horsfleld. 
Mathew Hill. 

George Llghthlser 

Jonathan HIbbs. 
John Obdlke. 
Joseph Jay. 
Patrick McOwingr. 
Issack Larrew. 
Peter Bamet. 
Charls Fellers. 
Philap S3rpler. 




Absent with let*. 
' on forlow. 



. Deserted. 



424 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



(c.) MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN ROBT. PATTERSON'S 
COMPANY— Continued. 



EBllsted. 



Remark!. 



Harrison Tltua. 
Daniel Sevems. 
John Stackhous. 
Abraham Lott. 
learel Breleford. 
Samuel Roberaon. 
Bamet Vandegrlft. 
Benja. Woollard. 
Garret Vandegrlft. 
Joseph Catter. 
Daniel Larrance. 
Robert Wood. 
James Rowing. 

Thomas Croser 

David Davis 

BenJa. Vandegrlft. 
Samuel Munrow. 

George Ramson 

Josla Supple. 
George Stockham. 
Daniel Stotts. 
Thomas Vandegrlft, 
Edward Williamson, 



Jesse Jackson. 

Edward Burns. ... 
Jeremla Ward, ... 
Jacob Vandegrlft, 
Richard Oehean, ., 
John Murford, .... 
R"*)en McCoy, .... 

Jacob Titus, 

Samuel Brown, ... 

Jacob Fight, 

William Race 

Joseph V'n Horn. 

Isah Vanhom, 

Henry Oharrow, .. 

John Kllby 

Thomas Brelsford, 
Thomas Right, — 
Samuel Brelsford, 
Joseph Vanshlver, 
Richard Goelin, ... 
Amos Brelsford, .. 

Mathew Rue, 

Thomas Brum 

William Winner. 
William Klnsy, ... 
Edward Bradfleld. 
James Shaw 



.|. Blck, absent. 
. :. forlow. 



General leaf. 



I 



Sept. 2T. 

Sept. 26 sick. 

Sept. 27. 
Sept. 27. 
Sept. 27. 
Sept. 27. I 

Sept. 27. ' 

October 1. 
Sept. 2 

October 3 on forlow. 

October 3. 
October 1. 
October 8. 

Sept. 29. 
Sept. »4. I 

October 1. 
October 1, 
October 2. 
October 1. 
Octol)er 1. 
October 1. 
October 3. 
Sept. 29. I 

October 1. j 

October 1. i 
Sept. 27. I 

Sept. 24 1 sick, absent. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



426 



(c.) MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN ROBT. PATTERSON'S 
COMPANY— Continued. 



Enlisted. 



Remarks. 



75 John Tully , 

76 George Brown. .. 

77 George Vansant, 

78 George Douglas. 

79 John Dunavin. . 

80 John Thornton, 

81 John Blundire. . 

82 Jesper Moon. ... 



Oct. 3 

Oct. 3. 
Sept. 29. 
October 2. 
October 1. 
Sept. 24. 
Sept. 24. 



on forlow. 



On Guard. 



October 2 On Guard. 



October 11, 1781. Mustered then Captain Patterson's Com- 
pany, as specified in the above roll. 

SAMUEL STERETT. 
M. M. P. M. 



5 
5 


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1 


1 

CD 

C 


s 

c 


I 

5 


i 

E 





Present, 


1 


1 


1 


3 


8 


1 




Absent 


















Total 


1 


1 


1 


3 


8 


1 







73 
9 



I do Swear, that the within Muster-Roll is a true State of 
the Company, without fraud to the United States or to any 
individual according to the best of my knowledge. 

Sworn before me, this 12th Day of October 1781. 

ROBERT PATTERSON Capt. 

JOHN LACEY, B. G. 



4M 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN MANUS YOST'S COMPANY 
OF THE FIRST REGIMENT OF FOOT, IN THE SERVICE 
OF THE UNITED STATES, COMMANDED BY COLONEL 
JOHN KELLER OF THE FIRST CLASS OF BUCKS 
COUNTY MILITIA, OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, 
(c.) 



r Captain, Manua Tost. 
CommlMloned -j Lieutenant. Adam Magel. 
[^ ElnBisrn, Samuel Wilson. 



'Sergeants. 


Appoint 


Remarlci. 


1. 


Peter Myers. 










2. 


John Henry 








On Guard. 


3. 


Robert McBntlre. 












Corporals. 






' 


1. 


Tost Mills. 






1 


2. 


Jacob Bemet. 








3. 


Jared Ervin. 

Drum & Flfer. 






1 


1. 


John Niemand. 






, 


2^ 


Philip Daren. 










Privates. 


Enlisted 


1. 


Nicholas Rudy 


Sept. 


24. 


1781. 1 


2. 


Henry Hertsel. 








3. 


Michael Groman. 








4. 


Benjamin Stine 








5. 


James Muckelroy 








6. 


Philip Smith. 








7. 


Adam Sharer. 








8. 


T^eonard OeiRer. 








9. 


Henry Keller. 








10. 


Oeorsre Nicely, 






' 


11. 


John Hinkel. 






1 


12. 


John Hoover. 








13. 


Christopher Keller. 








14. 


Bastlan Branjc. 








15. 


Patrick Hines. 








16. 


Philip Detesman. 






1 


17. 


Daniel Althouse. 








18. 


Henry Nicholas. 






1 


19. 


Henry Berson. 






i 


20. 


George Ziegefus. 






1 


21. 


William McNlel. 






1 


22. 


William Diel. 






1 


23. 


John Erhart. 








24. 


Frederick Bremour. 






1 
1 


25. 


Jacob Youngken. 






1 


26. 


Robert Thompson 






1 
1 


27. 


John Hedrick 











COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



427 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN MANUS YOST'S COMPANY 
OF THE FIRST REGIMENT OF FOOT— ConUnued. 



28. 
29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 
33. 
34. 
35. 
36. 
37. 
38. 
39. 
40. 
41. 
42. 
43. 
M. 
4'.. 
16. 
47. 
48. 
49. 
50. 
51. 
52. 
53. 
54. 
55. 
56. 
57. 
58. 
59. 
60. 
61. 
62. 
63. 
64. 
65. 
66. 
67. 



Privates. 



Mo«M Glore. 
Andrew Wile 
Peter Rude. 
Samuel Bell. 
Henry Godfrey. 
David Alshouie. 
Benjamin Alshousc. 
Adam Hlnkel. 
Balser Stoneback. 
Henry Fackendahl. 
Lott Melone. 
Henry Good. 
Jacob Bergy. 
Henry Smith. 

George Baron 

Christopher Beang 

George Overpeck. 

Henry Shoub, 

George Sheffer. 

Dewald Gidleman 

Henry Koon 

Daniel Nicholas. 
Henry Emig. ^ 
John Bennett. 

Philip Berson 

Peter Berson. 
Henry Frankefleld, Jun. 
Daniel Snider. 
Michael Dritteback. 
George WIsel. 
Jacob Nicholas. 
Philip Steckel. 
Philip Oyer. 
Jonathan Dickinson. 

John Bernet 

Thomas Anderson. 

Jacob Rlchy. 
Samuel Hart. 
James Long. 
Patrick McCarty. 
William Mellinger. 
Thomas McCarty. 
William Harvy. 
George Black. 
Peter Iker. 
Gf'orge Ziegefus. 
Jacob Herner. 
Jacob Renner. 
John Smith. 
Adam Shoe. 
Jacob Anderson. 
Joshua Jones. 




Remarlu. 



On Guard. 
Ditto. 



I On Guard. 



; On Guard. 
On Guard. 



I 
. ' Qn Guard. 



, On Guard. 



Sept. 24, 1781, 



428 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN MANUS YOST'S COMPANY 
OF THE FIRST REGIMENT OF FOOT— Continued. 



Private 



80. Ludwlff Ableback. 

8L John M&sel. 

S2. 0«orge Shoeman. 

83. Ofiorse Joseph. 

84. Henry Nehs. 

86. Adam Lltaeberger. 

86. Anthony Simon. 

87. John Charles. 

88. Michael Sloyer. 
88. Michael Kyser. 

90. Jeremiah Clark. 

91. Robert Davis. 

92. Arthur Handerson. 

95. Valentine Rear. 
94. Jacob Sasseman. 

96. Jacob Shank. 

96. William Cambell. Sen. 

97. James Smith. 

Clark Valentine Marsteller. 



Bnllsted. 



Remarks. 



October 11, 1781. Mustered then Captain Manus Yost's Com- 
pany, as specified in the above roll. 

SAMUEL STERETT. 
M. M. P. M. 



PROOF OF THE EFFECTIVES. 



i 


3 




2 


& 


E 


i 


s 


^ 


w 


t^ 


S 


« 


^ 



Pres 


1 


1 


1 


3 


3 


1 


1 


97 


Absent 






1 


1 


1 












Total 


3 


3 


1 


1 


97 







I do Swear, that the within Muster-Roll is a true State of 
the Company, without fraud to the United States or to any 
Individuaal according to the best of my knowledge. 

Sworn before me this thirteenth Day of October 1781. 

JOHN LACEY. B. G. 

MANUS YOST. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



429 



A RETURN OF PROVISIONS FOR COL. JOHN KBLLBR'S 
REGMENT OF BUCKS COUNTY MILITIA FOR OCT. 
12th, 13th. 1781. CONSISTING OF THIRTEEN HUNDRED 
& FIFTY TWO RATIONS, (c.) 



■3 



5 



15 tf 3 



^ s 



3 3 

: a 






3 



I 



Field A Starr Officers. 
Capt. F^tersona Comp., 
Capt. Erwin'i Comp.. . 

Capt. Yo«U Comp 

Capt. Kuten Comp., .. 
Capt. Hoglands Comp., 

StillwlllB Comp 

Capt. Adams Comp., . 
Capt. Thomas Comp., 



Total, 



n 

71 
50 

n 



11 
n 

113 

rs 

19 
lU 



It 

181 

lot 

U* 

166 
156 
112 
168 
280 

MM 



JOHN KELLER, Col. 



430 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



RETURN OF PROVISIONS FOR COL. JOHN KELLAR'S 
REGMENT OF BUCKS COUNTY MILITIA FOR OCT. THE 
13th. 1781. (c.) 






^ i I 

S 3 1 



O ^ g ^ 

a 3 I I ^ a 



Field & Staff Officers 


1 


1 


? 


2 






11 


Capt. Pateraona Co 




1 
1 

1 
1 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 




87 
48 
106 
72 
72 
60 
109 
78 


tt 


Capt. Eh*wln8 Co 








64 


Capt. YosU Comp., 




1 1. 




111 


Capt. Kuders Comp., 










78 


Capt. Hogrlands Comp 

Capt. Stllwllla Comp., 










78 
66 


Capt. Thomas' Comp 








115 


Capt. Adam's Comp 








79 






— 





— 




Total 




676 





















THOMAS LONG, Majr. 
To COL. CRISPAN, C. G. I. 
Rec'd six hundred & seventy five rations including whiskey. 

SAM'L SMITH, JR., Q. M. 



A RETURN OF THE ROLL OF CAPTAIN MANUS YOST'S 
COMPANY OF Hi^YCOCK TOWNSHIP BUCKS COUNTY, 
(c.) 

Oct. the 14th, 1781. 



Jacob Bernet. 

Nicholas Rudy. 

Henry Hertsel. 

Michael Groman. 

Benjamin Stine. 

James Muckelroy.* 

Philip Smith. 

Adam Sharer for Joseph Mufflin. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 481 



LeoDard Gelger for Peter Walter. 
Henry Keller, Junior. 
George Nicely. 
John Hinkle. 

John Hoover for John Shroub. 
Christopher Keller. 
Bastian Brang. 
Patrick Hines. 
Philip Detesman. 
Henry Althouse. 
Henry Nicholas. 

Henry Berson for George Stonebach. 
Yost Mills. 
George Ziegefus. 
Wm. Deel. 

John Erhart for John Beisher. 
Frederick Bremour. 
Jacob Youngken. 
Robert Thompson. 
John Hedrich. 
Jared Ervin. 
Moses Glore. 

Andrew Wile for Philip Hess. 
Peter Rude. 

Samuel Bell for Michael Streeber. 
Henry Godfrey for Benjamin Roseberger. 
David Alshouse for John Kllnker. 
Adam Hinkle for John Saledy. 
Ballser Stonebach. 
Henry Fackendahl. 
I^tt. Melone for Daniel Stover. 
Henry Good for Solomon Mills. 
Jacob Bergy for Jacob Bergy. 
Henry Smith for Yost Driewig. 
George Baron. 

Christopher Brang for Adam Frankefleld. 
George Overpeck. 
Henry Shoub for Conrad Semms. 
George Shaffer. 

i)ewald Giddleman for Joseph Hornecker. 
Henry Koon. 

Daniel Nicholas for George Nicholas. 
— J-Ienry Emig for Casper Burger. 
Wm. Cambell Senior for Peter Kerns. 



432 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Willm. Cambell Junior for Jacob Bryaa. 

John Bennett for Jacob Philip. 

Philip Berson. 

Peter Berson. 

Henry Frankefleld Junior. 

James Smith 

Daniel Snider. 

Jacob Sasseman. 

Michael Drilteback for John Drilteback. 

Jacob Ruff. 

Gabriel Cooper for Elias ShulU 

George Wisel for Michael Roar. 

Peter Myers. 

John Henry. 

Robert Mackentire. 

Jeremiah Clark. 

Michael Kiser. 

Rob't Davis for Anthony Creasor 

Jacob Nicholas. 

Philip Steckel. 

Philip Dyer for John Shoch. 

Isaac Yost. 

John Bernel. 

Thos. Anderson. 

Jacob Richy. 

Sam'l. Hart for Henry Keller, Senior. 

James Long for Andrew Snider. 

Patrick MacCarty. 

Willm. Mellinger for Jacob Cressman. 

Thos. Carty. 

Willm. Harvy. 

George Black. 

Peter Iker for Conrad Hoffman. 

George Zeigefus. 

Jacob Sterner. 

Jacob Renner. 

Rob't Smith. 

Aaam Shoe for Jacob Shock. 

Jacob Anderson for Richard Backhouse. 

Joshua Jones for Henry Snider. 

Ludwig Ablebach. 

John Magel for John Heaney, Junior. 

George Shoeman for Henry Hefft. 

George Joseph for Andrew Drapp. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



483 



Henry Nehs. 

Adam Littseberger. 

John Charles. 

Michael Sloyer. 

Anthony Simon for Zacharias Redcoat. 

Captain. 
Manus Yost. 

lieutenant. 
Adam Magel. 

Ensign. 
Samuel Wilson. 



COL. JOHN KELLER'S BATTALION. 



This battalion was in service in the fall of 1781. From sev- 
eral provision returns we learn that the number of the field and 
staff officers was ten, and eight companies, a total of 677 men. 
We have the rolls of only three companies, which follow, (a.) 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
John Keller. 



Gawin Adams. 
Manus Yost. 
Elias Roder. 
Richard Stillwell. 



Captains. 



John Thomas. 
Daniel Hogland. 
William Erwin. 
Robert Patterson. 



28— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



434 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

CAPTAIN ROBERT PATTERSON'S COMPANY. 



Muster Roll of Captain Robert Patterson's Company, of the 
Second Regiment of Foot, in the service of the United States, 
commanded by Lieutenant Colonel John Keller, of the Sec- 
ond Class of Militia, of the State of Pennsylvania, (a.) 



Robert Patterson. 
Philip Slack. 
Amos Shaw. 



Abraham Thompson. 
John Stotts. 
Nathan Cadwalder. 

John Dun. 
Robert Cristy. 
Robert Green. 



Michael Ring. 



Captain. 
Lieutenant. 

Ensign. 
Sergeants. 

Corporals. 
Drummer and Fifer. 



Privates. 
Samuel Huston. 
Edmond Nutt. 
Robert Shaw. 
William Parker. 

John Whitehead, absent with leave. 
James Guy. 

Jyles Ramsy, on furlough. 
Abram Parker. 
Jacob Vandergrift. 
John Clark. 
William Wheaton. 
Anthony Rue. 
James Horsfield. 
Matthew Hill. 
Jonathan Hibbs. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 485 



John Obdike. 

Joseph Jay. 

Patrick McOwing, absent. 

Isaac Larrew. 

Peter Barnet. 

Charles Fetters. 

Philip Sypler. 

Harmon Titus. 

Daniel Severns. 

John Stackhouse. 

Abraham Lott. 

Israel Brelsford. 

Samuel Roberson. 

Barnet Vandegrift. 

Benjamin Woollard. 

Garret Vandegrift. 

Joseph Catter. 

Daniel Larrance. 

Robert Wood. 

James Rowing. 

Thomas Creger, sick, absent. 

David Davis, furlough. 

Benjamin Vandergrift. 

Samuel Memrow. 

George Ramson, general leave. 

Josiah Supple. 

George Stockham. 

Daniel Stotts. 

Thomas Vandergrift, September 27, 1781. 

Edward Williamson, September 26, 1781 

Jesse Jackson, September 27. 1781. 

Edward Burns, September 27, 1781. 

Jeremiah Ward, September 27, 1781. 

Jacob Vandergrift, September 27, 1781. 

Richard Gehean, September 27, 1781. 

John Morford, October 1, 1781. 

Ruben McCoy, September 2, 1781. 

Jacob Titus, October 3, 1781; on furlough. 

Samuel Brown, October 3, 1781. 

Jacob Fight, October 1, 1781. 

William Race, October 3, 1781. 

Joseph Vanhorn, October 3. 1781. 

Isah Vanhorn. September 29, 1781. 

Henry O'Harrow, Septembe'^ 24. 1781 

John Kilby. October 1. 1781. 



486 



AS90CIAT0RS AND MILITIA. 



Thomas Brelsford, October 1, 1781. 

Thomas Right, October 2, 1781. 

Samuel Brelsford, October 1, 1781. 

Joseph Vanshiver, October 1, 1781. 

Richard Gtoslin, October 1, 1781. 

Amos Brelsford, October 3, 1781. 

Matthew Rue, September 29, 1781. 

Thomas Brown, October 1, 1781. 

William Winner. 

William Kinsy, October 1, 1781. 

Edward Bradfield, September 27, 1781. 

James Shaw, September 24, 1781; sick, absent 

John Tully, October 3, 1781; on furlough. 

George Brown, October 3, 1781. 

George Vansant, September 29, 1781. 

George Douglas, October 2, 1781. 

John Dunavin, October 1, 1781. 

John Thornton, September 24, 1781. 

John BlUQdin, September 24, 1781; on guard. 

Jesper Moon, October 2, 1781; on guard. 

October 11, 1784. Mustered then Captain Patterson's Com- 
pany, as specified in the above Roll. 

SAMUEL STERETT, M. M. P. M. 



CAPTAIN RICHARD STILLWELL'S COMPANY. 



Muster Roll of Captain Richard Stillwell's Company, of the 
First Regiment of Foot, in the service of the United States, 
commanded by Lieutenant Colonel John Keller, of the First 
Class of Bucks County Militia, of the State of Pennsylvania, 
(a.) 

Captain. 

Richard Stillwell. 



Lieutenant. 



William Gore. 



Dennis Dayly. 



Ensign. 



Sergeants. 
Timothy Taylor, Jr., app. September 24. 1781. 
Samuel I^wnsbury, app. October 3, 1781; on furlough. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 437 

Henry Presler, app. September 24, 1781; on guard. 
Hugh McClanagan, app. September 26, 1781. 

Drummer and Fifer. • 

William Gregg, app. September 26. 1781. 

Privates. 

Joseph Margaram, September 24, 1781. 

Mahlon Brown, September 24, 1781; on fatigue. 

Joshua Thacry, September 24, 1781. 

Amos Thackry, September 24, 1781, 

Richard Yardley, September 24, 1781. 

John Shaver, September 24, 1781. 

Alexander Richey, September 24, 1781, 

Cornelius Slack, September 24, 1781. 

John Slack, September 24, 1781. 

James Mathues, September 24, 1781. 

William Gold, September 24, 1781; sick absent. 

Jeremiah Lambert, September 26, 1781. 

Patrick Herkins, September 24, 1781. 

Thomas Richey, September 26, 1781. 

William Rickey, October 3, 1781. 

Robert Blany, September 26, 1781. 

John Twining, September 24, 1781. 

William Brown, September 24, 1781. 

Elija Evans, September 24, 1781. 

James McMorris, September 24, 1781. 

Benjamin Anderson, September 23. 1781. 

John Hess, September 24, 1781. 

John Dirck, September 26, 1781; on guard. 

William Murflt, Jr., September 24, 1781. 

Jonathan Phillips, September 24, 1781. 

William Margaram, September 24, 1781. 

David Larew, September 24, 1781. 

Joseph Wood, October 3, 1781; sick, absent. 

Benjamin Wright, September 24, 1781. 

David Wile, September 24, 1781. 

Jared Vansant, September 24, 1781. 

Jonas Fox, October 3, 178. 

Jacob Vansant, October 2, 1781. 

rhomas longshore. October 3, 1781. 

John Duly, September 24, 1781. 

Damon Price, October 3, 1781. 



438 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

David Sullvan, October 3, 1781. 
John Baly, October 3, 1781; on furlough. 
Thomas Buchanan, September M, 1781; on duty. 
E^njamin Buchanan, September 24, 1781. 
James McMinn, September 24, 1781; on duty. 

October ye 11th. 1781. Mustered then Captain Richard Still- 
will's Company, as specified in the above roll. 

SAMUEL STERBTT, M. M. P. M. 



CAPTAIN WILLIAM ERWINS COMPANY. 



Muster Roll of Captain William Erwin's Company, of the 
First Regiment of Foot, in the service of the United States, 
commanded by Colonel John Keller, of the First Class of 
Militia, of the State of Pennsylvania, (a.) 



Captain. 
William Erwin. 

Lieutenant. 
Wiliam Flack, on guard. 

Sergeants. 
Joseph Brooks. 
Ludwick Worman. 
Christopher Erwin. 

Corporal. 
John Rentner, substitute, unfit for duty. 

Drummer and Fifer. 

John Reave, app. September 24, 1781. 
Jacob Hole, app. September 24, 1781. 

Privates. 

William Cambell. September 24, 1781. 
Jacob Fox. September 24, 1781. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 439 

Nicies Wagner, September 24, 1781. 

Jacob Templeton, September 24, 1781; sick, absent. 

James Davis, September 24, 1781. 

James Wallace, September 24, 1781. 

William Means, September 24, 1781. ^ 

Robert Stewart, September 24, 1781. 

Abel Shyhock, September 24, 1781. 

William Winters, September 24, 1781. 

Cornelius Vanderbolt, September 24, 1781. 

William Bell. September 24, 1781. 

John Hole, September 24, 1781; on guard. 

Hamman Yonkers, September 24, 1781. 

Robert Ramsey, September 24, 1781. 

Henry Culp, September 24, 1781; on guard. 

Baltas Crow, September 24, 1781. 

Jacob Evert, September 24, 1781; sick, absent. 

George Bell, September 24, 1781. 

John Burgan, September 26, 1781. 

Conrad Custard, September 26, 1781. 

Anthony Hanly, September 26, 1781. 

Thomas Duroth, September 24, 1781; on furlough. 

George Bennet, September 24, 1781; on furlougn. 

John Miller, September 26, 1781. 

Daniel Yunken, October 1, 1781. 

John Fundirastock. October 1, 1781. 

Jacob Fundirastock, October 1, 1781. 

Joseph Shaw, Ocfober 1. 1781. 

James Begs, September 24, 1781. 

Charles Dyer, September 24, 1781. 

James Cambell, October 8, 1781. 

Joseph Bradon, October 9, 1781. 

Samuel Hart, September 24, 1781. 

Joseph Shepard, September 24, 1781. 

John Anglemire, October 1, 1781. 

Thomas Crage, September 24, 1781. 

William Miller, September 24, 1781. 

William Custart, September 26, 1781. 

Leonard Strous, September 26, 1781. 

Christopher Strous, September 26, 1781. 

John Callonan, September 24, 1781. 

October 11, 1781. Mustered then Captain Erwin's company 
as specified in the above roll. 

SAMUEL STERETT, M. M. P. M. 



440 



AS90CIATORS AND MILITIA. 
SEVEN MONTHS' MEN— 1782. (a.) 



Captain Carter's Company. 

William Doughty. 
Captain Adams' Company. 

Francis Lees. 
Captain Hart's Company. 

Henry Donaly. 
Captain Williamson's Company 

Nathaniel Fetherly. 
Captain Jamison's Company. 
James Smith. 
Captain Neeley's Company. 

John Davis. 
Captain Lefferfs Company. 

Stephen Gilbert. 
Captain Wilker's Company. 

Hendrew Gasman. Simeon Bedel. 

I do certifie that the above are the names of the 7 mo. 
men who were Inllsted out of the respective Companies above 
set down, and 1 believe all serv'd except Wm. Earl, who did 
not and cannot be entitled to any Pay. Witness my hand 
September ye 20th, 1782. 

JGSEPH HART, Lieut. B. C. 

To Wm. Scott, Paymaster to the Militia. 



Jonathan Thomas. 



Peter Bellesfelts. 



Charles Jones. 



William Eari. 



Nathan Roberts. 



Joseph Parker. 



William Vansciver. 



THli. RETURN GF CAPT. RGBERT LANING'S CG. IN 
SGLEBURY FGR THE LAST GF THE YEAR. 1782. 
CGL RGBT. RGBESGN. (c.) 



Robert Scarbrouch. 
Hugh McFall. 
Joseph Scelton. 



John Scelton. 
Wm. Townshend. 
Joseph Wite, Taylor. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



441 



Josh. Wilkinson, blacksmith. 

Joseph Wilkinson. 

Joseph Hilbourn. 

John Hilbourn. 

Jonan. Weaver. 

Wm. Waterhouse. 

Joseph Lazeman. 

James Gorden. 

Robert Walker, his son. 

Sam. Kinsey. 

James Paxon, little Tom's son. 

Benj, Wlte. 

Joseph Hutchison. 

Jacob Drake. 

Benjn. Paxson. 

James Armitage. 

John Armitage. 

Saml. Armitage. 

Edward Blacksan. 

Joseph Beans. 

Willm. Blacksan. 

John Blacksan. 

John Balderson. 

Jonathan Balderson. 

Willm. Beto. 

Thos. Carry. 

John Coogler. 

Joseph Coogler. 

Ebnezer Done. 

Jonathan Done. 

William Done. 

James Davis. 

Joshua Ely. 

Jonathan Ely. 

George Ely. 

Joseph Ely. 

Hugh Ely. 

John Ely. 

Rob't Eastburn. 

Joseph Eastburn. 



BenJ. Eastburn. 

Saml. Eastburn. 

John Eastburn. 

Thos. Eastburn. 

Willm. McGill. 

Yoeman Gillinghan. 

Joseph Fisher. 

Thos. Hartley. 

Saml. Hartley. 

Jonas Hamilton. 

Mathias Hamilton. 

Johathan Ingham. 

Jonas Ingham. 

David Kitchen. 

Willm. Kitchen. 

Jonas Paxton. 

Isaiah Paxton. 

Jacob Paxson. 

Olllver Paxson. 

Abraham Paxson. 

Timothy Paxson. 

Stacy Paxson. 

George Paxson. 

Joseph Paxson. 

Benja. Paxson, Jr. 

Jacob Paxson. 

Henry Paxson. 

Isaac Paxson. 

Joseph Paxson, same as before. 

Aaron Phillips. 

Thos. Phillips. 

George Pownell. 

Levy Pownell. 

Jonathan Pickring. 

John Pickring. 

Jess Pickring. 

Benj. Roberts. 

Thorn. Smith, Jun. 

Benj. Beans. 



442 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



(c.) I do hereby certify that in the month of August 
Anno Domini, 1782, I did Agree with William McHenry 
Esquire, one of the Sub Lieutenants of the county of Bucks 
to pay him the sum of Five pounds and Ten Shillings in 
Specie, in full for the Substitute fines of John Rice of the 
Township of Rockhill (who was then a Soldier of the Penn- 
sylvania Line of Regulars as appears by his Discharge), for 
the Year 1781, and accordingly paid the said Sum to him 
and received his receipt for the same in full of the said fine 
(except the Collectors fees), and Ordered the same to be 
Delivered unto the said Collector, who says that he Re- 
turned the said Receipt to the said Sub Lieutenant again 
in full of the said fine. 

ABRAHAM STOUT. 



(c.) This may Certify that the Bearer Alexander Hughes 
acted Ten Days as Adjutant to my Battalion of Bucks County 
Militia for the year 1782. Given under my hand this 17th 
Day of March 1783. 

JOHN KELLER, 
Lt. Coll. 



Bucks County, May Ye 12th, 1788. 
A Return of Militia Officers elected agreeable to the Militia 
Law, and now returned to the Supreme Executive Council 
for Commissions Pr Joseph Hart Lieut, of sd. County, (c.) 



Battalion No. 1. 



John Kellar, Lieut. Col. 
Thomas Long, Mayor. 



1. David Spinner. 

2. John Freise. 

3. Abra Klckline. 

4. John Barkley. 



. Field Officers. 

Captains. 

5. Jacob Shupe. 

6. George Hineline. 

7. Jacob Bishop. 

8. Moness Yost. 



Peter Shull. 
Wm. Hickenbottom. 
Adam Magle. 
Henry Smith, Jun. 



Lieutenants. 

Saml. Wilson. 
John McFall. 
Henry Blyer. 
Henry Herring. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 
Bnsigns. 



44^ 



Christian Millar. 
Theophilus Foulk, Jun. 
Jacob Waggoner. 
Peter Ruth. 



Solomon Lelbgib. 
Jacob Shank. 
John Henry. 
Henry Benson. 



James McMasters, Lieut. Col 
Gayno Edams, Major. 



Battalion No. 2. 

Field Officers. 



1. Jno. Hunter. 

2. Joseph Hart. 

8. William Walker. 
4. Simon Venasdallen. 



Captains. 



5. Daniel Hogland. 

6. Garret Dungan. 

7. John Vanpelt. 

8. John Jamison. 



James Torbet. 
John McDole, 
Wm. Rlchey. 
John Crosedale. 



Lieutenants. 



Joseph Vanpelt. 
Thos. Dungan, Jun. 
John Morton. 
Wm. Walker. 



John Davis. 
Harman Vansant. 
Alexr. I^ng. 
Isaac Wynkoope. 



Ensigns. 



Joseph Banes. 
Jessey Dungan. 
Benjn. Buckman. 
Robert Jamison. 



Battalion No. 3. 



Robert Robinson, Lieut. Col, 
Wm. Kennedy, Major. 



1. Nathan Evens. 

2. Wm. McHenry. 

3. Robert Gibson. 

4. ^hos. Sebring. 



j. Field Officers. 

J 



Captains. 



5. William Hines. 

6. William Erwin. 

7. John Thomas. 

8. Mathew Greer. 



444 



AS90CIATORS AND MILITIA. 
Lieutenants. 



Josiah Lunn. 
Nicholas Oares. 
George Geats. 
Garret Cavender. 



Thomas Stewart. 
Ludwick Worman. 
Adam Barr. 
Evan Griffith. 



Joseph Wilson. 
Henry Wisel. 
James Nuckiman. 
Joseph Coryell. 



Ensigns. 



Isaac James. 
John Shoop. 
Samuel Simpson. 
James Ledom. 



Augustine Willet, Lieut. CoUonel 
Joshua Vanhorn, Major. 



Battalion No. 4. 

Field Officers. 



1. John Harrinson. 

2. Amos Shaw. 

3. Daniel Thompson. 

4. Michael Gregg. 



■} 



Captains. 



5. Robert Patterson. 

6. Abr. Johnston. 

7. Richard Stillwell. 

8. Joseph White. 



Isaac Johnston. 
James Shaw. 
William Kinsey. 
James McMicken. 



Lieutenants. 



John Edgar. 
Isaiah Vanhorn. 
Philip Slack. 
Lewis Rue. 



Jessey Severns. 
Daniel Bunting. 
Dennis Dailey. 
Thos. Huddleston. 



Ensigns. 



Charles Broadnex. 
Abner Buckman. 
Danl. Anderson. 
Richard Rue. 



I do hereby Certifie that the above and foregoing is a just 
and true return, to the best of my Knowledge & belief. 

JOSEPH HART, L. B. C. 
Commissions made out and dated 1st May, 1783. 
Forwarded to Bucks Coy. by Colonel Wall. 



COUNTY OF BUCKS. 



445 



A RETURN OF THE FOUR FIRST CLASSES THAT IS TO 
MARCH IN CAPT. WILLIAM ERWIN'S COMP'Y. (c.) 



James Wilson. 
John Kelley. 
Conrad Shimmel. 
Harman Unkin. 
William Campbell, 
Robert Stewart. 
Abel Skyhauck. 



Archur Erwin. 



First Class. 

James Wallace. 
William Means. 
James Davis. 
George Overpeck. 
Joseph Brooks, Clek. 
Jacob Hale, drummer. 
Jacob Evrad, fifer. 

Second Class. 

Francis Wilson. 



Jacob Fox. 
William McEntire. 



Third Class. 



Lodewick Wormman. 
Cornelius Vanderbell. 



George Bennet 
Robert Ramsey. 
Andrew Patterson. 



Fourth Class. 



John Barnesbuser. 
James Templeton. 



CAP'T THOMA'S RETURN OF 4TH COMPANY BUCKS CO. 
(c.) 



First Class. 



Thomas Roberts. 
John Kinsey. 
Thomas Bye. 
Joseph Lacey. 
John Simpson. 
Thomas Kinsey. 
Wm. Betts. 
James Bradshaw. 
George Kinsey. 
Jacob Kulp. 



Jonathan Kinsey. 
Joseph Pickron. 
Hugh Thompson. 
Willm. Thompson. 
Philip Perry. 
John Stlrk. 
Joseph Herrold. 
Benjamin Kinsey, tanner. 
Wm. Warters. 
Solomon Vickers. 



446 



ASSOCIATOKS AND MILITIA. 



Second Class. 



Wm. Robinson. 
John Rice. 
John Tucker. 
Wm. Simpson B. Smith. 
Ebinezer Carter. 
George Kinsey. wheel rite. 
Joseph Kirk. 
David Worster. 
Thomas Smith Juner. 
Thomas Watson Junr. 
Nathan Scolfield. 
Joseph Large. 
Wm. Osmond. 
John Bradfleld Wm. Son. 



John Richardson. 

Benjamin Cutler. 

John Preston. 

John Walton. 

John Perry. 

Joshua Beans. 

Mathias Brown. 

Garner Furnis. 

Amos Fell. 

Joseph Wilson. 

Isaac Kinsey. 

Thomas Pattln. 

Thomas Fell, B. S. Junr. 



Third Class. 



George Kelly. 
Joseph Smith. 
Thomas Worthington. 
Silas Martin. 
Isaac Wiggans. 
Wm. Rice. 
Joseph Beat. 
Miles Martlndale. 
Joseph Church. 
David Wilson. 
John Gilllngham. 
Joseph Gilbert. 
Wm. Fell. 



John Watkins. 
James Price. 
Richard Kimbel. 
Joseph Watkins. 
James Taylor. 
Jacob Harding. 
Robert Thompson. 
Wm. Carr. 
David Kinsey. 
James Tate. 
John Cain. 
Ezekel Hill. 
Jonathan Brown. 



Fourth Class. 



Wm. Curry. 
Joel Bradshaw. 
James Boner. 
Joseph Barbin. 
Joshua Walton. 
Joseph Carver. 
Joseph Worthington. 
David Smith. 
Lewis Palmer. 
Stephen Wilson. 
John Kinsey, sadler. 



Christan Wireman. 
David Fell. 
Wm. Herrold. 
George Bradshaw. 
Fradreck Sellers. 
Isaac Betts. 
Aaron Bennet. 
Thomas Rice. 
Wm. Wood. 
Frances Farren. 
John Tucker. 



COUNTY OP BUCKS. 



447 



THE FLYING CAMP, (a.) 



Bucks County Battalion. 



John Folwell. 
William Roberts. 
William Hart. 
Valentine 0pp. 



Colonel. 

Joseph Hart. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

William Baxter. 

Adjutant 
John Johnson. 

Surgeon. 

John Fenton, Jr. 

Quartermaster. 

Alexander Benstead. 



Captains. 



John Jamison. 
William Neely. 
Robert Ramsey. 



Lieutenants. 



Matthew Bennett, taken prisoner at Fort Washington. 
John Erwin, taken prisoner at Fort Washington. 
Jacob Drake. 



Lower Milfort the 18th, 1786. (c) 

Gentleman: I do Hereby Certify that Henrey Stall Hath 
ben an Associator in my Company in the year 1788 in the fore 
Somer and be Havet as a good Solger at to. 

I am Your very Huble Servt. 

JACOB BISHOP, Capt 
To Mr. Fr. Murry Col of the County. 



448 



AS90CIAT0RS AND MILITIA. 



(c.) This is To Certify That Lenard Geyer has Served dJi 
Drum Major Twenty Tow Days In my Battalon as Withness 

my hand 8-17-0 and Liek wiss for a 

n^w Drum the Sum of fad 



7—17—0 



June the 26th. 1788. 



JOHN KELLER, 
Lt Ck)U. 



MUSTER ROLLS RELATING 



TO THE 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA 



OF THE 



COUNTY OF CHESTER, (a) 



(449) 



29— Vol V— 5th Ser. 




(450; 




COUNTY OF CHESTER 451 



MUSTER ROLLS RELATING TO THE ASSOCIATORS AND 
MILITIA OF THE COUNTY OF CHESTER, (a.) 



Chester County Lieutenants. 



Robert Smith, March 12, 1777. 
Charles Dilworth, March 29. 1786. 
Joseph McClellan, Apr. 13, 1787. 

Chester County Sub-Lieutenants. 

Lenjamin Brannon, June 11, 1777. 
Col. Lewis Gronow, June 17, 1777. 
Andrew Boyd, June 26, 1777. 
Thomas Cheney, Oct. 16, 1777. 
Thomas Strawbridge, Oct. 16. 1777. 
Robert Wilson, March 11, 1778. 
Thomas I^vis, Apr. 2, 1778. 
Thomas Cheney, March 30, 1780. 
Lewis Gronow, March 30, 1780. 
Andrew Boyd, March 30, 1780. 
Thomas Levis, March 30, 1780. 
Robert Wilson, March 30, 1780. 

Wagon-Master. 
Andrew Boyd, 1781. 

Pay- Master of the Militia. 
John Beaton, 1777. 



CHESTER COUNTY ASSOCIATORS. (a.) 



Committee of Observation. 



Chosen for the County of Chester, December 20, 1774. 



Anthony Wayne, Chairman. Thomas Hockley. 
Richard Riley. John Hart. 

James Moore. Samuel Fairbank. 



462 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



John Crosby. 
Jesse Bonsai. 
Benjamin Brannon. 
Joseph Brown. 
Evan Evans. 
Huga Lloyd. 
David Cowpland. 
Sketchley Morton. 
Isaac Eyre. 
Nicholas Diehl. 
Aaron Oakford. 
John Talbot. 
Samuel Price. 
John Crawford. 
I>ewis Gronow. 
Henry Lawrence. 
Vvilliam Montgomery, 
'ihomas Taylor. 
Robert Mendenhall. 
George Pierce. 
Samuel Trimble. 
John Hannum. 
Joel Bailey. 
Joseph Bishop, Jr. 
Edward Jones. 
I atriok Anderson. 
Thomas Hartman. 
William Evans. 
Thomas Haslep. 
Dr. Jonathan Morris. 
Thomas Buffington. 
Joseph Musgrave. 



John Taylor. 

Edward Humphreys. 

Richard Thomas. 

Persifer Frazer. 

John Foulke. 

Joseph Pennell. 

Nicholas Fairbank. 

Charles Dilworth. 

George Hoopes. 

John Gilliland. 

John Kerlin. 

William Lewis. 

Joshua Evans. 

Dr. Branson Vanlear. 

Joseph Cowan. 

Patterson Bell. 

Andrew Mitchell. 

James Bennett. 

William Miller. 

Richard Flower. 

James Simpson. 

James Evans. 

W^illiam Edwards. 

Lewis Davis, Sr. 

Thomas Evans. 

Walter Finney. 

David Wherry. 

Thomas Bishop. 

Jonathan Vernon, Jr. 

Joseph Gibbons, Jr. 

Francis Johnson, Secretary. 



FIRST BATTALION— 1776. (a.) 



Colonel. 

James Moore. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

John Hannum. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



463 



Benjamin Wallace. 
Thomas Haslep. 
Matthew Boyd. 



John Graham. 
John Rudolph. 



Major. 
John Culbertson. 

Captains. 

James Hair. 
V/illiam WIthrow. 

Lieutenants. 

John Richardson. 



FIRST BATTALION, (a.) 



Colonel. 
John Hannum, com. May 17, 1777. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Isaac Taylor, com. May 17, 1777. 

Major. 
John Bell, com. May 17, 1777. 

Adjutant. 
James Johnson, com. July 9, 1777. 

Quarter Master. 
Thomas Pearson, com. July 1, 1777. 

Quartermaster Sergeant. 
Joseph Nelson, com. July 1, 1777. 

Sergeant Major. 
Duncan Morrison, com. June 18, 1777. 

Drum Major. 
John Cooper, com. July 1, 1777. 



Fife Major. 



Samuel Rusher. 



454 



AS90CIATORS AND MILITIA. 



RETURN OF THE CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA 4TH CLASS 
COMMANDED BY COLONEL HANNUM. (a.) 



Officers Present. 

Commissioned — Colonel 1 

Lieutenant Colonel 1 

Major 1 

Captains, 8 

Lieutenants 12 

Ensigns, 5 

Staff— Chaplain 1 

Adjutant 1 

Quarter Master, 1 

Surgeon 1 

Mate 1 

Non-commissioned — Sergeants, 25 

Drums 6 

Fifes ' 6 

Rank and File— Non-substitutes 87 

Substitutes, 185 

Sick present, 10 

Sick, absent, 2 

On command 6 

On furlough 11 

Total, 283 

To His Excellency Thomas Wharton, June 18, 1777. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



455 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN WILLIAM SCOTTS COM- 
PANY OF THE 1ST CLASS OF C. C. MILITIA REGIMENT 
OF FOOT, IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, 
COMMANDED BY COL. JOHN HANNUMS ENTRED THE 
SERVICE JUNE 21ST, STATIONED AT CHESTER IN THE 
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, (c.) 



Captain. 
William Scott. 

Lieutenant. 
Commisslonca— John Philips, Entred the Service June 2l8t, 17T7. 
Coiiunlssi'jned— James IJowI, Entred the Service June 21«t, ITH. 

Ensign. 
Richard Dawler. 



Serjeants. 



Appointed, 
Entered. 



Remarks. 



James Anderson, 
Hugh Miller. ... 

Thos, West 

Geo. Gibney, .... 



Drummer and Flfer. 

David Walker, fife, 

Jno. McCusIck, drummer, 



I Privates. 

Wm. Cunningham, . 

Jno. Smith, 

Joseph Walker 

Henery Dyer, 

I Jno. Menaugh, 



David I^wson, ... 
James Wilson, ... 

Jno. Todd 

Wm. Simes 

Patrick McCelvIe, 

Wm. Wallas 

James Stinson, ., 
James Leard, 



Darby McDanicl, 

James Park 

Alex'r McLean, 

I James Fltzpatrlck, Jun'r, 
Jas. Fitzpatrlck, Sen'r, .. 

James Eliot 

And' \v McCartney, 

Samuel Crawford 

Putrirk Denney 

Jno. Stoopo 

John H«)garty 

Robert Steward 



June ii 

June 21. 


June 21 


June 21 


June 21 


June 21 


Enlisted, 


Entred. 


June 21 


June 21 


June 21 


June '-'1, 


June 21 


June 21 


June 21 


June 21. 


June 21 


June 21. 


June 21 


June 21 


June 21, 


June 21 


June 21. 


June 21 


June 21 


June 21 


June 21, 


June 21 


June 21. 


June 21 


June 21 


June 21 



On command. 



Presant. 

On command. 



Presant. 
Presant. 



On, furlow. 

Present. 

On command. 

On command. 

Diserted. 

Presant. 

On command. 

Diserted. 

On furlow. 
On command. 
Diserted Refusd 

Duty. 
Present. 

Present. 

On command. 

Present. 

Present. 

Present. 

Present. 
Present. 
Diserted. 
Diserted. 



Doing 



456 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Chester July 11th, 1777. Mustered then Captain Wm. Scott's 
Company, as specified in the above Roll. 

LODK. SPROGELU 
M. M. G. of P. 





1 
6 


i 


c 
i? 

1 


3 

c 

1 


...... 1 

Corpora la. 

Drummor. 




f 


! 
Prenent 


. 


2 


■; ' 


1 


,4 


Absent 


1 


7 








1 1 






Total 


1 


2 


1 


4 


1 


2i 







I Do Swear, that the within Muster Roll is a true State of 
the Company, without fraud to the United States or to any 
Individual, according to the best of my knowledge. 
Sworn before me, this Eleventh Day of July, 1777. 
JNO. HANNUM, Col. Comnd. 

JOHN PHILIPS, 
1st Lieut. 



CAPTAi;^ WILLIAM PRICE'S COMPANY. 



Muster Roll of Captain William Price's Company, of the Ist 
Class of C. Couy. Militia, in the service of the United States, 
Commanded by Colonel John Hannum, Entered the Service 
the 13th of June, 1777, Stationed at Chester in the State of 
Pennsylvania, (a.) 



Captain. 

William Price, com. May the 4th, 1777; enterd the Service 
June 13, 1777. 

Lieutenants. 

Jesse Bonsall, com. May 4th, 1777; enterd the Service June 

13tn. 1777. 
George Dunn, com. May the 4th, 1777; enterd the Service June 

13th, 1777. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 457 

Ensign. 

Jacob Johnson, com. May the 4th, 1777; enterd the Service 
June 13th, 1777. 

Sergeants. 

Seth Thomas, app. June 13, 1777. 
Jonathan Pearson, app. June 13, 1777. 
Thomas Price, app. June 13, 1777. 
James Crozer, app. June 13, 1777. 

Corporals. 

Isaac Hance, app. June 13, 1777. 
James Gleaver, app. June 13, 1777. 
Samuel Crozer, app. June 13, 1777. 

Drummer and Fifer. 

John Paine, app. June 13, 1777. 
Abijah Price, app. June 13, 1777. 

Privates. 

George Davis, June 13, 1777. 

William McCord, June 13, 1777. 

William Horn, June 13, 1777. 

Christopher Shuff, June 13, 1777. 

Jonathan Smith, June 13, 1777. 

Jonathan Morrison, June 15, 1777. 

John Smith, June 13, 1777; on furlougn. 

John Newill, June 15, 1777. 

Evan Evans, June 15, 1777. 

John Ireson, June 15, 1777. 

Samuel Stattin, June 15, 1777. 

Daniel McElroy, June 15, 1777. 

Thomas Kirk, June 15, 1777. 

John Hawes, June 13, 1777. 

John McBrlde, June 13, 1777. 

John Chapman, June 16, 1777. 

Simon Rice, June 16, 1777. 

Jacob Cox, June 16, 1777. 

Charles Wright, June 17, 1777. 

William Hamilton, June 17, 1777. 

Joseph Lindsey, June 17, 1777. 

Benjamin Hance, June 17, 1777. 



458 AS90CIATORS AND MILITIA. 

John Mltchel. June 17, 1777. 

Mathias Nitrillis. June 17, 1777. 

Robert McQarrah, June 17, 1777. 

John McGlaghin, June 17, 1777. 

Duncan McDonald, June 18, 1777. 

Benjamin Taylor, June 13, 1777. 

John Barr, June 13, 1777. 

Thomas O'Harton, June 16, 1777. 

Joseph Dyer, June 16, 1777; on command. 

Hugh Fielding, June 16, 1777. 

Peter McFarling, June 17, 1777. 

Alexander Murrey, June 18, 1777; on furlough. 

William Archer, June 17, 1777. 

James McCutchen, June 22, 1777. 

Samuel Thomas, June 18, 1777. 

Richard Kearns, June 22, 1777. 

John Teas, June 17, 1777. 

Joseph Kirk, June 20, 1777. 

Robert Garland, June 19, 1777; on furlough. 

William I^ng, June 19, 1777. 

Robert Colven, June 22, 1777. 

John Crozer. June 22, 1777. 

Samuel Price, June 22, 1777. 

Chester. 11th July, 1777. Mustered then Captain Williara 
Price's Company, as specified in the above Roll. 

LODK. SPROGELL, 
M. M. G. of P. 



CAPTAIN DAVID COWPLAND'S COMPANY. 



Muster Roll of Captain David Cowpland's Company, of th^. 
First Class 1st C. C. Militia in the service of the United 
States, Commanded by Colonel John Hannum Stationed at 
Chester in the State of Pennsylvania, and entered the Ser- 
vice 18th of June, 1777. (a.) 



Captain. 
David Cowpland, com. June 18, 1777. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 

Lieutenants. 

Daniel McCay, com. June 18, 1777. 
Joshua Vernon, com. June 18, 1777. 

Sergenats. 

John Watson, app. June 18, 1777; command. 
William Robenson, app. June 24, 1777; present. 
John Little, app. June 10, 1777; sick. 
Archibald Shanks, app. June 24, 1777; on command. 

Corporals. 

John Lock, app. June 4, 1777; present. 
Beryn Notter, app. June 29, 1777; present. 
Richard Herrington, app. June 23, 1777; command. 
Wm. Linsey, app. June 24, 1777. 

Drummer and Fifer. 
Daniel Etter, app. June 24, 1777; command. 

Privates. 

Henry Miers, June 24, 1777; present. 

Wm. Miller, June 21, 1777; present. 

David Thomas, June 21, 1777; present. 

Jacob Warrick, June 18, 1777; presnt. 

Bruce Miller, June 18, 1777; sick. 

John I^gan, June 18, 1777; sick. 

Cornelius Lerry, June 24, 1777. 

Andr. Linsey, June 19, 1777; command. 

John Mortin, June 21, 1777; sick. 

William McDonald, June 27, 1777. 

Charles Linsey, June 27, 1777. 

James McCalin, June 27, 1777. 

Thos. Kerregore, June 27, 1777; sick. 

John Stiley, June 27, 1777. 

James Kay, June 18, 1777. 

Saml. Allon, June 27, 1777. 

James McMichl, June 24, 1777; command. 

James Anderson, June 24, 1777. 

Meckel Linstrange, June 18, 1777; deserted. 

Samuel McConon, June 27, 1777; present. 

Wm. Lambert, June 27, 1777; present. 



460 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

George Speer, June 18, 1777. 

Wm. Kenneday, June 27, 1777; present. 

Wm. Anderson, June 27. 1777: present. 

Caleb Pierce, June 23, 1777; sick. 

Charles Finly, June 27, 1777. 

Robert McCay, June 18, 1777; furlough. 

Cornelius Galahar, June 24, 1777; present. 

Michael Mingham, June 24. 1777: present. 

Samuel Harris, July 8, 1777; present. 

Chester, July 11, 1777. Mustered then Captain David Cow- 
pland's Company, as specified in the above Roll. 

LODK. SPROGELL, M. M. G. of P. 



CAPTAIN GILBERT GIBBS' COMPANY. 



Muster Roll of Captain Gilbert Gibbs' Company, of the 1st 
Class C. County Militia. Regiment of Foot, in the service of 
the United States, Commanded by Colo. John Hannum, En- 
tere<l the Service, June ISth. 1777. now at Chester, in the 
State of Pennsylvania, (a.) 



Captain. 
Gilbert Gibbs, com. June 18, 1777; present. 

Lieutenants. 

Adw. Willson, com. June 18, 1777; absent with leave. 
Robt. Morrell, com. June 18. 1777; presnt. 

Ensign. 
Thos. Hope, com. June 18, 1777; absent, siclt. 

Sergeants. 

Ebenr. Henery, app. June 24, 1777; present. 
Jams. Hogan, app. June 20, 1777; present. 
Wm. Griffith, app. June 18, 1777; on furlough. 
Wm. Forsithe, app. June 14, 1777; present. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 461 

Corporals. 



Wm. Morrow, app. June 18, 1777; present. 
Joseph McDowl, June 24, 1777; present. 
Jas. Banks, app. June 18, 1777; present. 
Jno. Wallace, app. June 18, 1777; present 

Drummer and Fifer. 
Andw. McPheters, app. June 24, 1777; present. 

Privates. 

Larence Fitzgerald, June 18, 1777; on command. 

Jos. Bags, June 18, 1777; present. 

Gideon Smith, June 18, 1777. 

Wm. Dickey, June 18, 1777; deserted. 

Joseph Fillson, June 18, 1777; on furlough. 

Saml. Smith, June 18, 1777; present 

Geo. Stringer, June 18, 1777; present. 

Wm. McKelvey, June 24, 1777; present 

Geo. McKorkill. June 24. 1777; on furlough. 

Jas. McKorkill, June 24, 1777; present 

Jno. Davidson, June 18, 1777; present. 

Isaac Taylor, June 18, 1777; on guard. 

Robt. Bell, June 24, 1777; on guard. 

Wm. Lyon, June 22, 1777; on guard. 

Denis Carrel, June 22, 1777; present. 

Richd. Harding, June 22, 1777; present 

Jas. Hamilton, June 18, 1777; on furlough. 

Squire Caldwell. June 18, 1777; present. 

Jno. McGlaughlin, June 18, 1777. 

Chas. Wallace, June 18, 1777; present 

Andw. Jack, June 18, 1777; present. 

Jos. Mackey, June 18, 1777; present. 

Chas. Mcllheny, June 18, 1777; on furlough. 

Wm. Oram, June 20, 1777; present 

Jas. McNaught, June 20, 1777; present. 

Robt. McCorkill, June 25, 1777; on furlough. 

Robt. Campbell, June 25, 1777; present 

Robt. Gibson, June 18, 1777; present 

Jno. Hegan, June 25, 1777; present. 

Jlo. Service, June 20, 1777; present 

Jno. Gilaspey, June 20, 1777; present 



462 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Robt. McCurdy, June 20, 1777; present. 
Wm. Hlnton, June 20, 1777; on guard. 
James Welsh, June 18, 1777; present. 
Jams. McNelly, June 18, 1777; deserted. 
Jas. McCurdy, June 18, 1777; present. 
Pat. Cross, July 1, 1777; present. 
Barney Kain, July 1, 1777; on furlough. 
Wm. Ewing, July 1, 1777; present. 
Jno. Fullerton, July 1, 1777; present. 

Chester, July 11th, 1777. Mustered then Captain Gilbert 
Gibbs* Company, as specified in the above Roll. 

LODK. SPROGELL, M. M. G. of P. 



CAPTAIN JOHN RAMSEV'S COMPANY. 



Muster roll of Captain Ramsey's Company, of the 1st Class 
of Chester Couniy Militia, in the service of the United 
States, Commanded by Colonel John Hanniim, Entered the 
Service the 18th of June 1777. (a.) 



Captain. 
John Ramsey, com. June IS, 1777. 

Lieutenants. 

Matthew Wiley, com. June 18, 1777. 
Alexander Walker, com. June 18, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Jas. Johnson, com. June 18, 1777. 

Sergeants. 

John Taylor, app. June 18. 1777. 

John Crosby, app. June 18. 1777. 

Samuel Smith, app. June 18, 1777. 

Patrick Alexander, app. June 18. 1777; on furlough. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 463 



Corporals. 



Wm. More, app. June 18, 1777. 
Wm. Bamber, app. June 18, 1777. 
Robt. Calvin, app. June 18, 1777. 
Danl. Sweney, app. June 18, 1777. 

Drummer and Fifer. 
Charles Anderson, app. June 18, 1777. 

Privates. 

Isack Menaugh, June 18, 1777. 

Hugh Gilbraith, June 18, 1777; on command. 

Wm. Whitcraft, Jue 18, 1777. 

Wm. Gilllland, June 18, 1777. 

Jas. Woodslde, June 18, 1777. 

Saml. Love, June 18, 1777; on furlough. 

Saml. McNeal, June 18, 1777. 

John Pinkerton, June 18, 1777; on furlough. 

Wm. Burns, June 18, 1777. 

John Logue, June 18, 1777. 

Wm. Anderson, June 18, 1777. 

John Ross, June 18, 1777 . 

Robt. McMullen, June 18, 1777. 

John Linn, June 18, 1777. 

Matthew Swan, June 18, 1777. 

William Bealey, June 18, 1777. 

Edward McAtee. June 18, 1777 . 

James O'Mullan, June 18, 1777. 

Andrew Bryan, June 18, 1777. 

Christopher Andover, June 18, 1777. 

John Lard, June 18, 1777. 

William Lowrey, June 18, 1777. 

George McQuade, June 18, 1777. 

James Harrison, June 18, 1777. 

Jeremiah Robertson, June 18, 1777. 

Andrew Croswin, June 18, 1777 . 

Samuel Clemence, June 18, 1777. 

Robert Young, June 18, 1777. 

Hugh Stewart, June 18, 1777. 

John Hall, June 18, 1777; on furlough. 

Andrew Evlt. June 18, 1777; on furlough. 

John Burk, June 18, 1777; on furlough. 



464 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

James Perry, Juile 18, 1777. 

Daniel McLean, June 18, 1777. 

John Gess, June 18, 1777. 

John McClJntock, June 18, 1777; on command. 

Moses Currey, June 18, 1777; on furlough. 

Chester, July 11th, 1777. Mustered then Captain John Ram- 
sey's Company, as specified in the above Roll. 

LODK. SPROGELL, M. M. G. of P. 



CAPTAIN WILLIAM SCOTT'S COMPANY. 



Muster Roll of Captain William Scott's Company, of the Ist 
Class of C. C. Militia Regiment of Foot, in the service of the 
United States, Commanded by Col. John Hannum. Entered 
the Service June 21, 1777, Stationed at Chester, in the State 
of Pennsylvania, (a.) 



Captain. 
William Scott, com. June 21, 1777. 

Lieutenants. 

John Philips, com. June 21, 1777. 
James Bowl. com. June 21, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Richard Dowler, com. June 21. 1777. 

Sergeants. 

James Anderson, app. June 21, 1777; on command. 
Hugh Miller, app. June 21, 1777. 
Thos. West, app. June 21, 1777; present. 
Geo. Gibney. app. June 21, 1777; on command. 

Drummer and Fifer. 

David Walker, fifer, app. June 21, 1777; present. 

John McCussick. drummer, app. June 21. 1777; present. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 466 

Privates. 

William Cunningham, June 21, 1777; on furlough. 

Jno. Smith, June 21, 1777; present. 

Joseph Walker, June 21, 1777; on command. 

Henery Dyer, June 21, 1777; on command. 

Jno. Menaugh, June 21, 1777; deserted. 

David Lawson, June 21, 1777; present. 

James Wilson, June 21, 1777; on command. 

Jno. Todd, June 21, 1777. 

William Limes, June 21, 1777; deserted. 

Patrick McCelvie, June 21, 1777. 

Wm. Wallas, June 21, 1777; on furlough. 

James Stinson, June 21, 1777; on command. 

James Leard, June 21, 1777; deserted, refused doing daty. 

Darby McDariuel, June 21. 1777; present 

James Tark, June 21, 1777. 

Alexr. McLean, June 21, 1777; present. 

James Fitzpatrick, Jr., June 21, 1777; on command. 

Jas. Fitzpatrick, Sr., June 21, 1777; present. 

James Eliot, June 21, 1777; present. 

Andw. McCartney, June 21, 1777; present. 

Samuel Crawford, June 21, 1777. 

Patrick Denney. June 21, 1777; present. 

Jno. Stoope, June 21, 1777; present. 

John Hogarty, June 21, 1777; deserted. 

Robert Steward, June 21, 1777; deserted. 

Chester, July llth, 1777, Mustered then Captain Wm. Scott's 
Company, as specified in the above Roll. 

LODK. SPROGELL, M. M. G. of P. 



CAPTAIN MORDECAI MORGAN'S COMPANY. 



Muster Roll of Captain Mordecai Morgan's Company, of the 1st 
Class of C. County Militia Regiment of Foot, in the service of 
the United States. Commanded by Colo. John Hannum, En- 
tered the Service 23d of June, 1777. (a.) 

Captain. 

Mordecai Morgan, com. June 23. 1777. 
30— Vol. V— 5th Sc*r. 



466 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Lieutenants. 

John Harris, com. June 23, 1777; absent. 
Daniel Bower, com. June 23, 1777. 

Ensign. 
David Crisby, June 23. 1777. 

Sergeants. 

Charles Pennington, app. June 23, 1777. 

Owen Thomas, app. June 23, 1777. 

Joseph Bartholomew, app. June 23. 1777; absent on furlough. 

Thomas McFall. app. July 10, 1777. 

Corporals. 

Peter Bashford, app. July 10, 1777; absent. 
Caleb Atherton, app. July 10, 1777. 
Philip McCardill. app. July 10, 1777. 
John Spangle, app. July 10, 1777. 

Drummer and Flfer. 

William Stepleton, app. June 23, 1777. 
Jebiz Smith, app. June 23, 1777. 

Privates. 

Enoch Jones, June 23, 1777. 

John Roxborough, June 23, 1777. 

John Lawrence, June 23, 1777. 

Denis McCalaher, June 23, 1777. 

John Junkins, June 23, 1777. 

Jacob Huzard, June 23. 1777. 

John Weaver, June 23, 1777. 

Cornelius Dougherty, June 23, 1777. 

Nicholas Vanderland, June 23, 1777; on furlough. 

John Meredith. June 23, 1777. 

Oneysepheris Jones, June 23, 1777. 

Andrew McGuire, June 23, 1777. 

Thomas Davis, June 23, 1777. 

William Shannon, June 23. 1777. 

Robert Cambel, June 23, 1777. 

Joshua Stepleton, June 25, 1777. 

Michael Wagner, June 27, 1777. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 467 

John McKinney, June 27, 1777; on furlough. 

John Mclntire, June 27, 1777. 

Michael Murry, June 27, 1777. 

Aaron Forrester, June 27, 1777. 

Tlmothey Demsey, July 2, 1777. 

Robert Pesley, July 2, 1777. 

Charles McCalarher, July 4, 1777. 

John McNeal, July 4, 1777. 

James Clark, July 5, 1777. 

Archibald Brown, July 5, 1777. 

Robert Anderson, July 6, 1777. 

Chester July 11th, 1777, Mustered then Captain Mordecai 
Morgan's Company, as specified in the above Roll. 

LODK. SPROOELL, 11. M. O. of P. 



CAPTAIN EDWARD SIMONSON'S COMPANY. 



Muster Roll of Captain Edward Simonson's Company, of the 
1st Class of C. County Militia Regiment of Foot, in the ser^ 
vice of the United States, Commanded by Colonel John Han- 
num. stationed at Chester in the State of Pennsylvania, and 
Entered the Service June 24, 1777. (a.) 



Captain. 
Edward Simonson, com. June 24, 1777. 

Sergeant 

David Ramsey, app. June 24, 1777; on furlough. 

Corporal. 
Robt. Jameson, app. June 24, 1777; present. 

Fifer. 
James Mote, app. June 24, 1777; present. 



468 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Priyates. 

Wm. Chamberlian, June 24, 1777; present. 
James Broomer, June 24, 1777; present 
Saml. Reussel, June 24, 1777; present. 
Jas. Hannum, June 24, 1777; on furlough. 
Charles McCray, June 24, 1777; present 
William Boyde, June 24, 1777; present 
Thos. Davis, June 24, 1777. 
Jas. McLaughlin, June 24, 1777; present. 
Jas. Martin, July 1, 1777; present. 
William Mote, July 10, 1777; present 

Chester, July 11, 1777, Mustered then Captain Edward Simon- 
son's Company, as specified in the above Roll. 

LODK. SPROGELL, M. M. G. of P. 



CAPTAIN JOHN HIESTBR'S COMPANY. 



Muster Roll of Captain Hiester's Company, Ist Class Chester 
County Militia, Regiment of Foot, in the service of the United 
States, Commanded by John Hannum, Col., Entered Ser- 
vice 28th June, 1777, Stationed at Chester in the State of 
Pennsylvania, (a.) 



Captain. 

John Fliester, com. June 28, 1777. 

Lieutenants. 

Christy Rice, com. June 28, 1777. 

James John, com. June 28, 1777; on furlough. 

Ensign. 
Athan Stone, com. June 28, 1777. 

Sergeants. 

Thomas Seel, app. June 28, 1777; on furlough 
Conrod Shimer, app. June 28, 1777. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 469 

Corporals. 

William Eerier, app. June 28, 1777. 
John Lemmon, app. June 28, 1777. 

Drummer and Fifer. 

George Hartmen, app. June 28, 1777. 
Piter Honch, app. June 28. 1777. 

Privates. 

Robert Huston, Jui*e 28, 1777. 
George Snider, June 28, 1777. 
Abraham Sypher, June 28, 1777. 
Philip Lewis, June 28, 1777; on furlough. 
Mathew Camblin, June 28, 1777. 
Philip Timler, June 28, 1777. 
Jacob King, June 28, 1777. 
Frederick Smith, June 28, 1777. 
Christy Clouse, July 1, 1777. 
Lenord Diverd, July 1, 1777. 

Chester, July 11th. 1777, Mustered then Captain John Heister's 
Company, as specified in the above Roll. 

LODK. SPROGELL, M. M. G. of P. 



FIRST BATTALION, 1777-8. (a.) 



Colonel. 
John Hannum. 



First company. 



Captain — Edward Simonson. 
First Lieutenant — Ephraim Russell. 
Second Lieutenant — Thomas Moore. 
Ensign — William Chamberlin. 

Second company. 

Captain— John Underwood. 

First Lieutenant— Joseph Robeson. 



470 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

Second Lieutenant — Zacheus Davis. 
Ensign— Emanuel Ogden. 

Third company. 

Captain— James Walters. 
First Lieutenant— Robert Cooper. 
Second Lieutenant— Samuel Harlin. 
Ensign— Benjamin McCowen. 

Fourth company. 

Captain — Samuel Miller. 
First Lieutenant — Stephen Anderson. 
Second Lieutenant — George Sharp. 
Ensign — Benjamin Sharp. 

Fifth company. 

Captain— John Craig. 
First Lieutenant — John Hadden. 
Second Lieutenant — Thomas Hope. 
Ensigrn — William Dimpsey 

Sixth company. 

Captain— William Craig. 
First Lieutenant— Thomas Knight. 
Second Lieutenant — Thomas Temple, Jr. 
ICnHign— Joseph Vernon. 

Srvonth company. 

Captain — Robert Cowen. 
First Lieutenant — Joseph Luckey. 
Second Lieutenant — Solomon Hayes. 
Ensign — Jesse Bently. 

Eighth company. 

Captain — Jacob Buffington. 

First Lieutenant — Robert Muckelheny. 

Second Lieutenant — Thomas Johnston. 

Ensign — Joshua Buffington. 

Certlflfd by me, 
THOMAS CHEYNEY. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



471 



OFFICERS COMMISSIONED, 1778. (a.) 



FIRST BATTAUON. 



First company. 

Captain— James Anderson, com. May 19, 1778. 
First Lieutenant— John Ross, com. May 19, 1778. 
Second Lieutenant— Francis Williamson, com. Bfay 19, 1778. 
Ensign— John Willey, com. May 19, 1778. 



MIUTIA OFFICER&— 1779. (a.) 



FIRST BATTAUON. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Thomas Bull. 

Major. 

Peter Hartman. 
Number of men, 672. 



MILITIA ROLLS— 1780. (a.) 



FIRST BATTAUON. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
John Gardner, May 10, 1780. 

Major. 
John Culbertson, May 10, 1780. 



472 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

A Return of Company Officers in the First Battalion of the 
Chester County Militia, commanded by Colonel John Gard- 
ner, for the year 1780. 

First company. 

Captain— John Graham, July 3, 1780. 
Lieutenant— Nathaniel Erwin, July 3, 1780. 
Ensign— James McCamont, July 3, 1780. 

Second company. 

Captain— Ephraim Allen, July 3, 1780. 
Lieutenant— James Dunwoody. July 3, 1780. 
Ensign— Andrew Gardner, July 3, 1780. 

Third company. 

Captain — ^James Denny, July 3. 1780. 
Lieutenant— William Denny, July 3, 1780. 
Ensign— Joseph McClure, July 3, 1780. 

Fourth company. 

Captain — Isaac Thomas, July 3, 1780. 

Fifth company. 

Captain— Robert Elton, July 3. 1780. 
Lieutenant — Joseph Fh»mlng. July 3. 1780. 
Ensign— George Fleming, July 3, 1780. 

Sixth company. 

Captain— John Craig, July 3, 1780. 
Lieutenant— William Henderson, July 3, 1780. 
Ensign— Thomas Rogers, July 3, 1780. 

Seventh company. 

Captain— John Scott, July 3. 1780. 
Lieutenant— David Davis, July 3, 1780. 
Ensign- Arthur Cunningham, July 3, 1780. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



473 



Eighth company. 

Captain— Robert Lockart, July 3, 1780. 
Lieutenant— Samuel Piclten, July 3. 17W. 
Ensign— John Hughes, July 3, 1780. 

I do Certify that the above Officers were returned to me 
Certified as duly Elected agreeable to Law. 

ROBERT SMITH, Lieutenant C. C. 



A Muster Roll of Capt. Jas. Denny's Compy. of the 1st Bat- 
talion of Chester County Militia commanded by Col. John 
Gardner. Aug. 12, 1780. (c.) 



Captain. 
Jas. Denny. 

Lieutenant. 
William Denny. 

Ensign. 
Joseph McClure. 



William Butler. 
Patrick McKelvie. 
William Flin. 



1st Class. 



John Butler. 
John Whelen. 
Samuel Kisick. 



Robert Allison. 
Jacob Moses. 
James Coats. 



2nd Class. 



Enoch Matson. 
Daniel Hagerty. 
James Gest. 



Robert Phipps. 
Conrad Keely. 
Jonathan Pugh. 
Miles Davis. 



3d Class. 



James Quin. 
Thomas Crosby. 
Benjamin Butler. 



171 



ASS()(MATni;S AND MILITIA. 



James Stan. 
Robert McMin. 
Aaron Phipps. 
Joseph Spencer. 



•1th Clas 



John Evans. 
Ellis Jones. 
John Rees. 
Benjamin Benson 



5th Class. 



Robert Beaty, farm. 
Robert Beaty, Junr. 
Adam Gest. 
David Owen. 



John Ball. 
William Beaty. 
John Keely. 
David Pugh. 



William Milhouse. 
Isaac Lewis, Junr. 
David Lloyd. 
Phillip Davis. 



William Thompson. 
Samuel Lewis. 
Mathew Curry. 



Eli Packer. 
Evan Owen. 
John Spencer. 
Abraham Owen. 



6th Class. 



Joseph Lloyd. 
Daniel Evans. 
Evan Evans. 
Benjamin Evans. 



7th Class. 



David Carson. 
James Morse. 
John Smith. 



8th Class. 



Isaac Phipps. 
Nathan Roberts. 
Theader Ellis. 



A Return of Company Officers in the First Battalion of the 
Chester County Militia, commanded by Colonel John Gard- 
ner for the year 1780. (c.) 



First company. 

Captain — John Graham. 
Lieut.— Nathaniel Erwin. 
Ensign — James McCamont. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 476 



Second company. 



Captain — Ephraim Allen. 
Ueut. — ^James Dunwoody. 
Ensign — Andrew Gardner. 

Third company. 

Captain — James Denny. 
Ueut.— William Denny. 
Ensign — Joseph McClure. 

Fourth company. 

Captain — Isaac Thomas. 

Ueut.— 

Ensign — 

Fifth company. 

Captain— Robert Elton. 
Lieut. — Joseph Fleming. 
Ensign — George Fleming. 

Sixth company. 

Captain— John Craig. 
Lieut. William Henderson. 
Ensign— Thomas Rogers. 

Seventh company. 

Captain — John Scott. 
Lieut. — David Davis. 
Ensign — Arthur Cunningham. 

Eighth company. 

Captain — Robert Lockart. 
Lieut.— Samuel Picken. 
Ensign — John Hughes. 

I do Certify that the above Officers were returned to me 
Certified as duly Elected agreeable to Law. 

ROBERT SMITH, Lt C. a 



476 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



CAPT. DENNEY'S RETURN. 1780. (c.) 



David Denny. 
James Denny. 
Wm. Denny. 
William White. 
Wm. Butler. 
Patrek McCelvy. 
Wm. Flln. 
John Butler. 
Enock Butler. 
Robert Alleson, Junor. 
Samuel Warner. 
Jacob Moses. 
Robert Phipps. 
Conrad Keely. 
Miles Davis. 
Benjamin Butler. 
Robert McMin. 
James Starr. 
Aaron Phipps. 
Peter Falls. 
John Evans. 
Elis Jones. 
Wm. Buyers. 
John Rees. 
Benjamin Benson. 
Robert Beaty. 
Eli Packer. 
John Spencer. 
Wm. Beaty. 



John Keely. 
David Pugh. 
Joseph Lloid. 
Daniel Evans. 
Joseph McClure. 
Wm. Millhouse. 
David Uoid. 
Phillip Davis. 
David Carson. 
Nathan Roberts. 
James Coats. 
David Owen. 
John Ball. 
Samuel Lewis. 
Jonathan Pugh. 
Joseph Spencer. 
James Quin. 
Thosmas Crosby. 
John Lloid. 
Jonathen Jones. 
Jonathen Mathias. 
Evan Owen. 
Abraham Owen. 
George Grace. 
Adam Gust. 
John Whelan. 
Jobe Williams. 
Mordecay Owen. 



A Roll of the 7th and 8th Classes under ihe com'd of Cpt. 
John Crage, Sept. 24th, 1781. (c.) 



John Crage, Cp't. 
William Henderson. L't. 
Alexander Long, Clark. 
John Fakner, Sargrt 



John Garvin. 
John Wallace. 
Patrick Mcdoal. 
John Wallace, Junr. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



477 



William Callwell. 
James Cupeles. 
William Rogeres. 
Samuel Marshall. 
John Gait 

Absolum Williamson. 
David Mchight. 
Thomas Millard. 
William Carsun. 
Jachob Smith* . 
Samuel Wier. 
Moses Cupeles. 
Charles Pegingham. 
John McChester. 
Jesie Richardes. 
William Batey. 
James Willsun. 
Nathen Roberts. 
Jacob Williamsun. 
John Adames. 
Edw. Bradeay. 
William Logan. 
James Brown. 
Samuel Gardner. 
Jacob Parker. 



Jared Graham. 

James Craswell. 

Mathew Martain. 

Thomas Carmichael. 

David Bogges. 

John Ward. 

George Wallace. 

Andrew Graham. 

Robert Nisbite. 

Alexd. Nisbite. 

Lenard Hylmand. 

Hugh Bay. 

Willam Moor. 

Jachob Larray. 

Robert Stuart 

Robert Gray. 

Robert Wolas. 

Archibal Borland. 

Danell Graham, drummer. 

James Cummings. 

William Cidd. 

William Dinwaday. 

David Owens. 

Samuel McKnale. 

Joseph Henderson. 



Return of the 5th, 6th 7th & 8th Classes warned to march out 
of the Seventh District first Battalion Militia Chester 
County Commanded by John Gardner Esqr., Lt. Colonel, (c.) 



Fifth Class. 



Isaac Whelen. 
Robert Beaty. 
Edward Owan. 
David Howdleshelt. 
James Wilson. 



Joseph Helsby. 
Dennis Whelen. 
George Weimer. 
William Lewis. 



Sixth Class. 



John Young. 
Thomas Thomas. 



Jacob Williams. 
Joseph Beamont. 



478 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Francis Taylor. 
William Dilling. 
Jonathan Jones. 



John Adams. 
Nathan Roberts. 
Joseph HarvoL 
Conrad Ackert. 



Aaron Allison. 
Abijah John. 
Qeorge Gross. 
Isaac Cadwalader. 



William Morgan. 

Arthur Cunningham, Ensign. 



Seventh Class. 



John Gregory. 
Job Packer. 
John Ryter. 



Eighth Class. 



Josiah Jackson. 
Adam Guest. 
Samuel Darrahy, Serjt. 
David Davies, Lieut. 



Given under my hand this 24th Day of Sept. 1781. 

JOHN SCOTT, Capt. 
7th Classp 
1st B. C. C. Militia. 



A Return of the 4 last classes in the first Battalion of Chester 
County Militia Commanded by Col. John Gardner who arc 
ordered on a Tour of duty Immediately September 24lh, 
1781. (c.) 



CAPT. 



James Beverland. 
James Luck. 
Michael Graham. 
James Buchanan. 
Jaret Graham. 



James Hannah. 
Samuel Christy. 
JoLn Gatt. 
Ezekiel Erwin. 



GRAHAM'S COMPY. 

5th Class. 

Matthew Buchanan. 
Ellis Chapman. 
Samuel I^acy. 
Robert Lusk. 

6th Class. 

Isaac Trcgor. 
Abrahm. Graham. 
James Gatt. 
Samuel Gardner. 



JoLn Hennock. 
William Hunter. 
Mathew Martin. 
John Soock. 
Jacob Parker. 



COUNIY OF CHESTER. 

7th Class. 

Robert Hindman. 
William Willson. 
James Campble. 
Jacob Matsibackr. 
James Skeen. 



479 



8th Class. 



Jacob I^cy. 
Danl. Graham. 
Jacob Willson. 
Christian Fisher. 
William Logan. 



James Kerr. 
Ezekiel Thomas. 
Nathanl. Porter. 
William Cloud. 
Owen Thomas. 



CAPT. ALLENS COMPY. (c.) 
5th Class. 



Robert Dunwoody. 
Saml. Mackelduff. 
Robert Liggit. 



John Thompson. 
James Sterret. 
John Sterret. 
Isaac Robinson. 
Hugh Miller. 
James Gillelan. 



Saml. Aston. 
Alexr. Neesbet. 
Robert Neesbet. 
David Thompson. 
George Wallace. 
Hugh bay. 



James Robinson. 
James Stephenson. 



David Long. 
Peter Peirsol. 
Michael Miller. 



6th Class. 



William Deatty. 
Leonard Hertman. 
William Bell. 
Isaac Philips, Senr. 
Andw. Graham. 



7th Class. 



Danl. Soock. 
John Ralphsnider. 
Alexr. Long. 
Henry Tims. 
John Tidwiller. 



8th Class. 



Andw. Boggs. 
David Robinson. 



482 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Capt. Craig's Company, (c.) 
(5th Class.) 



Jesse Bruce. 
Joseph Bruce. 
Robert Wallace. 
William Kidd. 
Absolom Williams. 
William Roberts. 
Jacob Moyers. 



John McLester. 
Patrick McDowel. 
William Scoiu 
James Henderson. 
Robert Giay. 



James Cummlngs. 
John Russel. 
Robert Beatty. 
William Beatty. 
Joseph Carson. 
Joseph Biggard. 



(6th Class.) 



Timothy Steel. 
William Moore. 
James Cupples. 
Jolin Kilpatrick. 
James Bruce. 



Thomas Miller. 
William Caldwell. 
Arthur McClain. 
John Elliott. 
Saml. Marshall. 



(7th Class.) 



Saml Henderson. 
David McNight. 
Moses Cupples. 
John Fal Render. 
James Mckibben. 



William Rodgers. 
John Wallace, Senr. 
John Wallace, Junr. 
Samuel Weer. 



(8th Class.) 



Jesse Richards. 
Charles Pickingham. 
John Proudfobt. 
Archibald Borland. 



Capt. Scott's Compy. (c.) 
(5th Class.) 



Isaac Whelen. 
Robert Beatty. 
Edward Owen. 
David Houdelshelt. 
James Wilson. 



Joseph Helsby. 
Dennis Whelen. 
George Weemer. 
William Lewis. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



483 



John Young. 
Thomas Thomas. 
Jacob Williams. 
Joseph Beamont. 
Francis Taylor. 



(6th Class.) 



William Dining. 
Jonathan Jones. 
William Morgan. 
Arthur Cuningham. 



John Adams. 
Nathan Roberts. 
Joseph Hanrout. 
Conrad Aker. 



(7th Class.) 



John Gregrory. 
Job Packer. 
John Ryter. 



Aaron Allison. 
Abia John. 
George Gross. 
Isaac Cadwallader. 



(8th Class.) 



Josiah Jackson. 
Saml.'Darrah, Sergt 
David Davis, Lieut. 



Capt. Lockhart's Compy. (c.) 
(5th Class.) 



Joseph Dugan. 
Joseph Darlington. 
Elijah Smith. 
David Jenkins. 



Wm. Guthrey. 
James McLaughlin. 
James 0. Davlin. 
John Darlington. 



George Mckinley. 
Thomas Harris. 
William Long. 
John Edgar. 



(6th Class.) 



(George Gill. 
Wm. Man. 
Joseph Green. 



Saml. McClaln. 
Willm. Fisher. 
Isaac I^wis. 
Saml. Culbertson. 
Alexr. McLaln. 



(7th Class.) 



John Smith. 
Robert Jack. 
Jonathn. Roberts. 
Thomas McGriffln. 
James Lockart. 



484 



Henry Lewis. 
David BrannaD. 
Saml. Harkens. 
Anaw. Forbis. 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

(8th Class.) 

Jacob Haverset. 
Hugh Calahan. 
Elias Wampole. 



A RETURN OF THE 4TH COMPANY BELONING TO THE 
FIRST CHESTER COUNTY BATALION GIVEN UNDER 
MY HAND THIS 19TH DAY OF NOVEMBER. 1781. (c.) 



Captain. 

Comisined Ofisers. 

iraac ThomaE. 

Lieutenant. 
E\ar Williams. 



Jumcs Hood. 
Caleb Boldwin. 
James Webb. 
Vollentine Cepley. 
Willm. Whiticar. 



Ensign. 
James Miles. 

Non Comisioned Ofisers. 

Serr^eants. 

Jonathan Jones. 
Abel freeman. 

First Class. 

John McCormick. 
James Carrel. 
William Piles. 
William Temple. 
Arther Ellis. 



Richard Downing. 
James Bclford. 



Second Class. 



Jesse Evans. 
Phillip Williams. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



485 



Robert Regester. 
Joseph Newbery. 
James Read. 



Samuel Boldwin. 
Mordecai Cloud. 
Samuel Henney. 
Robert McCormick. 
John Downing. 



Robert Ellet. 
John Hughs. 



Third Class. 



John Edg. 
George Vollentine. 
Jeremia FeaJing. 
Jehu Brown. 
Qui la Jones. 



Fourth Class. 



Joseph Evans. 
Thomas Downing. 
Wilm. Arters. 
Ezeciel Evans. 
Enoch Baten. 



William Davis. 
William franklin. 
Thomas HoUis. 
Thomas McQlaghlin. 
John Hoops. 



John Volentine. 
Jonathan Parks. 
Absolom Volentine. 
George Grimes. 



Thomas Downing. 
William Hide. 



Fifth Class. 



Jacob Sisler. 
Joseph Webb. 
Thomas Temple. 



Sixt Class. 



James Boten. 
Andrew Nicholason. 



Seaventh Class. 



Adam Richards. 
Jonathan Volentine. 
Abia Parks. 
Joseph Downing. 
Elisha Chrisman. 
Thomas Ghein. 



Obed Lewis. 
Thomas Kain. 
John Burgwin3. 
Samuel Wilson. 
Reding Howel. 
John at widow taylors. 



Samuel Hunt. 
Isaac Mcfarlin. 
Robert Davis. 



Eaith Class. 



Thomas Vance. 
James McCormick. 



486 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



RETURN OP THE STATE OF CAPT. LOCKART'S COM- 
PANY OF MELITA COMANDED BY COLN. JOHN GARD- 
NER. DECEMBER THE 15TH DAY ANNO DOMINI 1781. 
(c.) 



Captain. 
Robt. Lockart. 

Lieutenant. 
Samuel Picken. 

Ensign. 
John Hughes. 

Clark. 
James Jack. 

Serjent. 
Thos. Irwin. 



John Liggott. 
Isaac Smith. 



Ist Class. 



Mical McCoun. 
James Ross. 



Will Johnjon. 
Maliciah Smith. 



2d Class. 



Isaac Gibbson. 
Phinis Whittaker. 



Samuel M. Cneel. 
John Halliday. 



3d Class. 



Frances Willson. 
John Gosett. 



Richard hoskens. 
Theop. Irwin. 



4th Class. 



Edward Breadey. 
Elias Hugaes. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



487 



Joseph Dugen. 
Joseph Darlington. 
Elijah Smith. 
David Jinkens. 



5th Class. 



William Gnthrey. 
John Daylen. 
John Darlington. 
James McGlauglin. 



6th Class. 



George Mckinley. 
Thomas Harris. 
William Long. 
James Klncade. 
John Edgor. 



Isaac Lewis. 
Samuel Culbertson. 
Alexander M. Clain. 
Robt. Jack. 
Jonathan Robarts. 



David Brannan. 
Samuel Harkens. 
Andrew Forbis. 



George Gill. 
William Man. 
Will Darlington. 
Josep Green. 



7th Class. 



Thomas McGuffln. 
James Lockhart 
Samuel M. Clain. 
Wm. Fisher. 



8th Class. 



Jacob Haverfett 
Hugh Calahan. 
Elias Wampool. 



CAPT. ELTON FOUR LAST CLASSES THAT WAS TO 
MARCH IN THE YEAR 1781. (c.) 



Richard Pasemore. 
Solomon Vicker. 
George Walker. 



5th Class. 



Jno. Brown. 
Joseph Walks. 
James Elrwin. 



6th Class. 



William Eliot 
Peter Flimang. 
Jonathan Mendinghall. 
Evan Williams. 



David McCrorey. 
Edward Brooks. 
Jno. Pim. 
John Few. 



488 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



7th Class. 



Nathaniel Marwell. 
Thomas Pirn, Jun. 
Oliver Spence. 
William Kinison. 
Jno. Heckmao. 



Samuel Knason. 
Thos. Vickers. 
William Allon. 
Jno. Crawford. 
Jno. Cumings. 



William Tompson. 
Thomas Brookes. 
Samuel Coates. 
Moses Coates. 
James Clark. 



8th Class. 



Thomas Windle. 
Joshua Romands. 
Griffith Mendinghall. 
James Erwin, Jun. 



A LIST OP CHESTER COMPANY FOR THE YEAR 1781 
MADE BY FRDK. BNGLB. (c.) 



James Denning, Cap't. 
Thos. Boggard, Lieut 



Samuel Ainsworth. 
Jacob Warwick. 
John Hogan. 
Thos. Weaver. 
James Baggs. 



Michael Kelly, Ensign. 



1st Class. 



John Caldwell. 
John Jackson. 
Thos. Shaw. 
Richd. Morris. 
William Warner. 



Raper Hoskins. 
Sam'l Little. 
William Evans, Junr. 



2d Class. 



John Stephenson. 
John Stilley. 
Geo. Powell. 



3d Class. 



John Shaw. 
Charles Lindsay. 
Caleb Cobourn. 
Charles Barrett 
Abner Barton. 



Edwd. Minshall. 
David Cowpland. 
Geo. Syng. 
Joseph Pyle. 
Ezra Goodwin. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



489 



4Ui Class. 



Tristram Smith. 
Joseph Marlow. 
John McMlchael. 
James Burns. 
William Kerlin. 



Cornelius Gallaher. 
Edwd. Carter. 
Joseph Carter. 



Thos. Pilkenton. 
James Burkett. 
Wm. Lambert. 
Wm. Edwards. 



5th Class. 



Samuel Johnson. 
John Niedy. 
Ezeklel Hartley. 



Elisha Worrall. 
Peter Salkleld. 
Tedh. Graham. 
Jacob Dingee. 



6th Class. 



James Hogan. 
John Young. 
Jesse Beckerton. 
William Oneal. 



7th Class. 



Henry H. Graham. 
Abner Coppock. 
Martin Carter. 
John Campble. 
Thos. Sharpless. 
Jeptha Lightfoot. 



Henry Kimes. 
Daniel Carter. 
Adam Taylor. 
James Rowen. 
Andw. Mcllvain. 
James Mathias. 
Thos. Hinson. 
Geo. Kirlin. 
Robert Rankin. 
Patrick McClume. 
John Perdon. 

Chester ss: 



Samuel Tarrance. 
Geo. Ashbridge. 
Joseph Aston. 
James Dick. 
Fredk. Engle. 



8th Class. 



Joseph Syll. 
Zacharius Lloyd. 
John McCooD. 
Jesse Purnell. 
Robert Reed. 
James Gibbons. 
Joel Logan. 
John McConnell. 
John Hoffman. 
F. Engle, Clerk. 



Affirmed before 



THOS. LEVIS, 
8. L. C. C. 



490 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



RETURN OF YE 4TH COMPANY BELONGING TO THE 1ST 
CHESTER COUNTY BATALION, MAY 20TH, 1782. (c.) 



Isaac Thomas. 
Evan Williams. 
James Miles. 
Reding Howel. 
Caleb Baldwin. 
Jesse Evans. 
Joseph Evans. 
John McCIain. 
Jeremea Fealing. 
Thomas Temple. 
Thomas Hollis. 
Volentine Kepley. 
Sam. Wilson. 
Enoch Baten. 
James Read. 
Eze. Evans. 
Jacob Fisler. 
John Hughs. 
Robert Rcgester. 
Wm. Temple. 
Robert McCormick. 
Joseph Fisher. 
Wm. Hide. 
Sara. Henry. 
Anthony Hoiisem. 
James Gray. 
Sam'l McFarlln. 
Jehue Brown. 
Thomas McGIayhlin. 
John Burgwine. 
James Belford. 
Obed Lewes. 
Thomas Downing, Jur. 
Wra. Whittiar. 
Wm. Arthur's. 
John McCan. 
Benjamen Bonsel. 
Wm. Skeen. 
Elisha Chrisman. 



Robert Davis. 

James McCormuk. 

Wm. Pile. 

Isaac McFarlin. 

David Paints. 

John McCormick. 

George Gray. 

Mordecai Cloude. 

Andrew Ducker. 

George Grace. 

James Carol. 

Jacob Morgan. 

Jonathan McCarty. 

James Guteney. 

Charles Cadwalder. 

Henry Greer. 

John Shaw. 

James Baten. 

John Batten. 

John Beaten. 

Joseph Downing. 

Thomas Downing, Sr. 

Richard Downing. 

Hunt Downing. 

John Downing. 

John Edg. 

Abel Freeman. 

George Graham. 

Thomas Ghean. 

James Hood. 

Samuel Hunt. 

John Hoop. 

Andrew Hall. 

John Shergan at ye widow 

Taylers. 
Abia Parks. 
Jonan. VoUentine. 
Absolom Voln. 
George Volentine. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



491 



James Webb. 
Isaac Webb. 
Joseph Webb. 
James Pinny. 
Paul Custer. 
Matkiel Smith. 
John CrevestoD. 



John Volentlne. 
John Bing. 
John Meason. 
John CravistOD. 
John Downing, Jur. 
John Bean. 



Given under my hands this 26th day of May, 1782. 

ISAAC THOMAS, 
Cap'n. 



A RETURN OF THE NAMES & SIRNAMES OF THE 
SEVENTH COMPANY OF THE FIRST BATTAUON 
OP CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
LIEUT. COL. JOHN GARDNER. FORMER PART, 1782. 

(c.) 



Captain. 
John Scott. 

Lieutenant. 
Robert Beaty. 



Ensign. 
Conrad Acker, Senr. 

Privates. 



Conrad Acker, Junr. 
Abijah John. 
Isaac Whelen. 
Dennis Whelen. 
John Young. 
John West. 
Isaac Evans. 
Jesse Jones. 
Jonathn. Phipps. 
Job Packer. 
Mordecai Evans. 
Reuben John. 



Townsend Whelen. 
Wm. Dllling. 
Wm. Hawot. 
Isaac Williams. 
Aaron Martin. 
John Hatten. 
Henry Urmy. 
David Aspin. 
James Benson. 
Charles McCoy. 
Benja. Evans. 
James Walker. 



492 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Thomas Thomas. 
Joseph Beamont. 
Josiah Philips. 
Patrick McGlogan. 
Jacob Ryter. 
Evan Owaos. 
Wm. Atkins. 
John Adams. 
Philip Baker. 
George Weimer. 
Robert Miller. 
Thomas Crosby. 
Joseph Hawot. 
Jehu John. 



Isaac Cadwalader. 
Randle McDanold. 
Francis Taylor. 
John Develyn. 
Peter Keim. - 
John Parker. 
Wm. Lewis. 
James WiUson. 
Aaron Allison. 
Michael Rook. 
Richd. Morris. 
Daniel Meaden. 
Philip Mitchel. 



Return of the Marching Classes 3d Compy. 1st Batt. of 
Chester County Militia Comd. by Col. John Gardner, 1782. 
(c.) 

JAMES DENNY, Capt. 



5th Class. 



Robert Beaty, Jun. 
Adam Gest. 
David Owen. 
Eli Packer. 



Mardecai Owen. 
John Ball. 
William Beaty. 
John Keely. 



William Mihouse. 
David Lloyd. 
David Carson. 



Wm. Thompson. 
Sam. Lewis. 



Evan Owen. 
John Spencer. 
Abraham Owen. 



6th Class. 



Joseph Lloyd. 
Daniel Evans. 
Benjn. Evans. 

7th Class. 

James Moore. 
John Smith. 

8th Class. 

Mathew Curry. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



493 



A UST OF CHESTER COMPANY FOR THE YEAR 1782 BY 
FREDK. ENGLB. (c.) 



Jacob Warwick. 
Saml. Ainsworth. 
John Hogan. 
Thos. Weaver. 
James Baggs. 
John Caldwell. 



Raper Hoskin. 
Saml. Utile. 
Wm. Evans, Jun. 
John Stephenson. 



John Shaw. 
Charlos Lindsay. 
Caleb Cobourn. 
Charles Barrett. 
Abner Barton. 



John Jackson. 
Thos. Shaw. 
Wm. Warner. 
Richd. Morris. 
Jacob Peterson. 



2d Class 



John Stilley. 
Geo. Powell. 
Charles Afflick. 



2d Class 



Edward Minshall. 
David Cowpland. 
Geo. Syng. 
Joseph Pyle. 
Ezra Goodwin. 



4th Class 



Tristram Smith. 
Joseph Marlow. 
John McMichael. 
James Burns. 
William Kirlin. 



Cornelius Gallaher. 
Edwd. Carter. 
Saml. Johnson. 



P2ter Salkield. 
Zedekiah Graham. 
Jacob Dingee. 
James Hogau. 



Thos. Pilkinton. 
James Burkett. 
Wm. Lambert. 
Wm. Edwards. 



6th Class. 



John Niedy. 
Ezckiel Hartley. 



6th Class. 



John Young. 
Jesse Beckertoi 
Elisha WorralLl 
Wm. Oneal. 




494 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



7tli Class. 



Henry H. Graham. 
Abner Coppock. 
Martin Carter. 
John Campble. 
ThoB. SharplesB. 
Jeptha Lightfoot. 



Henry Klmes. 
Daniel Carter. 
Adam Taylor. 
James Rowen. 
Andw. Mcllvain. 
ThoB. Hinson. 
Geo. Kirlin. 
James Mathias. 
John McCrary. 
Jesse Purnall. 
Joel Logan. 
Joseph Niedy. 

Chester 



Saml. Tarrance. 
Geo. Ashbridge. 
Joseph Aston. 
James Dick. 
Fredk. Engle. 



8th Class. 

Robert Rankin. 
Patrick McClune. 
John Perdon. 
Joseph Syll. 
Zacherius Lloyd. 
Robert Reed. 
James Gibbons. 

Capt. James Dunning. 
Lieut. Thos. Bogard. 
Ensign Michael Kelly. 

F. Engle, Clerk. 

AfHrmed before, 

THOS. LEWIS, S. L. C. C. 



A MUSTER ROLE OF CAPT. SIMONSONS COMPANY FOR 
THE YEAR 1783. (c.) 



Jacob Airs. 
Joseph Dilworth. 
Edward Brinton. 
Joseph Brinton. 
Charles McCroy. 
James Marshel. 
James Dilworth. 
Gorg. Dilworth. 
David May. 
Gideon Gilpen. 
Edward Derlington. 
Samuel King. 



Nathaniel King, 
(illegible) Sharpless. 
Thomas Temple. 
Amos Brinton. 
William Brinton. 
Gorg. Brinton. 
William Sail. 
William Smith. 
Abraham. 
Peter Haten. 
Amos Green. 
Christopher Chandler. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



495 



John Chamberlln. 
Robert Chamberlin. 
William Chamberlin. 
Abraham Dix. 
Jacob Bennet. 
William Swadel. 
Iseral Robeson. 
Thomas Gilpen. 



Joshua Smith. 
James Logan. 
Thomas King. 
Henry Onets. 
Joseph Marten. 
Charles Dilworth. 
Samuel Jones. 
Calip Derce. 



April 21, 1783. A return of the mail inhabitants of the 
Township of Birmingham between the ages of eighteen and 
twenty-three. 



THE OFFICERS OF THE FIRST BATTALION OF CHESTER 
COUNTY COMMANDED BY COLN. JOHN HANNAM. 
(c.) 



Cap't. Edward Simonson. 
1st Lt. Ephraim Russell. 



1st. 



2d Lt. Thomas Moore. 
Ensign, William Chamberlin. 



Capt. John Underwood. 
1st. Lieut. Joseph Robeson. 



2d. 



2d Lieut. Zacheus Davis. 
Ensign Emanuel Ogden. 



Capt. James Walters. 
1st Lieut. Robert Cooper. 



3d. 
2d Lieut. Samuel Horlin. 
Ensign Benjn. McCowen. 



Capt. Samuel Miller. 

1st Lt. Stephen Anderson. 



4th. 
2d Lt. George Sharp. 
Eusign Benjn. Sharp. 



Capt. John Craig. 
1st Lt. John Hadden. 



5th. 
2d Lt. Thomas Hope. 
Ensign William Dimpsey. 



Capt. William Craig. 
1st Lt. Thomas Knight. 



6th. 
2d Lt. Thomas Temple, Jr. 
Ensign Joseph Vernon. 



496 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Capt Robert Cowen. 
Ist Lt Joseph Luckey. 



7tlL 

2d U. Solom Hayes. 
Ensign Jesse Bently. 

8th. 



Capt Jacob Buffington. 

Ist Lt. Robert Muckelhenny. 

Certified by me. 



2d Lt. Thomas Johnston. 
Ensign Joshua Bufiington. 

THOS. CHBYNEY. 



A RETURN OF THE NAMES AND SIRNAMES OF THE SEC- 
OND COMPANY IN THE FIRST BATT. OF THE MIUTIA 
OF CHESTER COUNTY COMM'D BY LIEUT. COL. JOHN 
GARDNER, ESQ. (c.) 



Ephralm Allen, Capt. 
David Thompson, Lieut. 
Andrew Gardner, Ensign. 
James Anderson. 
Joseph Arbuckle. 
John Alford. 
Isaac Aston. 
Samuel Aston. 
John Anderson. 
Matthew Baggs. 
James Baggs. 
Andrew Barr. 
William Bell. 
Hugh Bay. 
Andrew Baggs. 
William Boser. 
John Brown. 
Matthew Brown. 
Abraham Coffman. 
John Collop. 
James Cummins. 
Bartholomew Coleman. 
Joseph Darlington. 
Rob't Dumvoody. 



Elisha Ellis. 

Leonard Freshcorn. 

James Fitzpatrick. 

George Gibbeny. 

Leonard Hylman, gone away. 

William Iddings, Senr. 

William Iddings, Junr. 

Jonathan Iddings. 

John Irwin. 

William Irwin. 

Richards Jacobs. 

James Ligget 

Aaron Lockhart. 

William Lammy. 

John McDaniel. 

Joseph Mackelduff. 

Robert McCloskey. 

Michael Miller. 

Hugh Miller. 

Neal McNeal. 

John Moore. 

James Miller. 

Jacobs Moyer. 

Nathan Marshal. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



497 



Samuel Muckelduff. 
Jonas Notestine. 
Alexander Nesblt 
Robert Nesblt. 
Mordecai Plersol. 
Isaac Philips, Jun. 
Henry Peeler. 
William Porter. 
I>ayid Peeler. 
Isaac Philips, Senr. 
George Pratt. 
Mathew Porter. 
Peter Plunk. 
Andrew Reafsnider. 
Andrew Ross. 
Isaas Robeson. 
James Robeson. 
David Robeson. 



Ephraim Robeson, Junr. 
John Strong, Junr. 
Robert Stewart. 
James Sterret. 
John Sterret. 
James Stephenson. 
John Sullevan. 
Christian Summer. 
Moses Sterret 
John Todd. 
Christian Tidwiler. 
John Thompson. 
Henry Tims. 
Bartley Tims. 
Wm. Watson. 
George Wallace. 
John Ward. 
James Dunwoody. 



THIRD COMPANY 1ST BATT. CHESTER COUNTY MIL- 
ITIA, (c.) 



Captain. 
James Denny. 

Lieut. 
William Denny. 

Ensign. 
Jos. McClure. 



William Butler. 
Patt. McElvy. 
William Flin. 



1st Class. 

John Butler. 
John Whelen. 
Saml. Kisslck. 



Robert Allison. 
Jacob Moses. 
James Coats. 

32- Vol. V- 



2d Class. 

Eanoch Matson. 
Daniel Hagerty. 
James Guest. 



-5th Ser. 



498 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



3d Class. 



Robt Phipps. 
Jonathn Pugh. 
Miles Davis. 
James Quin. 



James Starr. 
Robt. McMin. 
Aaron Phipps. 
Jos. Spencer. 



Robert Beaty (farmer). 
Robert -Beaty, Junr. 
Adam Guest. 
David Owen. 
Eli Packer. 



Morde Owen. 
John Ball. 
William Beaty. 
John Keely. 
David Pugh. 



Wm. Milhouse. 
Isac Lewis, Junr. 
David Loyd. 



William Thompson. 
Samuel Lewis. 
Mathew Curry. 



Thomas Crosby. 
Benjn. Butler. 
Reuben Hall. 



4th Class. 



Ellis Jones. 
John Rees. 
BenJn. Benson. 



5th Class. 



Eaven Owon. 
John Spencer. 
Abm. Owen. 
Eaven Owen Millr. 



6th Class. 



Jos. Loyd. 
Daniel Eavcns. 
Eaven Eavens. 
Benjn. Eavens. 



7th Class. 



Philip Davis. 
David Carson. 
James Moore. 



8th Class. 



Nathn. Roberts. 
Arther Ellis. 
Samuel Davis. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



499 



RETURN OF THE 4TH COMPANY 1ST BATTAUON CHES- 
TER CO. MIUTIA. (c.) 



James Hood. 
Caleb Baldwin. 
James Webb. 
Valentine Cepley. 
Willm. Whitaker. 
John McCormick. 
Peter Graham. 



Richard Downing. 
James Balfoure. 
Jesse Eavens. 
Philip Williams. 
Robert Rogester. 
Joseph Newberry. 

Samuel Baldwin. 
Joseph Fisher. 
Mordecai Cloud. 
Samuel Heany. 
Robt. McCormick. 



Jos. Eavens. 
Benj. Tayler. 
Thos. Downing. 
William Artis. 
David Gill. 
Isac Webb. 



Captain. 
Isac Thomas. 

Lieut 
Eaven Williams. 

Ensign. 
James Miles. 

1st Class. 

Paul McCorskey. 
(hoesleer at the ship.) 
Henry Green. 
William Piles. 
William Temple. 
Abiah Parks. 

2d Class. 

James Dickson. 
Co.'s sheriff former 

man. 
Barney Stanley. 
John Bing. 

3d Class. 

John Downing. 
John Edge. 
George Valentine. 
Jeremiah Fealing. 

4th Class. 

Chas. Cadwalader. 
Enoch Battin. 
William Davis. 
William Franklin. 
John McClane. 



waiting 



500 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



5th Class. 



John Valentine. 
Jonathn. Park. 
Andw. Hall. 
Absolum Volantlne. 
Jacob Hufman. 
Nathl. Wodward. 
George. Graham. 



George Gray. 
Jacob Sisters. 
John Miller. 
John Bean. 
;roseph Webb. 
Thomas Temple. 



Thomas Downing. 
James Finney. 
William Hide. 
Samuel Goskil. 



6th Class. 



James Batten. 
James Gray. 
Daniel McClane. 



7th Class. 



Adam Richards. 
Jonathan Valentine. 
Abram. Parks. 
Joseph Downing. 
Elisha Crisman. 
Thos. Gwin. 



Obed Lewis. 
Hunt Downing. 
John Burgwine. 
Saml. Wilson. 
Thos. Kain. 



Saml. Hunt. 
John Underwood. 
Isac Mcfarland. 
Robert Davis. 



Sth Class. 



George Gill. 
Thos. Vance. 
John Caiulay. 



A RETURN OF CAPT. ROBERT ELTONS COMPANY OE 
MILITIA NOW UNDER MARCHEN ORDERS, (c.) 



Solomon Vickers. 
George Walker. 
John Brcwii. 



5th Class. 



Joseph Walker. 
James Jorven. 
John Vornen. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



501 



eth Class. 



William Eliot 
Peter Fleming. 
Jonathan Mendinhall. 
David McCrory. 



Nathanial Maxwell. 
Thomas Pim, Juner. 
Oliver Spence. 
William KinnisoD. 
John Hickman. 
Thomas Griffeth. 



William Tompson. 
ThomaB Brooks. 
Samuel Coates. 
Moses Coats. 
James Clark. 



Eodward Brookes. 
John Pirn. 
John Frew. 



7th Class. 



Samual Kinnison. 
Thomas Vickars. 
William Allen. 
John Craford. 
John Cumings. 



8th Class. 



Thomas Windol. 
Joshua Romans. 
Griffith Mendhonhall. 
James Eowen. 



A RETURN OF THE 1ST CO. OF THE 1ST BATT., C. C. (c ) 



John Graham, Cap't. 
Nathl. Irwin, Lieut. 



Jos. Sherr. 
Wm. Cunningham. 
Jeremiah Peirsol. 
Jas. Fitspatrick, Junr. 



Wm. Willson. 
Jas. Skeen. 
Wm. Peirsol. 
John Vernon. 
Jno. Hanson. 



Jas. McCammont, Ensn. 



1st Class. 



Peter Fisher. 
Richd. Dowlar. 
Andw. Ross. 



2d Class. 



Rob't. Greer. 
Jas. Martin. 
Yost Yoder. 
Saml. Thomas. 
Isaac Miles. 



602 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Sam'l Graham. 
Sam'l Cunningham. 
Wm. Trego, Jun'r. 
Isaac Chapman. 
Jas. Curry, Sen'r. 
Dan'l Graham. 

Rich'd Pelrsol. 
Jno. Carson. 
Jas. Curry, Jun'r. 
Rob't Gordon. 
Sam'l McCammon. 



3d Class. 

Wm. McNealey. 

Jno. Irwin, Shoemaker. 

Da'd Sherr. 

Da'd Beaty. 

Jno. Yother. 

4th Class. 

Sam'l Murdock. 
Thos. Housekeeper. 
Robt. Lusk. 
Henry Barker. 
BenJ'n Marple. 



Jas. Beverland. 
Jas. Lusk. 
Jas. Buchanon. 
Jarred Graham. 
Math'w Buchanon. 

Jas. Hanna. 
Sam'l Christy. 
Jno. Gait 
Ezekael Irwin. 
Isaac Trego. 



5th Class. 

Elliss Chapman. 
Sam'l L«acy. 
Jacob Parker. 
Jno. Hambleton. 

6th Class. 

Ab'm Graham. 
Jas. Gait. 
Jas. Johnston. 
Sam'l Gardner. 
Vallentine Fail. 



Jno. Henox. 
Wm. Hunter. 
Math'w Martin. 



7th Class. 

Jno. Suck. 
Jno. Kerr. 
Jac'b Maclenberger. 



Jacob Van Lawey. 
Jas. Graham. 
Jacob Milleson. 
Chrifm Fisher. 
Wm. Logan. 
Jas. Kerr. 

Da'd McComaughy. 
Jno. Lusk. 



8th Class. 

Ezekael Thomas. 
Jno. McMuIlen. 
Jos. Thompson. 
Edw. Burns. 
Nath'l Porter. 

Serj'ts. 

Allex. Irwin. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



aU3 



RETURN OF THE 2ND. COMPY OF YE 1ST BATT. C. C. 

M. (c.) 



Eaph'm Allen, Cap't. 
James Dunwoody, L't. 



James Anderson. 
Jos. McElduff. 
John Todd. 
Matthew Brown. 
John Strong. 



Names. 

And'w Gardner, Ensign. 

1st Class. 

Mordecai Pursel. 
Robert Stewart. 
Leonard Trescorn. 
And'w Refsnider. 
Isaac Philips, Jun. 



2nd Class. 



Jos. Arbuckle. 
VVm. Porter. 
Jonas Neatstone. 
James Baggs. 



Robert McCloskey. 
Martin Bush. 
Jos. Darlinton. 
Jno. McClister. 



David Peeler. 
Elisho Ellis. 
Cristy Tedwiler. 



Ab'm Cofman. 
Arch'd Barr. 
Wm. Bell. 



3rd Class. 



Moses Trego. 
Wm. Reefes. 
Cristian Soack. 



4th Class. 



Wm. Watson. 
Jos. Waddle. 
Aaron Wart 



5th Class. 



Rob't Dunwoody. 
Sol. McElduff. 
Robt. Leggett. 

John Thompson. 
James Sterrett. 
Isac Robeson. 
John Starrett. 
Hugh Miller. 



David Long. 
Michal Miller. 



6th Class. 



Isac Philips, Sen'r. 
James Gelleland. 
Wm. Beaty. 
Leonard Holmant. 



504 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



7th Class. 



Samuel Ashton. 
Alex'r Nesbett. 
Rob't Nesbett 
David Thompson. 
George Wall. 
Hugh Bay. 



James Robeson. 
James Steenson. 
And'w Baggs. 
David Robeson. 
William Iddins. 
John Ward. 
Darby McDaniel. 



Daniel Soack. 
James Irwin. 
John Roafsnider. 
Alex'r Long. 
Henry Tims. 



8th Class. 



John Sullevan. 
Ephr'm Robeson. 
James Leggett. 
Neal McNeal. 
George Gibboney. 
William Denny. 



A LIST OF THE FOUR LAST CLASSES OF CAPT. LOCK- 
ART COMPANY NOW UNDER ORDERS TO MARCH, (c.) 



Joseph Dugan. 
Joseph Darlington. 
Elijah Smith. 
David Jinkens. 



5th Class. 



Willm Guthry. 
James McGlacklan. 
John O'Davlln. 
John Darlington. 



6th Class. 



George McKinley. 
Thomas Harris. 
Willm. Long. 
John Edgar. 



Saml. McClean. 
Willm. Fisher. 
Isaac Lewis. 
Saml. Culbertson. 
Alexr. McClean. 



George Gill. 
Willm. Man. 
Joseph Green. 



7th Class. 



John Smith. 
Robert Jacke. 
Jonathan Roberts. 
Thomas McGiiflan. 
James Lockart. 



^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^K ^^^H i^^^^^^-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^l 



Henry Lewis. 
David Branan. 
Saml. Harkins. 
Andrew Forbis. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 

8th Class 

Jacob Haverset. 
Hugh Calachan. 
Elias Wampool. 



605 



Birminghain Company Capt Simonson.(c.) 



Samuel Russell. 
Robt. Frame. 
Thos. Davis. 
William Chambarlain. 
Thos. Bullock. 
Joseph Davis, Junr. 



isaac Mote. 
James Pyle. 
Willm. Boyd. 
Patric McMurray. 
William Brinton. 



John Nield. 
John Mote. 
Joseph Guess. 
Jno. Chamberlain. 
George Brinton. 



Class 1. 



Gideon Gilpin. 
Philip Hallard. 
James Mate. 
Israel Gilpin. 
Wm. Mason. 



Class 2. 



Samuel Ring. 
Nathan Nield. 
Wiliam Seal. 
James Shanklin. 



Class 3. 



Thos. Darlington. 
Joshua Sharpless. 
George Brinton Junr. 
James Logan. 
Jno. Cunningham. 



Class 4th. 



Patrick Kogen. 
Thos. Frame. 
Jas. Marshall. 
Jacob Mote. 
Joseph Dilworth. 
Aaron Cattle. 



John Little. 
William Smith. 
Jacob Bennett.' 
John Patton. 
Joseph Logan. 



506 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Class 5. 



Robert McAlhor. 
Jesse Green. 
James Thatcher. 
Moses Martin. 
Ell Woodward. 

Thos. Hammum. 
Francis Harbeson. 
William Simonson. 
Jno. Thatcher. 
Edward Darlington. 



Nath. Ring. 
John Bale. 
Christian Staclce. 
Robert Chamberlain. 
Samuel Painter. 



James Dilworth. 
Benjn. Ring. 
Amos House. 
Job Mercer. 
Jas. McMasters. 



Thomas Jones. 
Samuel Jones. 
Amos Brinton. 
Caleb Brinton. 



Class 6. 



James Smith. 
Wiliam Dunwoody. 
Frederik Mateer. 
Nath. Hoilingsworth. 



Class 7. 



John Bennett. 
Jesse Graves. 
Thomas Hope. 
Amos Green. 



Class 8th. 



Emmor Porter. 
Gideon Prats. 
John Carter. 
Edward Simonson. 



A LIST OF CAPTAIN ISAAC THOMAS COMPANY OF FOOT 
MILITIA, BELONGING TO THE FIRST BATALION OF 
CHESTER COUNTY, (c.) 



Captain. 
Isaac Thomas. 

Lieutenant. 
Evan Williams. 



Ensign. 
James Miles. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



507 





Privatea 




7. 


Reading Howell. 


3. 


Mordecai Cloud. 


1. 


Caleb Baldwin. 


6. 


James Batten. 


3. 


Samuel Baldwin. 


7. 


Joseph Downing. 


2. 


Jesse Evans. 


4. 


Thomas Downing, Senr. 


4. 


Joseph Evans. 


2. 


Richard Downing. 


3. 


Jeremiah Failing. 


7. 


Hunt Downing. 


5. 


Thomas Temple. 


3. 


John Downing. 


4. 


Thomas Hollis. 


3. 


John Edge. 


1. 


Valentine Kepley. 


5. 


Abel Freeman. 


7. 


Samuel Wlllson. 


7. 


Thomas Gheen. 


4. 


Enoch Balten. 


1. 


James Hood. 


2. 


James Reid. 


8. 


Samuel Hunt. 


4. 


Ezekiel Ehrans. 


4. 


John Hoops. 


5. 


Jacob Sisler. 




Andrew Hale. 


2. 


John Hughs. 


1. 


John Harrigan. 


2. 


Robert Register. 


7. 


Abia Park. 


1. 


William Temple. 


7. 


Jonathan Valentine. 


3. 


Robert McCormick. 


7. 


Absalom Valentine. 


3. 


Joseph Fisher. 




George Valentine. 


6. 


William Hide. 


1. 


James Webb. 


3. 


Samuel Haney. 




Isaac Webb. 


6. 


Anthony Housem. 




James Tinney. 


4. 


James Gray. 




Paul Caster. 




Samuel McFarlin. 




Malakiah Smith. 


3. 


Jehue Brown. 




John Craviston. 


4. 


Thomas McLaughlin. 




John Valentine. 


7. 


John Burgoine. 




John Mason. 


2. 


James Belford. 




John Downing, Jun. 


7. 


Obed Lewis 




Samuel Caster. 


6. 


Thomas Downing. Junr. 




James Gageby. 


4. 


William Arthurs. 




John Miller. 


2. 


Benjamin Bonsil. 




Samuel Kinneson. 


7. 


Ellsha Chrisman. 




John McClaine. 


8. 


Robert Davis. 




William Whitticher. 


8. 


James McCormick. 




William Skeen. 


8. 


Isaac McFarlin. 




Thomas Clark. 


1. 


David Points. 




Abner Dolby. 


1. 


John McCormick. 




Joseph Webb. 


5. 


George Gray. 







608 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



PAY ROLL OF CAPT. PARKER'S COMPANY SECOND BAT- 
TALION, CHESTER COUNTY, COMMANDED BY COU 
THOS. HOCKLEY, (c.) 



6 



Aug. 5. 1776. 



Aug. 5. 17 



Edward Parker, 



Benj. Bnimback, . 

John Hause 

lienery Bnimback, 
Michael Sypher, .... 

Isaac Sypher 

Jacob Steger 

Henrj- Hippie 

Nicholas Kyeer, ..., 

Yost Hippie , 

Adam Steger 



Privates. 

Danlol Plckert , 

Philip Bower , 

Abraham Sypher, .. 

Peter Defrain 

Mattis Krisso , 

John Dermang, .... 

George Keller, 

George Yeager , 

Georgia Eyrie 

Hcnery Knare 

Honery Mowra 

Honery Dcam 

Adam Ash, 

Henery Parker 

Cunrad Shunk 

Philip Reeseman. .. 
Jonathan Thomas, .. 

John Hippie 

Andrew Doberman. 



Captain, ... 

Ist Lieut.. . 
2nd Lieut.,. 

1 Ensign, . 

2 Ensign, . 
Serjeant, .. 
Serjeant, .. 
Serjeant, .. 
Serjeant. .. 
Drummer, . 
Flfor 



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COUNTY OF CHESTER. 609 



CAPTAIN EDWARD PARKER'S COMPANY. 



Pay Roll of Capn. Parker's Company, Second Battalion, Ches- 
ter county, Commanded by Col. Thos. Hockley, (a.) 



Captain. 
Edward Parker, August 5, 1776. 

First Lieutenant. 
Benjamin Brumback, August 5, 1776. 

Second Lieutenant. 
John Hause, August 5, 1776. 

Ensigns. 

Henery Brumback, August 5, 1776. 
Michael Sypher, August 5, 1776. 

Sergeants. 

Isaac Sypher, August 5, 1776. 
Jacob Steger, August 5, 1776. 
Henery Hippie, August 5, 1776. 
Nicholas Kyser, August 5, 1776. 

Drummer. 
Yost Hippie, August 5, 1776. 

Fifer. 
Adam Steger, August 5, 1776. 

Privates. 

Daniel Dick, August 5, 1776. 
Philip Bower, August 5, 1776. 
Abraham Sypher, August 5, 1776. 
Peter Defrain, August 5, 1776. 
Mattis Kriss, August 5, 17776. 
John Dermang, August 5, 1776. 



510 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



George Keller, August 6, 1776. 
George Teager, August 5, 1776. 
George Eyrie, August 6, 1776. 
Henery Knare, August 5, 17776. 
Henery Mowra, August 6, 1776. 
Henery Deam, August 5, 1776. 
Adam Ash, August 6, 1776. 
Henery Parker, August 5, 1776. 
Conrad Shunk, August 5, 1776. 
Philip Reeseman, August 5, 1776. 
Jonathan Thomas, August 5, 1776. 
John Hippie, August 5, 1776. 
Andrew Doberman, August 5, 1776. 

Personally appeared before me, Jacob Schreiner, Esq., one 
of the Justices of the City and County of Philadelphia, Ed- 
ward Parker, who declared on affirmation the within is a true 
and Just acct. and that a balance of 39 £ 8d. is now due to 
him, given under my hand the 4th Octr. 1776. 

JACOB SCHREINER. 



Mr. Smith I herewith Send you a List of the field ofllceis 
and Comp'y officers of Elk Battn. formerly the 4th Battn. 
Commanded by Colnl. Wm. Montgomrey. (c.) 

Elected Aprl. 25th 1777. 

Colonels. 
1st — Evan Evans. 
2nd — John McDowel Doer. 



David Mackey. 



Andrew Boyd. 



Robt. Correy. 



Major. 



Adjutant. 



Qr. Master. 



Thos. Willey. 



Sergt. Major. 



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mz 





COUNTY OP CHESTER. 611 

Cop'y officers Ellected May ye 5th. 

1st Capt'n— John Ramsey. No. 1. 

1st Lieut. — John Gardner. 

2nd Lieut.— Robert McCaddan. 

Ensign — David Cosbay. 

2nd Capt'n — Alen Cunningham. No. 2. 

1st Lieut.— Matthew Willey. 

2nd Lieut. — James Anderson. 

Ensign— John Williamson. 

3d Capt'n— Ephraim Blackburn. No. 3. 

1st Lieut.— Daniel Ewing. 

2nd Lieut.— Alexander Walker. 

Ensign — Wm. Bricc. ^ 

4th Capt'n— John McKee. No, 4. . 

1st Lieut.— I^zrus Finney. 

2nd Lieut. — David Correy. 

Ensign — James Johnston. 

5th Capt'n — Joseph Gardner. No. 5. 

1st Lieut. — John Brians. 

2nd Lieut. — Joseph Wharry. 

Ensign — Robert Thompson. 

()L.i Capt'n— David Hays. No. 6. 

1st Lieut. — James Fulton. 

2nd Lieut.— Arthur Andrews. 

Ensign — Andrew Lowry. 

7th Capt'n— John Kinkaid. No. 7. 

1st Lieut. — James Boyd. 

2nd Lieut.— James Gilleland. 

Ensign — Archbald Dysart. 

t;th Capt'n — Samuel Evans. No. 8. 

1st Lieut. — William Hopps. 

2nd Lieut.— Robert Montgomery. 

Ensign— Robert Correy. 

Sir: The above is the Return of the officers of this Battn. 
as I was not able to Give attendance at Dowington when the 
board met to take the Rank of the battns. I would be glad 
to be favoured with it in a few lines the first opportunity 
from Sir, 

Ye verry, 
Humbl. scrvt., 
THOS. STRAWBRIDGB. 
May ye 7th 1777. 

ROBERT SMITH, Ueut C. C. 



612 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

Received 14th August 1777, of Colonl Matlack CommlBsions 
for Allen Cunningham Capt., first Lieut. David Ck)rrey, 2d 
Lieut. Robt. Correy, and Andrew Boyd Adjutant of the Second 
of Chester Co.,Commanded by Col. Evans. 

1777 Septr. 16. Received of Timothy Matlack Esqr., com- 
miesions for the within officers (excepting those above men- 
tioned. 

ANDREW BOYD Sub Lt C. Co. 

Commissions Dated 7th May. 



SECOND BATTALION. 



List of the Field Officers and Company Officers of the Elk 
Battalion, formerly the Fourth Battalion Commanded by 
Colonel William Montgomery, (a.) 



Colonel. 
Evan Evans, com. May 7, 1777. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
John McDowell, com. May 7, 1777. 

Major. 
David Mackey, com. May 7, 1777. 

Adjutant. 
Andrew Boyd, com. May 7, 1777. 

Quarter Master. 
Robert Curry, com. May 7, 1777. 

Sergeant Major. 
Thomas Willey, com. May 7, 1777. 

First company. 

Captain— John Ramsey, com. May 5. 1777. 
First Lieutenant— John Gardner, com. May 5, 1777. 
Second Lieutenant— Robert McCadden, com. May 5, 1777. 
Ensign— David Cosbay. com. May 5, 1777. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 513 

Second Company. 

Captain— Alen Cunningham, com. May 5. 1777. 
First Lieutenant— Matthey Willey, com. May 5, 1777. 
Second Lieutenant— James Anderson, com. May 5, 1777. 
Ensign— John Williamson, com. May 5, 1777. 

Third company. 

Captain— Ephraim Blackburn, com. May 5, 1777. 
First Lieutenant— Daniel Ewing, com. May 5, 1777. 
Second Lieutenant — Alexander Walker, com. May 5, 1777. 
Ensign — William Brice, com. May 5, 1777. 

Fourth company. 

Captain— John McKee, com. May 5, 1777. 
First Lieutenant— Lazarus Finney, com. May 5, 1777. 
Second Lieutenant — David Correy, com. May 5, 1777. 
Ensign — James Johnston, com. May 5, 1777. 

Fifth company. 

Captain— Joseph Gardner, com. May 5, 1777. 
First Lieutenant — John Brians, com. May 5, 1777. 
Second Lieutenant— Joseph Wharry, com. May 5, 1777. 
Ensign— Robert Thompson, May 5, 1777. 

Sixth company. 

Captain— David Hays, com. May 5, 1777. 
First Lieutenant — James Fulton, com. May 5, 1777. 
Second Lieutenant— Arthur Andrews, com. May 5, 1777. 
Ensign— Andrew Lowry, com. May 5, 1777. 

Seventh company. 

Captain— John Kinkald, com. May 5, 1777. 
F'irst Lieutenant— James Boyd, com. May 5, 1777. 
Second Lieutenant — James Gilleland, com. May 5, 1777. 
Ensign- Archibald Dysart, com. May 5, 1777. 

Eighth company. 

Captain— Samuel Evans, com. May 5, 1777. 
First Lieutenant— William Hoops, com. May 5^ 17T7. 
Second Lieutenant — Robert Montgomery, cum. May 5, 1111* 
Ensign— Robert Correy, com. May 5, 1777. 

33— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 




614 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Sir: The above is the Return of the officers of this Battal- 
ion; as I was Not able to give attendance at Downingstown 
when the board met to take the Rank of the Battalion, I 
would be glad to be favored with in in a few lines the first 
Opportunity. 

Prom, Sir, your very 

Humble Servant, 

THOMAS STRAWBRIDGE. 
ROBERT SMITH, Lieutenant C. C, May 7, 1777. 



PAY ROLL OF CAPT. JACOB RUDOLPH'S COMPANY OF 
CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA OF FOOT IN THE SERVICE 
OF THE UNITED STATES COMMANDED BY EVAN 
EVANS ESQR., OCTOBER 12th 1777. (c.) 




Capt. Jacob Randolph 

TJout. John Price 

Lieut. Samuel Ash 

Ensi'n James Williamson. ... 

Serjt. William Smith 

Serjt. Jonathan Pearson 

SerJt. James Crozer 

Serjt. Joseph Nelson 

Corpl. George Davis 

Corpl. John McBrido 

Corpl. Penjamln Otter 

Corpl. Joseph Lindsey 

Drum'r Mattis (^lowsor 

FIf'r Samuel Mcllton 

Privates, John Mitchel 

Thomas Ashton. ... 

Charles Wright. ... 

Duncan McDonald. 

William Lonp, 

Penjamln Hance, .. 

John McGIre 

John Ketts 

Mark Elliot 

William Mornrd. .. 

Jacob Sullinder. ... 

Alexander Mormw. 

William Morris. ... 

Jacob Walters 



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COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



515 



PAY ROLL OF CAPT. JACOB RUDOLPH'S COMPANY OF 
CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA OF FOOT— Continued. 



Names. 



6 



Isaac IIufT 

John Ironson , 

Peter McFarlan, — 
Peter McDonnald, ., 

Andrew Cain , 

Seth Thomas 

John Telze 

Evan Evans 

Thomas Price 

Henry Kllderbrand, 

Huifh Fleldon , 

Timothy Condon, . . 
Edward Colophy, .. 

Amos Penlngor, 

Robert (^olvln 

Bryan McGIaughlin 
Matthias Netsiltas. 
Robert McGarrow, 

Samuel Taylor 

Thomas Brooks, 

William Kennedy. . 
William Andorson. 

Sam uel Crozer 

John Crozer 

Richard Grimes, ... 

John Palmer 

Robert Williamson, 

John Haws 

James McCutchln, 
John McGlaahen, ... 

Abljah Price 

Isaac Uance 



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Deserted. 
Deserted. 



SECOND BATTALION, (a.) 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

David Mackey, from Major, Promoted May 11, 1778. 

Fifth company. 

Captain— John Bryan, com. April 26, 1779. 
First I^ieutenant— Robert Thompson, com. April 26, 1779. 
Second Lieutenant— John Power, com. April 26» 1779. 
Ensign— John Douglas, com. April 26, 1779. 



^ 



516 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



^ixth company. 

Captain— James Fulton, com. June 6, 1778. 
First Lieutenant— Arthur Andrews, com. June 6, 1778. 
Second Lieutenant— Andrew Lowrey, com. June 6, 1778. 
Ensign — Jeremiah Simpson, com. June 6, 1778. 

Seventh company. 

Captain — William Armstrong, com. May 25, 1778. 
Second Lieutenant— John Thompson, com. May 25, 1778. 



SECOND BATTALION, (a.) 



Colonel. • 

Evan Evans. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
David Mackey. 

Major. 
David Hays, com. October 6. 1778. 



A return of the Names and Surnames of the Officers and Pri- 
vates as divided into their respective Companies of the Sec- 
ond Battalion of Chester County Militia, commanded by 
Col. Evan Evans, April 24, 1778. 



LONDONDERRY COMPANY. 



Captain. 
John Ramsey. 



First Lieutenant. 
John Gardner. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



517 



David Brackenridge. 
William Strain. 
James Graham. 
Joseph Caldwell. 
John Walker. 
Joseph Ward. 
Jacob Wilson. 
Alexander Picken. 
James Pogue. 
Thomas Baldwin. 
Robert Graham. 
Henry Sanderson. 
Andrew Evit. 
John Hayly. 
John Anderson. 
Thomas Allen. 
Andrew Dunlap. 
James Lafferty. 
Rumfford Dawes. 
William Miller. 
Moses Corry. 
William McCracken. 
John McCracken. 
Edward Durnan. 
Patt Fox. 
Adam Read. 
John Finney. 
John Alexander. 
Joseph Strawbridge. 
James Strawbridge. 
James Abbets. 
Samuel Finney. 
James Mullon. 
Thomas Evans. 
Isaac Gray. 
Nathan Gibson. 



Second Lieutenant. 
Robert McCadden. 

EMsign. 
David Crosby. 

Privates. 

John Swan. 
Samuel Ramsey. 
Daniel McClean. 
Alexandeer Melony. 
Thomas Mercer. 
Messor Beason. 
Elijah McClenachan. 
John F. McClenagan. 
Thomas Jeffrys. 
Ellas Neild. 
John Wickersham. 
James Darnell. 
John Widdons. 
James Jackson. 
Luke Scott. 
Hugh McGuire. 
John McGuire. 
William Burns. 
William Fletcher. 
David Buchannan. 
Archibald McWilkey. 
John Kinkead. 
Samuel Love. 
William Creswell. 
James Creswell. 
James Gibson. 
John Quigg. 
Patt Quigg. 
John McMullon. 
William Powers. 
Robert Patterson. 
Isaac Creswell. 
Benjamin Walker. 
John Walker. 
William Blair. 
William GillilaDa. 



518 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Hugh McCadden. 
John Crosby. 
Thomas Crosby. 
James Trimble. 
William Reed. 
Francis Sample. 
Moses Ramsey. 
Matthias Holston. 



Capt. John Ramsey. 

William Sloan. 
Richard Bayley. 
John Watson. 
James Beaty. 
Gabriel Love. 
Patt McBride. 
Andrew Reed. 



LONDON GROVE COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain: 
Allen Cunningham. 

Lieutenants. 

Matthew Wiley. 
James Anderson. 

Ensign. 
John Williamson. 



Privates. 



William Anderson. 
Jacob Anderson. 
Thomas Best. 
John Ross. 
John Wiley. 
Thomas James Visey. 
Richard Gerrey. 
John Cane. 
Charles Booth. 
Edward Crooks. 
Joseph Moor. 
Jacob Halladay. 
Samuel Millhouse. 
Benjamin Fincher. 
Francis Williamson. 
Nathaniel Wallace. 



James Way. 
Thomas Millhouse. 
James Lindley. 
Moses Fraizer. 
Richard Flower. 
Thomas Flower. 
David Flower. 
Joshua Pusey. 
John Pusey. 
Lewis Pusey. 
Thomas Morton. 
Joel Morton. 
John Newberry. 
William Thompson. 
William Thompson. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



519 



David Harlan. 
Michael Harlan. 
Patrick Harker. 
William Fitch. 
Robert Wilson. 
Joseph Chandler. 
Allen Chandler. 
Elisha Churchman. 
George Sinclair. 
Lewis Janney. 
William Edwards. 
William Johnston. 
Jeremiah Underwood. 
Ephraim Wilson. 
Joseph Johnston. 
Henrey Hays. 
Stephen Cook. 
Jeremiah Cook. 
Thomas Thompson. 
Thomas Wood. 
William Wood. 
Thomas Butler. 
Samuel Wodward. 
Francis Wilkinson. 
Thomas Wilkinson. 
Samuel Sharp. 
Thomas Ward. 



Joseph Taylor. 
Joseph Gray. 
James Swayn. 
John Dougherty. 
John Jackson. 
Samuel Jackson. 
George Pasmore. 
Robert Taylor. 
William Lockhart. 
William Chalplain. 
William Derrickson. 
William Allen. 
Charles Allen. 
James McClower. 
John Clark. 
Robert Lamburn. 
Francis I^mburn. 
Josiah Lamburn. 
Thomas Johnston. 
William Cook. 
Robert Fullerton. 
Daniel Robertson. 
David Moore. 
Jacob Wood. 
Joseph Richardson. 
Samuel Williamson. 
Thomas Lamburn. 



WEST NOTTINGHAM COMPANY, (a.) 

Captain. 
Ephraim Blackburn. 

First Lieutenant. 
Daniel Ewing. 

Second Lieutenant 
Alexander Walker. 



620 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



John Walker. 
Andrew Walker. 
Benjamin Zoo. 
John Patton. 
James Patton. 
David MuUveen. 
Isaac Brown. 
Elihu Brown. 
Stephen Brown. 
Barnabas Maloy. 
James Douglas. 
George Douglas. 
James Reed. 
Francis White. 
John McBeath. 
Robert McPike. 
James McPike. 
George McPike. 
John Dickson, jr. 
Robert Calwell. 
Joseph Woods. 
John Woods. 
Thomas Coulston. 
John Coulston. 
John Harry. 
\Villlam Mclwin. 
Robert McMillen. 
Joseph McMillen. 
Ephralm McMillen. 
Alexander Sands. 
Thomas Phillips. 
John Wails. 
Robert Miller. 
William Purneal. 
John England. 
John McElhenny. 
John Burke. • 
Robert Holms. 
Thomas Badger. 
Saml. Reed. 
John Carr. 



Ensign. 
William Brice. 

Privates. 

Edward Bradly. 
Nathaniel Blackburn. 
Andrew Brisban. 
John Miller. 
James McMaster. 
Levi Murphy. 
John Reed. 
James Reed. 
Jacob Seargent 
Thomas McCreay. 
Nathaniel Sidwell. 
Isaac Sidwell. 
John Huss. 
Jacob Huss. 
Adam Miller.' 
Timothy Kirk. 
Joseph Kirk. 
John Tibs. 
James Morrison. 
Thomas Warren. 
Joseph Clark. 
Benjamin Brown. 
Christopher Inkle. 
Rodger Kirk. 
Thomas Trimble. 
John Woodrow. 
George Guin. 
John Lawrence. 
Benjamin McNutt. 
Levi Baily. 
William Edmiston. 
William Ramsey. 
Samuel Sidwell. 
James Smith. 
Abraham Hillis. 
James Lloyd. 
Thomas Lloyd. 
William Coulson. 
Thomas Coulston, Sr. 
Richard Wails. 
Simon Woodrow. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



621 



EAST NOTTINGHAM CO. (a.) 



Captain. 
Joseph Gardner. 

First Lieutenant 
John Bryans. 

Second Lieutenant 
Joseph Wharry. 

Ensign. 
Robert Thompson. 

Privates. 



John Atkin. 
James Blackley. 
William Buck. 
Michael Camdon. 
Thomas McCracken. 
William McCracken. 
Edward McAfee. 
John Smith. 
John Bigart. 
James Drennan. 
John Mills. 
William Russel. 
James Erwin. 
Joseph Mitchel. 
Hugh Taner. 
Philip Tanner. 
James Wiley. 
William Humes. 
Samuel Boden. 
Andrew Brians. 
John Moor. 
William Moor. 
John Eglenton. 
Thomas Scott 



Samuel Filming. 
Samuel McClemons. 
Patrick Hamilton. 
Patrick Power, Jr. 
John Power. 
Robert McMulon. 
Thonias Hannaway. 
Abraham Sldwell. 
Philip Scott. 
Henry McCormack. 
Elisha Sidwell. 
Joshua Pugh. 
James Colvln. 
John Colvin. 
James Anderson. 
Abraham Richey. 
Samuel Erwin. 
Isaac Sheepherd. 
William Sheepherd. 
John Erwin. 
Francis Erwin. 
John Shepherd. 
William Shepherd. 
Stephen White. 



622 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Lwallen Perry. 
John Pugh. 
William Barret. 
Arthur Barret. 
Robert McMulon. 
Isaac Brown. 
John Winter. 
Daniel Wade. 
John Wade. 
Michael Handle. 
Robert Jackson. 
Thomas Wilson. 
Archibald Boyd. 
Quinton Anderson. 
Joseph Drennan. 
James Wilson. 
Samuel Dickey. 
Joseph Gatchel. 
Jess Hanaway. 
David Gatchel. 
Samuel Hutchison. 
James Harrison. 
William McCloskey. 



William Ewing. 
David Wharry. 
James Wharry. 
John Grieve. 
John Douglass. 
Robert Graham. 
James Smith. 
John Parks. 
William Rutherford. 
James McLaughlin. 
George Monrow. 
Matthew Teate. 
James Brown. 
Robert Thompson. 
John Huders. 
George Harrison. 
Richard Hamilton. 
Andrew Boyd. 
John Johnston. 
John Crawford. 
James Thomas. 
Moses Logan. 



NEW LONDON COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
John McKee. 

First Lieutenant. 
Lazarus Finney. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Dan'l Curry. 

Ensign. 
James Johnston. 



John Henderson. 
Hector Lemmon. 
Richard Donaldson. 



Privates. 

John Laird. 
William Steell. 
John Falton. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



523 



Isaac Mettaugh. 
David Scott. 
James Woodside. 
Robert Mountgomery. 
Archibald Wodside. 
James Todd. 
Alexander Johnston. 
Samuel McGregor. 
William Beaty. 
Daniel Nethery. 
Robert Nethery. 
George Hamelton. 
Robert Alexander. 
Thomas Turner. 
Abel Hodgson. 
William Read, 
ticorge Wilson. 
John Harly. 
Joseph Hutchison. 
Joseph Addams. 
James Falls. 
James Fulton. 
William Clealand. 
John Kean. 
Josiah Porterfleld. 
John McCracken. 
William Sheaf. 
Joseph Furey. 
Adam Glass. 
George Curry. 
James Hutchison. 
Robert Finney, sadler. 
Robert Story. 
Samuel Menaugh. 
David Woodside. 
Sharp Delany. 
Robert Finney. 
Moses Kean. 
John Moss. 
John Penock. 



George Keays. 
Patrick McQuede. 
James McCracken. 
William McDowel. 
Noogen Phillips. 
George Mltchel. 
David Deaney. 
David Hunter. 
William Cramble. 
Hugh Quay. 
William Woodside. 
James Reed. 
Matthew Scott. 
George Cambel. 
Thomas Donaldson. 
John Campbel. 
Edward Crooks. 
Samuel Lukess. 
Thomas Gllmore. 
James Hughs. 
John Donaldson. 
Thomas Campbel. 
John Waugh. 
James Wilson. 
James Allexander. 
Robert Boyd. 
Thomas Kean. 
John Scott. 
James Donaldson. 
John Smith. 
William Shearer. 
Thomas Scott. 
Matthew Rogers. 
John Gibson. 
Samuel Floyd. 
Robert Finey, Jr. 
Isaac McKee. 
Nicholas Shakle. 
Joseph Allison. 



524 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



LOWER OXFORD COMPANY, (a.) 



David Watt. 
John Watt. 
Nathaniel Paterson. 
James Neal. 
Thomas Ewing. 
Robert Henderson. 
John Walace. 
William Wilson. 
Matthew Kelley. 
Hendry Ewing. 
John Ewing. 
John McCamond. 
James Ewing, Sr. 
James Ewing, Jr. 
Moses Ewing. 
John HilHs. 
Robert Hilliss. 
John McMulon. 
John McElvain. 
James McCorkele. 
Curtis Midcuff. 
Robert Colvin, Sr. 
Robert Colvin, Jr. 
John Maxwell. 
Thomas Maxfield. 



Captain. 
David Hays. 

First Lieuten&nt. 

James Fulton. 

Second Lieutenant 

Arthur Andrew. 

Ensign. 

Andrew Lowrey. 

Privates. 



Robert Maxfield. 
James Bayliff. 
William Bayliff. 
John Bayliff. 
John Junkin. 
Matthew Taite. 
Samuel Martin. 
John Stockman. 
Walter Hood. 
Samuel Hood. 
Isaac Rogers. 
Jeremiah Simpson. 
William Lowrey. 
John Fulton. 
Archibald McKissack. 
William Johnston. 
James Dunn. 
Hugh Lennox. 
James McClean. 
Robert Thompson. 
James McDowl. 
William Carlisle. 
Robert Bunting. 
William Bunting. 
John Bunting. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



525 



Walter Bunting. 
Samuel Bunting. 
David Bunting. 
John Crawford. 
Allen Simpson. 
John Cooper. 
Thomas Cooper. 
Thomas Whiteside. 
Hugh Jackson. 
Alexander Anderson. 
Isaac McCol lough. 
Robert Barns. 
James Ballantine. 
George Nicolass. 
Thomas Mays. 
Phillip Donahy. 
John McCalaster. 
James Turner. 



William Senritt. 
Hugh Cooper. 
James Crow. 
David Watt, Sr. 
Thomas Watt. 
Robert Andrews. 
John Arnell. 
Robert Johnston. 
Robert Auld. 
Thomas Auld. 
James Kennady. 
James Smith, Sr. 
Joseph McCallaster. 
James Wilson. 
George Ballantine. 
John Gray. 
Alexander Ewing. 



LONDON BRITTAIN COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Samuel Evans. 

First Lieutenant. 
William Hoops. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Robert Montgomery. 

Ensign. 
Robert Curry. 



Robert Robinson. 
William Hutchingson. 
Jeremiah Robinson. 
James Peerry. 



Privates. 



John McClintock. 
William Commlns, Jr. 
Joseph Commons. 
William Whitcraft. 



526 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Jacob Whitcraft 
Joseph Allison. 
Rees Evans. 
William Hammond. 
Thomas Wiley. 
William Hutchison. 
Robert Rusel. 
Hugh Russel. 
Thomas Gubby. 
Matthew McGullion. 
John Care. 
Lawrance Dutch. 
James Kenady. 
David Harbison. 
William Carrell. 
Elijah McCrea. 
John Barrett. 
William Price. 
Matthew Wilkin. 
Michael Mountgomery. 
Richard Curry. 
Oliver McKinley. 
Elijah Commins. 
William Montgomery. 
Henry Smith. 
Benjamin Whiting. 
James Anderson. 
John Murphy. 
Joseph Hall. 
Alexander Morrison. 
James Morrison. 
Joseph Spear. 
Robert Mountgomery. 
Jphn Gegan. 
Jacob Jackson. 
Robert Curry. 
Alexander Brown. 
John Whan. 
Thomas Whan. 
James Hair. 
Robert Rusell. 
John Mountgomery. 
John Meklim. 



Robert Kenady. 
George Lessly. 
John Hon. 
James John. 
John Whiting. 
Ephraim Morison. 
Joseph Thompson. 
Andrew Dunsman. 
Ephraim Gil more. 
Alexander Allen. 
John Hair. 
Nathaniel McFaun. 
William McClintock. 
John Lemon. 
Robert Mountgomery. 
Joseph Morrison. 
Henry Gubby. 
John Kenedy. 
Hugh McFalls. 
William Mecklim. 
John Glispy. 
John Stephans. 
John Gess. 
Hugh Smith. 
Thomas Crawford. 
John Williams. 
William Hops. 
Moses Cochran. 
Charles Anderson. 
Olipher Russelt. 
James Whitcraft. 
William Ross. 
Thomas Burns. 
Jeremiah Starr. 
Patrick Clough. 
Edward Stett. 
Samuel Work. 
John Price. 
Robert Allen. 
John Commins. 
Robert Commins. 
Robert Scott. 
William Kenady. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



527 



CAPT BARKER'S MAY 24TH, 1779, RUTURN. (c.) 



Jas. Hood. 
Abner Dalby. 
Callib Baldwin. 
Jessy Evins. 
Jas. Reed. 

Ricard Downing, Jr. 
Samuel Baldwin. 
Isaac Webb. 
John Hoops. 
Thos. Downing, Ju'r. 
Benjaman Taller. 
John Valentine. 
Jonathan Parks. 
Absolam Valintine. 
Andrew Hall. 
Thos.' Downing (John). 
Adam Richards. 
Jonathan Valentine. 
Abial Parks. 
Joseph Downing. 
Samuel Hunt. 
Samuel Heyney. 
Able Freeman. 
Humpery Elles. 
Robert McCormlck. 
John McCormick. 



Jacob Hoofman. 
John Downing, Ju'r. 
Isaac McFarling. 
Jas. Webb. 
John Edg. 
Wm. Hide. 
Francis Tayler. 
Samuel Gaskin. 
Wm. Whittiker. 
Jas. Belfourd. 
Jas. Hemp (Dresser). 
Roson McGlachlin. 
Isaac Cudwalletter. 
Obid Lewis. 
Abraham Howsher. 
Valintine Coplin. 
Robert Davis. 
Wm. Franklin. 
David Gill. 
Roben Hall. 
George Greay. 
Justis Starrigon. 
Isaac Phips. 
Isaac Thos. 
Jacob Morgan. 



SECOND BATTALION, (a.) 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Thomas Bull, May 10, 1780. 



Major. 
Peter Hartman, May 10, 1780. 



528 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

A Return of Company Officers in the Second Battalion of the 
Chester County Militia, commanded by Colonel Thomas Bull 
for the year 1780. 

First company. 

Captain— Abraham Beaty, July 3, 1780. 
Lieutenant— Jacob Steel, July 3, 1780. 
Ensign— William Jenkins, July 3, 1780. 

Second company. 

Captain— Daniel Griffith, July 3, 1780. 
Lieutenant— Evan James, July 3, 1780. 
Ensign— Christopher Fulkes, July 3, 1780. 

Fourth compaijy. 

Captain— Benjajmin Brumback, July 3, 1780. 
Lieutenant— John Shull, July 3, 1780. 
Ensign— Henry Deem, July 3. 1780. 

Sixth company. 

Captain— Andrew Snyder, July 3, 1780. 
Lieutenant— Henry Hippie, July 3, 1780. 
Ensign— Daniel Shimer, July 3, 1780. 

Seventh company. 

Captain — James Barber, July 3. 1780. 
Lieutenant— Peter Falls, July 3. 1780. 
Ensign— Owen Jenkins, July 3, 1780. 

Eighth company. 

Captain— George Eyry, July 3, 1780. 
Ensign— Christopher Smith, July 3, 1780. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



529 



RETURN OF THE FIRST FOUR CLASSES OF THE SECOND 
BATTALION OF CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA, COM- 
MANDED BY COLN. THOS. BULL, WHO ARE ORDER 
OUT ON A TOUR OF DUTY, AUGUST 12TH, 1780. (c.) 



CAPTAIN BEATTY'S COM'Y. 



EASTNANTMEL. 



David High. 
William Starrat. 
John Spencer. 
Jacob High. 
John Howell. 



1st Class. 



Peter Cox. 
Jacob Murray. 
John Allaback. 
William Wiesner. 



2nd Class. 



Thomas Jenkin, Ju'r. 
Phineas Beerbower. 
John Vinance. 
John Robison. 
Frederick Howke. 



John Stoneback. 
Henry Heatherling. 
Adam Johnston. 
Joseph Philips. 
Samuel Hiddings. 



Adam Wampole. 
Heronimas Saylar. 
James Wynn. 
John Smith. 



3rd Class. 



Jacob Mock. 
John Gilmor. 
Hartman Cring. 
Adam Miller. 



Jacob Vinance. 
Timothy Spencer. 
James Fletcher. 



4th Class. 



John Woodrow. 
Mathias Fisher. 
John Karrel. 



34— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



530 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



CAPT. GRIFFITHS COMPY. (c.) 



Jacob Kergan. 
Nath'l Marshall. 
William Guest. 



Henry Foy. 
Jacob Vance, 
barnet Muckler. 
James Kelsey. 
Branson Vanleer. 



John Llgget. 
Thomas Kinney. 
Samue4 McKey. 
John Gaut. 
George Price. 
William Ervin. 



Samuel Evans. 
Isaiah Kirk. 
Michael Everhart. 
David McKey. 
Adam Peck. 



EASTNANTMEU 



Ist Class. 



William Starrat, Jun'r. 
Henry Maag. 



2nd Class. 



John Guest. 

Jacob Mock. 

Rich'd Templer, Jun'r. 

John Cummings. 



3rd Class. 



Thomas Morgan. 
Isaac Jones. 
Allen Jack. 
Charles Duulap. 
Jacob Smith. 
Ephraim Wayne. 



4th Class. 



John Loyd. 
John Dilrymple. 
Jacob Hayger. 
Joseph Barton. 



Jonathan Pugh. 
Thos. Gillhams. 
Martin Wolf. 
Henry Benner, Jr. 



CAPT. 



COVENTRY, (c.) 



1st Class. 



Samuel Rea. 
Laurence Garret. 
Abraham Willis. 
Jacob Bear. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



531 



2nd Class. 



Robt. Melhouse. 
Joel Meredith. 
Christopher Halderman. 
Joel Davis. 
John Acre. 



Jacob Dowenhour. 
Wm. Ridge. 
Alexd. Deafenderfer. 
Dan'l Pery. 
Jacob Root. 
John Sowder, Jn. 
John Stolenberger. 



Jacob Shingle. 
Phil Share. 
Daniel Rood. 
D*d Hellis. 
Jas. Englis. 



D'd Hopkins. 
Wm. Plane. 
Herman Benner. 
Dan'l Griffith. 



3rd Class. 



Conrade Snyder. 
George Croner. 
Wm. Hellis. 
Stephen Pearson. 
Jacob Rour. 
John Smith. 



4th Class. 



Tho's Hockley. 
Benj. Harris. 
Josep Griffith. 
Nicholas Pleeher. 
Irael Perterson. 



CAPT. BRUMBACK'S COM'Y. 



COVEINTRY. (c.) 



Ist Class. 



John Britan. 
David Grub. 
Philip Wyan. 



Peter Brower. 
Nicholas Keizer. 
Christopher Holderman. 
Daniel Grub. 
Henry Keelar. 



George Snyder. 
Henry Grub. 
Hugh Kerns. 



2nd Class. 



David Brooks. 
John Furnal. 
Isaac Miller. 
Jacob Rinehart. 




■~i 



532 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



3rd Class. 



Amos Richardson. 
Abraham Brower. 
John Bowman. 
John Baugh. 
Stephen Sink. 



Henry Himbleright. 
John Cole. 
Frederick Rinehart. 



Joseph Brooks. 
Abraham Slypher. 
Thomas Evans. 
John Brower. 



4th Class. 



Martin Rinehart. 
John Daymont. 
Jacob Grub (Weaver). 



CAPT. HALLMANS COMY. 



VINCENT, (c.) 



John Boards. 
Peter Defrain, Jun'r. 



Ist Class. 



Isaac Turner. 
Isaac Shunk. 



Jacob Hoofman. 
Ludwick Bower. 



2nd Class. 

Godfrey Grimble. 



Peter Boards. 
Peter Lavenberg. 



Henry Christman. 
Conrad Carll. 



3rd Class. 

Peter Stager. 

4th Class. 

Jacob Millinger. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



533 



CAPT. BARBERS COM'Y. 



VINCENT, (c.) 



1st Class. 



John Melchior. 
Conrad Sharra. 
John Dilling. 
Jacob Keiley. 
Joseph Davies. 

George Hersh. 
William Watkins. 
James John. 



Adam Rimmey. 
William Evans. 
Jacob Cover. 
Abraham Sharadan. 



2nd Class. 



Andrew Hick. 
Thomas Davies. 
Nicholas Miller. 



3rd Class. 



Jacob Ellis. 
Edward Keenan. 
Abraham Davies. 
Philip Benner. 

James Halfpenney. 
Jacob Smith. 
John McFarland. 
Joseph Bound. 
Jacob Miller. 
Thomas Hammer. 



Felix Christman. 
Edward Keiley. 
James Falls. 



4th Class. 



Benj'n Jenkins. 
Peter Hick. 
Thomas Meredith. 
William Johnston. 
Philip Miller. 
John Neal. 



CAPT. SNYDER'S COM'Y. 



PIKELAND. (c.) 



Stephen Hallman. 
Michael Esick. 



Ist Class. 



James Meredith. 
John Emry. 



534 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Jacob Ludwick. 
Charles Still. 



Jofan Meredith. 
Henry Urmy. 



George Christman. 
Conrod Herleman. 



2nd Class. 



Enoch Meredith. 
Adam Andrew. 



3rd Class. 



John Miller. 
Christopher Miller. 



4th Class. 



Abraham Turner, Jun'r. 
Edward Gray. 



CAPT. EYRIC'S COM'Y. 



PIKELAND. (c.) 



1st Class. 



Peter Young. 
Henry Rcckclbough. 
William IJghtfoot. 
John Hatton. 
Griffith John. 

Christopher Clouse. 
David Paul. 
John Jones. 



John March. 
Henry Swernar. 
James Hueston. 



Thomas Hynes. 
George Hench. 
John Cloward. 
Valentine Orner. 
David Boggs. 



Zacharia Rice. 
Peter Hench. 
Christian Rice. 
Thomas Francis. 



2nd Class. 



Jacob Sleer. 
Peter Swernar. 
John Kiem. 



3rd Class. 



Frederick Hippie. 
Thomas Allison. 
John Smith. 



4th Class. 



John Harley. 
John Hainegh. 
I^wrance Hippie. 
William Ilymes. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 535 



A RETURN OF COMPANY OFFICERS IN THE SECOND 
BATTALION OF THE CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA 
COMMANDED BY COLONEL THOMAS BULL FOR THE 
YEAR 1780. (c.) 



First Company. 

Captn. Abraham Beaty. Ensign William Jenkins. 

Lieut. Jacob Steel. 

Second Company. 

Captn. Dan Griffith. Ensign Christopher Fulkes. 

Lieut. Evan James. 

Third Company. 

Fourth Company. 

Capt. Benjamin Brumback Ensign Henry Deem. 
Lieut. John Shull. 

Fifth Company. 

Sixth Company. 

Capt. Andrew Snyder. Ensign Dan'l Shimer. 

Lieut. Henry Hippie. 

Seventh Company. 

Capt. James Barber. Owen Jenkins. 

Lieut. Peter Falls. 

Eighth Company. 

Capt. George Eyry. Ensign Christopher Smith. 

Lieut. 



I 



536 



ASSOCIATORS AKD MIUTIA. 



A RETURN OF THE LAST FOUR CLASSES IN THK SEC- 
OND BAITALION OF CHESTER COUNTY BUUTIA COM- 
MANDED BY LT. COl^ THOMAS BULL WHO ARE OR- 
DERED ON A TOUR OF DUTY IMMEDIATELY, SEPT. 
24TH. 1781. (c) 



l8t Compj. 

•Capt. Beatty. 
Tho«. I-oyd. 
Fredrick Rihard. 
Jacob Wiseberger. 
Martin Shelter. Jr 
Eitekiel Miller. 
Jacob High. Jr. 
John Hemphill, gone to sea. 
Jns. Henderson. 
Stephen Keem. 
Kzokiol Thomas. 
James Ruth. 
John Davis. 
Jaoob Hagar. 
Philip noyiT. 
Nicholas Huntor. 
David Robcris. 
John Liggett. 
James Templin. 

Mathew Love. Griffiths Compy. 
Willm. Brown. 
Powell Pierce, sickly. 
Henry Shaffer, Jun. 
John Dodson. 
James Hemphill. 
John Ritter. 



Willm. Vance. 
Thomas John. 
John I^wis. 
Willm. Griffith. 



2d Compy. 
Capt. Griffith. 



COUNTY OF CHBSTE» 



637 



John Knower. 

Jeremiah Evans. 

Jesse Evans. 

Thomas Templin. 

Mathew Love. 

John Cline. 

George Kiem. 

James Pugh. 

Gordon Dilrymple. 

George Beagle. 

Richard Templin. 

John McCord. 

Jacob Hoofman. 

Henry Mettz. 

Thomas Pickens. 

Jacob Wisebarger, Beattys Compy. 

I^wis Jenkins. 

Jacob Moses. 

George Neice. 

Jonathan Wynn. 

Henry Beckley. 

John Fertich. 

Samuel Hart. 

John Nice. 

John Horn. 

John Woodrow. 

Henry Cake. 

William Templin. 

Adam Dampman. 

John Roate. 

Edward Black. 

Thos. Delrymple. 



John Bear. 
Peter Mowrer. 
Willm. Batman. 
Jacob Thomas. 
George Leonard. 
Joseph Evans. 
John Allen, sick. 
Willm. Roads. 
Jacob Acre. 



3d Compy. 
Capt. Carrell. 



588 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Ru8 John. 
Philip Hoofacre. 
John Bngles. 
John Varly. 
David Rinehart. 
James Willies. 
Willm. Mills. 
Jesse Mills. 
George Shlnkle. 
Abraham Rife. 
John Brunner. 
Willm. Qallaher. 
John Crosson. 
John Snyder. 
Qeorge Bngles. 
Jacob Smith (mason). 
John Pugh. 
Jacob Holdermau. 
John Millhouse. 
Edmund Wells. 
Conrad Epler. 
Daniel Thomas. 
Isaac Thomas. 
Willm. Carrell. 
James Cloyd. 
John Roberts. 



4th Compy. 
Capt. Brumback. 



Coventry. 



Daniel Brown. 
Tobias Miller. • 
Valentine Miller. 
Henry Brower. 
John Rinehart. 
John Grubb. 
Benjn. Custard. 
Jacob Grubb. 
Daniel Brower, Sr. 
Samuel Rus. 
Philip Boyer. 
Conrod Grubb. 
Toast Smith. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



589 



Jacob Sink. 
Jacob Browar. 
John Mowra. 
Nicholas Loor. 
Philip Reffard. 
Peter Keller. 
BenJ'n Paul. 
Justus Linderman. 
Joseph Collier. 
Adam Leaver. 
Barney Hettinger. 
Bolser Monshower. 
George Deffrain. 
Peter Shunk. 



5th Compy. 

Capt. Hallman. 

Vincent. 
Nicholas Shaffenbarger. 
David Melchior. 
Mathias Crissol. 
Jonatn. Rogers. 
John Yeager. 
Henry Knerr. 
Jacob Layver. 
Peter Steffey. 

George Horn, Considered having served his tour. 
Daniel Pickard. 
Philip Steffey. 
Henry Hepler, march by s. 
Thomas Crapes. 
Petpr Baker. 

Saml. Ash, (To march with the insign). 
Peter Sypher. 
Nicholas Ijow. 
Jacob Mowra. 
Henry Roads. 
Jacob Acre. 
Henry Brumback. 
Yoast Smith. 
Elieasor Evans. 
Jacob Rikart. 
Simon Shunk, Jr. 



640 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Joseph Bvans. 

Thomas Broadhent, considered Being in ye 4 Class 

And'w Tauberman, taken up a Derserter. 

Willm. Himelright. 

Jacob Himelright. 

Jacob Stroavil. 

Henry Parlcer, Sargent in Capt. Brumback. 

Jacob Stayger. 

Henry Hippie. 

Jacob Laver. 

John Mowrer. 

6th Compy. 

Capt. Snyder. 

Pikeland. 
Henry Hippie. 
Chrisfr Taney. 

Bolser Ludowick, march by Sub. 
John Rogers. 
Valentine Ludowick. 
Nicholas Grubb. 
Conrod Shimer. 
Willm. Etchis. 
David Foard. 
Nicholas Snyder. 
Bostian Waggoner. 
Henry Lawbaugh, march by 8. 
John Walter. 
Willm. Walter. 
John Snyder. 
Casper Snyder. 
John Deck. 
Peter Waggoner. 
John Carl. 
Philip Saylor. 
Adam Ludowick. 
John Shoff. 
John Hallman. 
Saml. Hersh. 
Henry Derringer. 
John Smith. 
John Hoofman. 
Herman Burbrower. 
James Fitzimmons. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



641 



Valentine Smith. 

Jacob Slider. 

Jacob Moyer. 

Leonard Walter. 

George Emrey, considered having served in Lancaster Conotj. 



7th Compy. 

Capt. Barber. 

Vincent 
Christian Hick. 
Daneil Philips. 
Nicholas Mock. 
Henry Sharadan. 
Jonathan Thomas. 
Benjn. Everhart. 
Nicholas Halderman. 
John Shinholtz. 
Henry Houp. 
Willm. Regan. 
John Evans. 
Adam Rupert. 
John Evans. 
Adam Rupert. 
John Evans. 
Evan Evans. 
Henry Essex. 
Geo. Fitzimmons. 
Alex'r McClelster. 
Thomas Rees. 
Fredk. Brinholtz. 

James Cunningham, took up a disarter. 
Thos. Jenkins. 
Charles Coogler. 
Peter Moses. 
Jacob Morgan. 
Jacob Vodgas. 
Daniel Corker. 
Thomas Wilson. 
John Hampton. 
Owen Thomas. 
Mordlcai Davis. 
James Thomas. 
Samuel Hersh. 






542 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Casper Nicholas. 
Willm. Evans, Esq. 
William Melcbior. 
John Ralston. 
John Hallman. 
John Melchior, Jr. 
George Gapes. 
Bolser Mowra. 
John Ironson. 
Peter Timler. 
William Francis. 
John Grove. 
Bolser Esseck. 
David Jenkins, Junr. 



8th Compy. 

Capt. Eirey. 

Pikeland. 



Valentine Foos, march by sub. 

Robert Boggs. 

John Francis. 

Jacob Naylor. 

Rob't Rigg. 

Michael Hallman. 

James Griffiths. 

Leonard Smith. 

Philip King, march by sub. 

Jacob Smith. 

Peter Timler. 

Jesse Jones. 

Henry Moses. 

George Snyder. 

Joseph Jones. 

Thomas Hattoa. 

Peter Ashfeller. 

Jacob Hench. 

John Rice. 

Jacob Switzer. 

John Donofellzer. 

Jacob Hartman. 

Thomas Green. 

George Hornberger. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



643 



A RETURN OP THE 4 LAST CLASSES IN THE SECOND 
BATTALION OF CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA COMMAND- 
ED BY COL. THOMAS BULL WHO ARE ORDERED ON \ 
TOUR OP DUTY IMMEDIATELY, SEPT. 24, 1781. (c.) 



CAPT. BEATTY COMPY. 



Thomas Lloyd. 
Frederick Rekard. 
Jacob Wiseberger. 
Martin Shiller, Jr. 
Ezekiel Miller. 
Jacob High, Junr. 
John Hemphill. 
James Henderson. 
Stephen Keem. 
Ezekiel Thomas. 
James Ruth. 
John Davis. 
Jacob Hager. 



Philip Boyer. 
Nicholas Hunter. 
David Roberts. 
John Liggett. 
James Templin. 
Matthw. Love. 
Willm. Brown. 
Powel Pierce. 
Henry Sheaffer. 
John Dodson. 
James Hemphill. 
John Ryter. 



CAPT. GRIFFITHS COMPY. (c.) 



William Vance. 
Thomas John. 
John Lewis. 
William Griffith. 
John Knower. 
Jeremiah Evans. 
Jesse Evans. 
Thos. Templin. 
John Begle. 
Matthw. Love. 
John Cline. 
George Keim. 
James Pugh. 
Ralph Robinson. 
Gordon Dylrymple. 
George Beagle. 
Richd. Templin. 
John McCord. 
Jacob Hoofman. 



Henry Metz. 
Thomas Pickens. 
Jacob Wiseberger. 
Lewis Jenkins. 
Jacob Mosses. 
George Neice. 
Jonat Winn. 
Henry Beckly. 
John Fertick. 
Saml. Hart. 
John Neice. 
John Horn. 
John Woodrow. 
Henry Cake. 
William Templin. 
Adam Dampman. 
John Root. 
Edward Black. 
Thomas Delrymple. 



544 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



CAPT. CARRELLS COMPY. (c.) 



Saml. Wells. 
John Bear. 
Peter Mower. 
William Batman. 
Jacob Thomas. 
George Leonard. 
Joseph Evans. 
John Allen. 
William Roads. 
Jacob Aker. 
Rees John. 
Philip Hoofacre. 
John Engles. 
John Varley. 
David Rinehart 
James Willis. 
William Mills. 
Jesse Mills. 
George Shinkles. 



Abraham Rife. 
John Brummer. 
William Galaher. 
John Crosson. 
John Snider. 
George Engles. 
Jacob Smith (mason). 
Jacob Leevegood. 
John Pugh. 
Jacob Holderman. 
John Millhouse. 
Edmund Wells. 
Conrard Epler. 
Daniel Thomas. 
Isaac Thomas. 
William Carrol. 
James Cloyd. 
John Roberts. 



CAPT. BRUMBACKS COMPY. (c.) 



Daniel Brewer. 
Tobias Miller. 
Valentine Miller. 
Henry Brewer. 
John Rinhart. 
John Grubb. 
Benjn. Custard. 
Jacob Grubb. 
Danl. Brower. 
Samuel Rees. 
Philip Boyer. 
Conrad Grubb. 
Yost Smith. 
Jacob Sink. 



Jacob Brower. 
John Mowra. 
Nicholas Low. 
Philip Riffard. 
Peter Keller. 
Benjn. Paul. 
Justice Linderman. 
Joseph Collier. 
Adam leaver. 
Barney Kittinger. 
Balser Munshower. 
George Deffren. 
Peter Shunk. 



CAPT. HOLMANS COMPY. (c.) 



Nicholas Shofflnberger. 
David Melchior. 
Mathais Crissox. 



John Haws, Senr. 
Jcmathn. Rodgers. 
John Yeager. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



545 



Henry Knerr. 
Jacob Lawver. 
Peter Stiffey. 
George Horn. 
Danl. Pickard. 
Peter Shinholtz. 
Philip Stiffy. 
Henry Hepler. 
Thomas Crapes. 
Peter Baker. 
Saml. Ash. 
Peter Sypher. 
Nicholas Low. 
Jacob Mowra. 
Abraham Sypher. 
Henry Roads. 
Jacob Acre. 



William Rodgers. 
Henry Brumback. 
Yost Smith. 
Eliezor Evans. 
Jacob Rickart. 
Simon Shunk, Junr. 
Joseph Evans. 
Thomas Broadbent. 
Andw. Tarberman. 
William Himebright. 
Jacob Himebright. 
Jacob Strove!. 
Henry Parker. 
Jacob Stayger. 
Henry Hippie. 
Jacob Laver. 
John Mowra. 



CAPT. SNIDERS COMPY. (c.) 



Henry Hippie. 
Christian Teany. 
Bolser Lodowick. 
John Rodgers. 
Valentine Ludowick. 
Nicholas Grubb. 
Conrad Shimer. 
Wm. Etchis. 
David foard. 
Nicholas Snyder. 
Bastlan Waggoner. 
Henry Lawbaugh. 
John Walter. 
Wm. Walter. 
John Snyder. 
Casper Snyder. 
John Deek. 



Peter Waggoner. 
John Carrel. 
Philip Saylor. 
Adam Ladowick. 
John Shoff. 
John Hallman. 
Soml. Harsh. 
Henry Derrington. 
John Smith. 
John Hoofman. 
Harman Brower. 
James Fitzummons. 
Valentine Smith. 
Jacob Slider. 
Jacob Moyer. 
Leonard Walter. 
George Emry. 



CAPT. BARBER'S COMPY. (c.) 



Christian Hick. 
Daniel Philips. 

35— Vol. V— 5th Ser, 



Nicholas Mock. 
Henry SharadoQ. 



546 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Jonathan Thomas. 
Benjn. kverhart. 
CaEper Himes. 
Nicholas Holderman. 
John Shenholtz. 
Henry Hoop. 
Wm. Reagen. 
John Evans. 
Adam Rupart. 
. John Evans. 
Evan Evans. 
Henry Bzex. 
Geo. Fltzummons. 
Alexr. McClester. 
Thomas Rees. 
Frederick Brlnholts. 
James Cuningham. 
Thos. Jenlcins. 
Charles Cogle. 
Peter Mosses. 
Jacob Morgan. 
Jacob Vodges. 



Daniel Corker. 
Thomas Willson. 
John Hampton. 
Owen Thomas. 
Mordalcai Davis. 
James Thomas. 
Saml. Hersh. 
Ca£per Nicholas. 
William Evans, Esqr. 
Wm. Melchior. 
John Ralston. 
John Hollman. 
John Melchior, Junr. 
George Gapes. , 
Bolser Mowra. 
John Ironson. 
Peter Timler. 
William Francis. 
John Grove. 
Bolser Eseek. 
David Jenkin, Junr. 



CAPT. EYRES COMPY. 



Valentine Foos. 
Robert Hoggs. 
John Francis. 
Jacob Naylor. 
Robt. Rigg. 
Michael Holman. 
James Griffith. 
I^onard Smith. 
Philip King. 
Jacob Smith. 
Peter Timler. 
Jesse Jones. 



Henry Mosses. 
George Snyder. 
Joseph Jones. 
Thomas Hatton. 
Peter Ashfeller. 
Jacob Hinch. 
John Rice. 
Jacob Switzer. 
John Donofeltzer. 
Jacob Hartman. 
Thomas Green. 
George Hornbergar. 



CAPT. EVANS RETURN FOR THE FORE PART 1783. (C) 



Abraham Parker. 
Arther Cunningham. 
Aaron Allison. 



Benj. Evans. 
Conrod Acre, Ju'r. 
Con rod Acre. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



547 



Daniel Madden. 
Dennis Whelen. 
David Aspen. 
Evan Owen. 
George Wernen. 
John Scott. 
Jacob Righter. 
Jehu John. 
Jacob Williams. 
James McDonald. 
Isaac Cadwalader. 
Josiah Jackson. 
Joseph Harvout. 
John Bawl. 
James Wilson. 
John West. 
John Greogery. 
Joseph Bcaumount. 
John Owen. 
Josiah Phillips. 
Jonathan McVeigh. 
John Adams. 
Jobe Paker. 
James Paker. 
Jesse Jones. 
John Hatton. 
John Young. 
Jesse Stringfellow. 
Jonathan Phipps. 
John Martin. 
John Galaher. 



Joseph Atkins. 
Lot Evans. 
Mordica Evans. 
Nathan Thomas. 
Owen Thomas. 
Phillip Michal. 
Phillip Baker. 
Patrick McGlogan. 
Peter Smedley. 
Robert Miller. 
Reuben John. 
Robert Shurlick. 
Randel McDonnald. 
Rich'd Morris. 
Samuel Jones. 

Whelen. 

Thos. Thomas. 
Thos. Crosby. 
Thos. Thomaff. 
Thos. Williams. 
Wm. Atkins. 
Jnoth. Phipps. 
Wm. Lewis. 
Abijah Zohn. 
Wm. Harvont. 
Wm. Dilling. 
Wm. Turk. 
Peter Kimes. 
Francis Taylor. 
Isaac Evans. 



Sworn before me May 9th, 1783, to the above Return. 

ROBERT SMITH. 



CAPT. EVANS RETURN, 1783. (c.) 



Jacob Righter. 
Conrad Acre. 
Phillip Baker. 
Aaron Allison. 
Robert Miller. 



Benj. Evans. 
Thos. Crosby. 
Evan Owen. 
Jehu John. 
Jacub Williams. 



648 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Samuel Jones. 
James McDonald. 
Wm. Atkins. 
Isaac Cadwalader. 
Daniel Maddan. 
Jeslah Jackson. 
Tlios. Thomas. 
Jos. Hanrout. 
John Bowl. 
Robert Shurlick. 
James Wilson. 
George Wiemer. 
Townsend Whelen. 
Dennis Whelen. 
John West. 
Conrad Acre, Jun'r. 
John Greogery. 
Wm. Lewis. 
Joseph Beaumount. 
Handle McDonald. 
Patrick McGlogan. 
John Owen. 
Jesiah Phillips. 
Jona*n McVeigh. 
Wm. Harvout. 
Thos. Thomas. 
Mordica Evans. 
John Adams. 
Rubin John. 



Thomas Williams. 
Jobe Paker. 
James Paker. 
Jesse Jones. 
Wm. Dilling. 
John Hatton. 
Abia ^ohn. 
John Young. 
Owen Thomas. 
Jona'n Phipps. 
Lot Evans. 
Wm. Turk. 
David Aspin. 
Peter Smedly. 
John Martin. 
Abraham Parker. 
Richard Morris. 
Joseph Atkins. 
Phillip Mitchel. 
John Galagher. 
Jesse Stringfellow. 
James Benson. 
Hugh Lafferty. 
Junathan Jones. 
Joseph Aston (Deaf). 
Francis Taylor. 
Nathan Thomas. 
Frank Smith. 



SECOND BATTALION, (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
John Bartholomew. 

Major. 
Cromwell Pearce. 



Number of men, 73. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



549 



SECOND BATTALION, (a.) 



Colonel. 
Thomas Hockley. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
William Gibbons. 



William Scott. 
Andrew Boon. 
John Whelen. 
John Ralston. 



Captains. 



Peter Hartman. 
John Miller. 
William Porter. 
Edward Parker. 



560 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN JOHN HIESTBR COMPANY 
OF THE 1ST CLASS CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA REGI- 
MENT OP FOOT, IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED 
STATES COMMANDED BY JOHN HANNUM, COL. EN- 
TERED SERVICE 28TH JANY. 1777, STATIONED AT 
CHESTER IN THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, (c.) 



Oommlnloned. 



I. ^ I-l 
LI 
IK 



p Captain, John Heiater. 
' 'lieutenant. Chriaty Rice. 

Ueutenant. Jamea John, on furlow. 

Ensign, Athoii Btone. 



No. 



Serjeanta. 



Appointed. 



Remarka. 



Thoa. Soel 

Conrod Shlmor. 



Corpora la. 

WnUam Berler, 

John Lcmmon. 

Drum. & Flfer. 

Geo. Hartmen 

Piter Hanch 



Jan'y 28, 
Jan'y 2U. 



Jan'y. 



Jan'y 28. 
Jan'y 28. 



Enlisted. 

Robert Huston, ; Jan'y 2S. 

Oeorg. Snider, i Jan'y 28. 

Abem Sypher Jan'y 28. 

Philip Lows Jan'y 2S, .. 

Methew Canihlln, ' Jan'y 28. 

Philip Tlinflli;r. Jan'y 28. 

Jacob KlnK, i Jan'y 2S. 

Fred. Smith Jan'y 2S. 

Christy Clause | July 1. 

Lenard IMvtrd. July I. 



Chester, July 11th. 1777. Mustered then Captain Joan 
Heister Company as specified in the above Roll. 

LODK. SPROGELL, M. M. O. of P. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 
PROOF OF THE EFFECTIVES. 



551 





5 


J 


• 


i 


1 


6 
2 

Q 




>• 


Present 


1 


1 
1 


1 


1 
1 

2 


2 


1 


1 


9 


Absent 


1 














Total 


1 


2 


1 


2 


1 


1 


10 







I do swear, that the within muster-roll is a true state of the 
Company, without fraud to the United States or to any In- 
dividual, according to the best of my knowledge. 
Sworn before me, this 11th day of July, 1777. 

JOHN HEISTER. 
JNO. HANNUM, 

Coll. Comdt. 



"THIRD BATTALION." (a.) 



Colonel. 
Caleb Davis, com. May 17, 1777. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Benjamin Brannon, com. May 17, 1777. 

Major. 
Sketchley Morton, com. May 17, 1777. 

Adjutant. 
John Mitchell, com. June 12, 1777. 

Quarter Master. 
Harvey Lewis, com. June 12, 1777. 



562 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Fifth company. 

Captain— William Maddock, com. May 12, 1777. 
First Lieutenant— Nathaniel Sharpless, com. May 12, 177'. 
Second Lieutenant— Robert Lindsay, com. May 12, 1777. 
Ensign- Joseph Smith, com. May 12, 1777. 

First company. 

Captain— William Price, com. May 14. 1777. 
First Lieutenant— John Price, com. May 14, 1777. 
Second Lieutenant— George Pearson, com. May 14, 1777. 
Ensign— Thomas Price, com. May 14, 1777. 

Second company. 

Captain— Jacob Rudolph, com. May 14, 1777. 
First Lieutenant — Jesse Bonsall, com. May 14, 1777. 
Second Lieutenant— Samuel Ash, com. May 14, 1777. 
Ensign— Benjamin Paschal, com. May 14, 1777. 

Third company. 

Captain— Boas Matthews, com. May 14, 1777. 

Fourth company. 
Captain— William Brookes, com. May 14, 1777. 

Fifth company. 

Captain— Nicholas Deihle, com. May 14, 1777. 

First Lieutenant — Lewis Trimble, com. May 14, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant— John Quandril. com. May 14. 1777. 

Sixth company. 

Captain— Thomas Lewis, com. May 14, 1777. 
First Lieutenant— Jo^eph Lownes, com. May 14, 1777. 
Second Lieutenant -William Levis, com. May 14, 1777. 
Ensign-John Levis, com. May 14, 1777. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



553 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN DAVID COWPLANDS COM- 
PANY OF THE FIRST CLASS 1ST C. C. MILITIA IN THE 
SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES COMMANDED BY 
COLONEL JOHN HANNUM STATIONED AT CHESTER IN 
THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA AND ENTERED THE 
SERVICE 18TH OF JUNE. 1777. (c.) 



(Captain, David Cowpland. 
Lieut.. Daniel McCay, 
Lieut. Joshua Varnom, ab 
y sent. 
(^ EnslKn. 



] 



Entered servis June 18, 1777. 



Serjeants. 



Appointed. 



RemarkB. 



1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
7 
S 
9 
IP , 

11 i 

12 I 

13 ' 
14 
15 
16 , 
17 
IS 
19 
20 



John Watson 

William Robenson, 

John Little. 

Archibald Shanks 

Corporals. 

John Lock. 

Beryn Notter 

Rlch'd Herrlngton 

Wm. Llnsey 

Drum. & Fife. 
Daniel Etter 



Privates. 

Henry Mlers 

Wm. Miller, 

David Thomas 

Jacob Warrick 

Brice Miller. 

John Logan, 

Cornelus Lerry, 

And'w Llnt«ey, 

John Martin. 

Wm. McDonald, 

Charles Llnsey. 

James McCalln 

Thos. Kerregon 

John Stlley, 

James Ray 

Sam'l Allon, 

James McMlchl. 

James Andreson 

Michal Linstrangc, 

Samuel M'Conen 

Wm. I.,nmbert, 

Georpr- Speer, 

Wm. Kennoclcy 

Wm. Anderson 

Caleb Plen-p. 

Charles Finly, 

Robert McCoy 

Corn^'his Oalnhar 

Mlchaol MlnRham. 

Samuel Harris. 



18 June 


Comand. 


24 

18 June 


Present. 
Sick 


U 

June 24 

29 


on Command. 

Present. 
Present. 


28 


Comm'd. 


24. 

June 24 

Enlisted. 

Entered 

June 24 


Comm'd. 

Present. 
Present. 


24 


Present. 


18 




18 


Sick. 


18 


Sick. 


24. 

19 


Comm'd. 


21 


Sick. 


27. 
27. 
27. 
27 


Sick. 


27. 
18, 
27. 
24 


Command. 


24. 

18 

27. 

27 


Deserted. 
Present. 


18. 
27 


Present. 


27 


Present. 


23 


Sick. 


27. 

18 


Furlow 


22 


Present. 


24 


Present 


July 8 


Present. 







b54 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Chester, July 11th, 1777. Mustered then CapUia David 
Cowpland Company, as specified in the above roll. 

LODK. SPROGBLx., M. M. G. of P. 

PROOF OF THE EFFEC FIVES. 



c 


i 


I 


1 


a 


i 


h 



Pren 

Alwcnt 


1 


Total 


1 



I do swear, that the within mustei-roll is a true state of the 
Company, without fraud to the United States or to any In- 
dividual, according to the best of my knowledge. 
Sworn before the this 11th Day of July, 1777. 
JNO. HANNUM, Col. Commd. 

DAVID COWPLAND. Capt. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN JOHN RAMSAYS COMPANY 
OF THE 1ST CLASS OF CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA IN 
THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, COMMANDED 
BY COL. JOHN HANNUM, ENTERED THE SERVICE THK 
18TH JUNE, 1777. (c.) 



Coiunilpsionr'il 



Captain. John Ramsay. 
Lieutenant. Matthew Wiley. 
Lieutenant. Alexander Walker. 
Ensign, Jas. Johnson. 



No 



Serjtmnts. 



John Taylor , 

John Crosby. 
.Saml. Smith. 
Patrick Allexander, 

Coriwrals. 
Wm. More, 
Wm. Bamber. 
Robt. Col V In. 
Danl. Sweney. 



Ai>i)ointed. 



Remarks. 



on furlow. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



555 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN JOHN RAMSAYS COMPANY.- 
Continued. 



Nt 


Serjeants. 


Appointed. 


Remarks. 




Drum & Fife. 








Charles Anderson 


18th June. 
Enlisted. 






Privates. 




1. 


Isack Menough 


entered June 18. 




«>_ 


Hugh Gilbralth 




on Command. 


3. 


Wm. Whitcraft 




abst. without leave. 


4. 


Wm. Oiniland. 






5. 


Jas. Woods ide. 






6. 


Sannl. Ix)ve 




on furlow. 


7. 


Saml. McNeal. 






8. 


John Pinkerton, 




on furlow. 


9. 


Wm. Bums. 






10. 
11. 


John Logue. 
Wm. Anderson. 






12. 


John Ross. 






13. 


Robt. McMuUen. 






14. 


John TJnn. 






15. 


Mattw Swan. 






16. 


Wm. Bealey. 






17. 


Edward McAtee. 






18. 


Jas. O'Muilan. 






10. 


Andrew Br>'an. 






20. 


Chrlstlpher Andovor. 






21. 


John I^rd. 






22. 


Wm. lAwn-y. 






23. 


Goorge Mctiuade. 






24. 


Jas. Harrison. 






2.'). 


Joroniia Hob**rt«on. 






2«>. 


Andrpw f'rouwln. 






27. 


Saml. ('loniencc. 






28. 


Robt. Young. 






29. 


Hugh St p wart. 






30. 


John Hall 




on Furlow. 


31 


Andw. Evlt, 


on Furlow. 


32. 


John Burk 


on Furlow. 


33. 


Jas. Perry. 






34. 


Danl. McT.,oan. 






3.-. 


John (Jess. 






36. 


John Mc<'Iontork 




on Comand. 


37. 


M>'>8cs Currcy 




on furlow. 




" 







Chester, July 11th. Mustered then Captain John Ramseya 
Company, as specified in the above Roll. 

LODK. SPROGELL. M. M. of P. 



556 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 
PROOF OP THE EFFECTIVES. 



! 


i 


I 


i 


1 




1 



Pretfent 


1 , 


2 





3 

1 


4 


1 




28 


Absent 1 . . . 


9 






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,. 

2 












Total 


4 


4 


1 




37 




1 





I do swear that the within Muster-Roll is a true state of the 
Company, without fraud to the United States or to any In- 
dividual, according to the best of my Knowledge. 

Sworn before me this eleventh day of July, 1777. 

JOHN RAMSAY, Capt. 

JNO. HANNUM, Col. Comdt. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



557 



MUSTER-ROLL OF CAPTAIN EDWARD SIMONSONS COM- 
PANY OF TJIE 1ST CLASS OF C. COUNTY MILITIA REGI- 
MENT OF FOOT, IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED 
STATES, COMMANDED BY COLONEL JOHN HANNUM. 
STATIONED AT CHESTER IN THE STATE OF PENN- 
SYLVANIA AND ENTERED THE SERVICE JUNE 24TH. 
1777. (c.) 



Commiasloned. • 



Captain, Edward SImonson, 

Lileut. 

Lieut. 

EnBlgn. 



Entered the Service June 
U, 1777. 



Sergeants. 



1 David Ramsey, 



Corporals. 
Robt. Jameson 



Drum. & Fife. 
James Mote, Flfer 



Privates. Enlisted. 

Wm. Chamberllan Entred 

James Broomer, June 2Ath, 1777. 

Sam'l Russel, June 24th, 1777, 

Jaa. Hannum, ...* June 24th, 1777, 

Charles McCray June 24th, 1777, 

William Boyde. June a4th. 1777, 

Thos. Davis ' June 24th, 1777, 

Jas. McGlaughlin , 

Jaa. Martin July Ist 

William Mate, July 10th 



Appointed. 



June 24th, 



June 24th. 



June 24th. 



I 



Remarlcs. 



present. 



present. 



present. 

present. 

present. 

oh Furlow. 

present. 

present. 

present. 

present. 

present. 

present. 



Chester, July 11th, 1777. Mustered then Captain Edward 
Simonson's Company, as specified in the above Roll. 

LODK. SPROGELL. M. M. 0. of P. 

PROOF OF THE EFFECTIVES. 



Present, 
Absent, .. 

Total 





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M 


K 








3 


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C 


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p 


4/ 


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1 




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658 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



I do swear, that the within Muster-Roll is a true state of the 
Company, without fraud to the United States or to any In- 
dividual, according to the best of my knowledge. 

Sworn before me this 11th day of July, 1777. 

JNO. HANNUM. EDWARD SIMONSON. 



THIRD BATTALION, (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
John Hannum, May 10, 1780. 

Major. 

William Harvey, May 10, 1780. 

A List of all the Officers chosen in the different Companys of 
Colonel John Hannum's Battalion of Chester County Militia, 
1780. 



First company. 

Captain — Thomas Carpenter. 
TJeutenant — Jesse Morgan. 
Ensign — James Lewis. 



West Bradford. 



Second company. 

Captain— Joseph Mendenhall. 

Ueutenant— William Chaimberlain. |. Pennsbery. 

Ensign— John Frodd. 



Third company. 

Captain— William Whitesides. ^ 
Lieuteant— Thomas Allen. 

Fourth company. 

Captain — Edward Slmonson. 
Lieutenant— George Hannu. 
Ensign— Edward Brinton. 



New Garden. 



Burminham. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



559 



Fifth company. 

Captain — Peter Strode. 
Lieutenant — David Harris. 
Ensign — Jesse Scott. 

Sixth company. 

Captain — John Craig. 
Lieutenant— Thomas Wiley. 
Ensign— Joseph Craig. 

Seventh company. 

Captain — Joseph Luckey. 
Lieutenant— Solomon Hayes. 
Ensign — Jesse Bentley. 



East Bradford. 



Kennett. 



New Lynn. 



THOMAS CHEYNEY. 
THOMAS LEVIS. 

Sub-Lieutenants, C. C. 



LIST OF THE NAMES OF THE KENNETT COMPY. OF 
MALITIA. CAPT. JOHN CRAIGE. OF COL. HANNUM'S 
BATTALION, (c.) 



First Class. 



John Symonds. 
John Warner. 
Jonathan Swain. 
Joshua Pierson. 
Jesse Cloud. 
James Curie. 
James Mullan. 
Jacob Taylor. 

William Levis. 
William Gregg. 
William Miller. 
William Brown. 



John Swaine. 
Jesse Coxx. 
James Maxfield. 
Joshua Wiley. 
Joseph Daver. 
Caleb Gallaher. 
Caieb Wiley. 



Second Class. 



David Watt. 
Daniel Hackett. 
Dutch John. 
Francis Swaine. 



560 



ASSOCIAIORS AND MILITIA. 



Frederick Feltz. 
Robert Brown, Jr. 
Robert Lamborn. 



Samuel Levis. 
Spence Chandler. 
William Mansfield. 



Third Class. 



Nathan Johnson. 
Thomas Carlton. 
Sollomon Gregg. 
Enoch Dixon. 
Enoch Passmore. 
William Passmore. 
Thomas Webb. 



Caleb Way. 
Caleb Taylor. 
Andrew Shively. 
Andrew Shively, Jur. 
Amos Dixon. 
Abraham Taylor. 
Allen Wiley. 



Samuel Hasland. 
Evan Phillips. 
William Welch. 
James Chamberline. 
Daniel McHugh. 
John Williams. 
Joseph Brown. 



Fourth Class. 



Mathew Doyle. 
George Passmore. 
George Macon. 
George Hambleton. 
William Heckman. 
William Goss. 
William Kearns. 



William Calvert. 
Joseph Shippin. 
William Craige. 
James McMichael. 
James Harland. 
David Brown. 
Henry Woodward. 

James Walters. 
Roljert Cooper. 
John Mansfield. 
Joseph Bufllngton. 
John Dunbar. 
Jacob Holingsworth. 
John Marshall. 



Fifth Class. 

Charles Finley. 

John Starr. 

Jonathan Dutton. 

John Morrow. 

John Dougherty (weaver it 

Carlton's). 
Jacob Craige. 
Sixth Class. 

Jesse Miller. 
Jesse Mendinhall. 
Joseph Springer. 
Joseph Walters, Jun. 
Isaac Gregg. 
Isaac Chandler. 
James Cannon. 



Abrahm. Darlington. 
Joshua Pierson. 



Seventh Class. 



Benjn. McKewn. 
William Demsey. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



561 



Nicholas Pyle. 
Robert Booth. 
Robert Coxx. 
Cheny Jefferies. 
William Pyle. 



William ,Wiley. 

Daniel Webb. 

Caleb Miller. 

Doctor Story at D. BrowDs. 

Patrick McCanDOD. 



Eighth Class. 



Levy Woodrow. 

Thomas Yearsly. 

Hugh Christy. 

Joshua Harlan (Miller). 

Joshua Harlan (Labourer). 

James Abford. 

John Abford. 

Kennett, July 1, 1780. 
For JNO. CRAIG, Capt. 



Jacob Kenny. 
Abner Holingsworth. 
Ezeklel Webb. 
Nathaniel Walters. 
Thomas Starr. 
Mentor Purdy. 
Robert Booth. 



THOS. WILEY, Lt. 



A RETURN OF THE MALE WHITE INHABITANCB IN 
CAPT. HUGH JONES COMPANY OF THE THIRD BAT. 
OF CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA COMMANDED BY LT. 
COL. CALEB DAVIS, (c.) 



1st Class. 



William Murry. 
Ja.s. Camron. 
Thos. Maxwell. 
Richard Fawkes. 
Jas. Lewis. 
John Hunter. 
Nathen Field. 



William Solkill. 
Thomas Thos. 
Saml. Celly. 
Ezra Thomas. 
William Heece. 



John Krim. 
Charles McClaskey. 
Jacob Danely. 
Thos. Leech. 
Peter Garret. 
Jas. Hawes. 



2d Class. 



Sith Worrall. 
Mordecai Morris. 
Evan Lewis. 
Danl. Worrall. 



36— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



662 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Dayid Dunn. 
John Fawks. 
Nathan Worrall. 
Isaac Far. 



3d Class. 



Abner Moore. 
Moses Matson. 
Thomas Thomas. 
Josua Pennell. 



Azarlah Lewis. 
Eward. Hunter. 
Davd. Thomas. 



4th Class. 



Philip Moore. 
Thos. Espy. 
Jesse Goodwin. 



5th Class. 



Petar Norbery. 
John Baldwin. 
Jacob Bare. 
Simon Meredith. 
Neel Murrey. 
James Greag. 
James Worrall. 



Jonathan Thos. 
James Gorman. 
William Lewis. 
Joseph Hood. 
James Jones. 
George Dunn. 
Willm. Hazelwood. 



6th Class. 



William Favor. 
Isaac Reece. 
David Maris. 
Robert Cunningham. 
Jacob Thomas. 
David Elllxander. 



Mordecai Taylor. 
John Hopes. 
John Hall. 
Joseph Lawrence. 
Reece Garret 
George NewIIn. 
John Shilling. 



Giddion Dunn. 
John Free. 
David Pratt. 
Amose Hond. 
Jonathan Morris, 



Dr. 



7th Class. 



Thos. More. 
Jeremia Jarman. 
John Culln. 
Andrew Wilson. 
Didimus I^wis. 
Charles Baly. 
Philip Thomas. 



George Battan. 
Daniel Ryan. 
James Espy. 



8th Class. 



Benjamin Worrall. 
John Ryan. 
Enoch Gorman. 



John Williamson. 
John Morrall. 
Edward Baly. 
Bnos. Worrall. 
Isaac Burns. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 

Levis Maris. 
Aaron Worrall. 
William Burns. 
William Mager. 



B63 



August ye 12, 1780. 

Chester, ss: 
Sworn before, 



JOHN QUIN, Lieut. 



THOS. LEVIS, S. L. C. C. 



Marching Men. 

1st Class. 

James Camron. 
Thos. Maxwell. 

Jas. Lewis. 
Jacob Danely. 

2nd Class. 
Daniel Worrall. 

4th Class. 
David Thomas. 



A LIST OF CHP:STER COMPANY FOR THE YEAR 1780. (c.) 



John Jacklon. 
Jacob Warrick. 
John Hogan. 
Thos. Weaver. 
James Baggs. 



Captain. 
Edward Vernon. 

Lieutenant. 

James Denning. 

1st Class. 



John Caldwell. 
John McMichael. 
Geo.- Forthyth. 
Able Martin. 



564 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 
2d Class. 



Raper HoskiDs. 
John Stephenson. 
James Beaty. 
James Burns. 
Thos. Biggart. 



William Klrlln. 
Charles Lindsay. 
Richd. Poole. 
Joseph Wilker. 
Thos. Pedrlck. 



3rd Class. 



Caleb Cobourn. 
Edward Menshall. 
Michael Kelly. 
David Cowpland. 
Joseph Pyle. 
Charles Lynn. 



Benjamin Hance. 
David Hackett. 
James Buskett. 
Wm. I^mbert. 
Joel Willis. 



John Shaw. 
John Skanlin. 
Tristram Smith. 
Timothy Bullock. 
David Thomas. 



4th Class. 



Joseph Marlow. 
Joseph James. 
Griffith Owers. 
John McCan. 
Wm. L. Blair Esqr. 



Cornelius Gallaher. 
Edward Carter. 
John Niedy. 
Joseph Brinton. 



5th Class 



Andrew Baggs. 
John Shater. 
Abram Sincock. 
Miehael Minzham. 



Peter Salkield. 
Zedekiah Grahame. 
Jacob Dingee. 



6th Class. 



James Hogan. 
John Young. 
Jesse Beekerton. 



7th Class. 



Henry Hale Graham. 
Abner Coppock. 
Martin Carter. 
John Campble. 
Thos. Sharpless. 



Jeptha Lightfoot. 
Saml. Torrents. 
Geo. Ashbridgo. 
Joseph Aston. 
Fredk. Engle. 



^^^^■1 M^ ^Hl ■ im ^^^^^m 



Henry Kimes. 
Daniel Carter. 
Adam Taylor. 
James Rowen. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 

8th Class. 

Andw. Mcllvain. 
James Mathias. 
Thos. Hinson. 
Geo. Kirlin. 



565 



Edward Vernon Affirmed that the within Roll was a Just & 
true Return of the male persons within the militia Law to 
the best of his knowledege for the year 1780. 

THOS. LEVIS L. L. C. C. 



CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA— 1780. (a.) 



Third Battalion, Chester County Militia, Commanded by Lieu- 
tenant Colonel John Hannum — 1780 



FIRST COMPANY— WEST BRADFORD. 

Captain. 

Thomas Carpenter. 



Privates. 



John Ford. 
Isaac Buffington. 
Jermin Davis. 
John Shaw. 
Jonathan McCarty. 
Joseph Woodward. 
William Wilson. 
Mallanah Effinger. 
Archibald Young. 
John Kennedy. 
James Sheward. 
William Man. 
Walter Aikins. 
William Skeen. 
David Marshall. 
Evan Chalfant. 



John Johnson. 
William Griffith. 
Denis McPyle. 
Samuel Durnall. 
Thomas Johnson. 
Samuel Cummings. 
Daniel Leonard. 
John Griffith. 
John Hifleld. 
David Chalfant. 
Benjamin Williams. 
Levi Jones. 
George Currey. 
John Young. 
Joseph Gheen. 
William Nunen. 



566 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



John Carter. 
William Wain. 
Benjamin Miller. 
Nun Ingland. 



Richard Milison. 
John Fadis. 
John Welsh. 
William Adkins. 



SECOND COMPANY— PBNNSBURY. 



Captain. 
Joseph Mendenhall. 

Privates. 



William Stanley. 
William Lovegrow. 
George Meaden. 
Joshua Newberry. 
John Rowles. 
Conrod Selsus. 
Phillip Selsus. 
James Broomhall. 
Joathan Goss. 
John Hawk. 



John Brinton. 
George Brown. 
Noah Mendenhall. 
David Dutton. 
William Logan. 
Isaac Taylor. 
Peter Harvey. 
John Nlcklin. 
George Selsus. 
John Bowles. 



THIRD COMPANY— NEW GARDEN. 



Captain. 
William Whltesides. 



Privates. 



Hugh Christy. 
Edmond Dougherty. 
John Fitzsimons. 
James McCleland. 
Levi Johnson. 
Thomas Agnew. 



Alexander McEntlre. 
Samuel Miller. 
James Hall. 
George Sharp. 
Joseph Miller. Jun'r. 
Matthew Taylor. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



5S7 



Robert Martin. 
Isaac Miller. 
James Emlin. 
Timothy Collens. 
Roger McVay. 
Alexander McMonigal. 



Thomas Ewart. 
James Allen. 
William Barnes. 
James Miller. 
David Frame. 
Thomas Allen. 



FOURTH COMPANY— BIRMINGHAM. 



Samuel Russell. 
Robert Frame. 
Thomas Davis. 
Thomas Bullock. 
James Mote. 
Israel Gilpin. 
Isaac Mote. 
Peter Murray. 
John Mote. 
Robert McAlhos. 
Thomas Hannum. 
Francis Harbeson. 
William Simonson. 
Christian Starlce. 



Captain. 

Edward Simonson. 

Privates. 



Joseph Guest. 
Thomas Darlington. 
John Cunningham. 
Patrick Kogen. 
Thomas Frame. 
James Marshall. 
Jacob Mote. 
John Patton. 
Joseph Logan. 
Thomas Hope. 
James Dilworth. 
Job Mercer. 
James McMasters. 
Emmon Porter. 



FIFTH COMPANY— EAST BRADFORD. 



Benjamin Powell. 
Persifor Powell. 



Captain. 

Peter Strode. 

Privates. 



Nathaniel Jeffries, Jun'r. 
Peter Ingram. 



668 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Peter McDanlel. 
Abraham Johnson. 
John Parry. 
Richard Strode. 
Benjamin Leonard. 
Jonathan Strode. 
William Olles. 
Samuel Way. 



Joseph Underwood. 
Jesse Talkenton. 
John Dilworth. 
James Hopkins. 
Nathaniel Jefferis, Sen'r. 
John Underwood. 
Michael Tusick. 
George Thomas. 



SIXTH COMPANY— KENNBTT. 



John Simonds. 
James Maxfleld. 
Frederick Feltz. 
James McMichael. 
Jacob Craig. 



Captain. 

John Craige. 

Privates. 



Joseph Bufflngton. 
Joshua Pierson. 
Hugh Christy. 
James Alford. 
John McFarlan. 



SEVENTH COMPANY— NEWLIN. 



William Smith. 
James Connor. 
Nicholas Moore. 
Paschall Davis. 
William Hanna. 
Isaac McCarty. 
Amos Nickolls. 
William Nickolls. 
John Chalfant. 



Captain. 
Joseph Luckey. 



Privates. 



James Shields. 
James Nickolls. 
Barney Diveny. 
Joseph Hayes. 
John Liggett. 
John Cunningham. 
David Pierce. 
Enoch Hayea. 
John Quigley. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



569 



Jonathan Chalfant. 
William Park. 
Andrew McGuire. 
George Gallagher. 
Alexander Grimes. 



Jesse Chalfant. 
James Quaintance. 
Edward Devenny. 
Robert Chalfant. 



CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA— 1781. (a.) 



Third Battalion, Chester County Militia, Commanded by Lieu- 
tenant Colonel John Hannum — 1781. 



FIRST COMPANY— WEST BRADFORD. 



Isaac Buffington. 
Jerman Davis. 
James Chalfant. 
John Shaw. 
Jonathan McCarty. 
Joseph Woodward. 
William Wilson. 
Mallakiah Effenger. 
Archibald Young. 
John Kennedy. 
William Man. 
Walter Aikens. 
Andrew Ferroll. 
Evan Chalfant. 
John Johnson 
William Griffith. 
Thomas Williams. 



Captain. 
Thomas Carpenter. 

Privates. 



Samuel Durnall. 
Thomas Johnson. 
Samuel Cummings. 
Thomas Liggett. 
John Hifield. 
David Chalfant. 
Benjamin Wiliams. 
Levi Jones. 
William McCoole. 
Richard Strode. 
Abram Miller. 
William Wall. 
Richard Millison. 
John Fadis. - 
John Welsh. 
W^m. Adkins. 



570 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



SECOND COMPANY— PENNSBURY. 



William Stanley. 
Joseph Martin. 
Joseph Logan. 
George Madden. 
James McCorkle. 
Joshua Newbury. 
John Howies. 
Thomas Broomall. 
Jonathan Goss. 
George Madin. 
John Graves. 
Caleb Sail. 
David Hunter. 
Edward Evans. 
John Brinton. 



Captain. 
Joseph Mendenhall. 

Privates. 



Peter Plankinton. 

Noah Mendenhall. 

Thomas Hoops. 

Patrick McCannon. 

David Dutton. 

Voltantine HoUingsworth. 

William Logan. 

Isaac Taylor. 

Joseph Taylor, Jun'r. 

Peter Harvey. 

Eli Eavinson. 

John Graves. 

William Hague. 

George Selsus. 

James Martin. 



THIRD COMPANY— NEW GARDEN. 

Captain. 
William Whitesides. 



Privates. 



John Cashier. 
John Proctor. 
Edmund Dogherty. 
William Person. 
Terrence Lynch. 
Isaac Barnes. 
John Carr. 
John Fitzslmmons. 



James Elliot. 
James White. 
Daniel Fullerton. 
Isaac Taylor. 
William Hammond. 
Levi Johnson. 
David Hannaway. 
Thomas Agnew. 



H^B 


m 





COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



571 



James Patterson. 
Samuel Miller. 
Thomas Calvert. 
Thomas Moor. 
James Hall. 
William Reed. 
John McConahy. 
John Bale. 
Joseph Scarlett 
George Sharp. 
Joseph Miller. Jun*r. 
Henry Keys. 
Benjamin Marshall. 
Alexander Mclutire. 
Jacob Pyle. 
Timothy Collins. 



Roger McVea. 
Alexander McMounagel. 
Thomas Ewert. 
James Allen. 
William Bams. 
John Barrett. 
David Frame. 
Jacob Sharpless. 
Thomas Allen. 
Anthony Chamless. 
Moses Logan. 
John Reed. 
John Armstrong. 
John Digons. 
William Tinsley. 
Henry Shuler. 



FOURTH COMPANY— BIRMINGHAM. 



Robert Frame. 
Thomas Davis. 
William Chapman. 
James Hannum. 
Thomas Bullock. 
Israel Gilpin.. 
Ellas Ring. 
James Pyle. 
Peter McMurry. 
Thomas Conner. 
Richard Davis. 
James Ix)gan. 
Joseph Brinton. 
Richard Allen. 
James Haim."** 
James Marshall. 
Joseph Dilworth. 
Robert Mcllhoes. 



Captain. 
Edward Simonson. 

Privates. 

Thomas Smith. 
Francis Harbison. 
John Thatcher, Sen'r. 
William Dunwoody. 
John Russell. 
William Harvey. 
Josepl» Hetherton. 
Peter McDaniel. 
Christian Starkey. 
Robert Chamberlain. 
Hugh Murphy. 
George DUiPvorth. 
Job Mercer. 
Amos Porter. 
James Dilworth. 
Thomas Smart. 
Owen at Sales. 



572 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



FIFTH COMPANY— EAST BRADFORD. 



Captain. 
Peter Strode. 



Priyates. 



Benjamin Powell. 
Griffith Roberts. 
Charles Wollerton. 
Marmaduke Wivel. 
George Seeds. 
John Slack. 
Abel Poak. 
William Jefferls. 
Peter Ingram. 
Nathan Gheen. 
Abraham Johnson. 
Simon Kerns. 
John Perry. 
Benjamin Fen. 
Emar Jefferis, Jun'r. 
Michael Loligan. 
James Hopkins. 
David Gray. 
James Hans. 



Benjamin Leonard. 
Daniel Grimes. 
Joseph Wollerton. 
Jonathan Strode. 
Benanuel Ogden. 
Samuel Way. 
Isaac Taylor. 
Joseph Underwood, Jun'r. 
Jesse Scott. 
Joseph Underwood. 
John Dilwortb. 
Samuel Hart. 
William Underwooo. 
Michael Cusack. 
Isaac Ring. 
Phillip Sheppard. 
John Carter, Jr. 
David Harris. 
John McCartney. 



SIXTH COMPANY— KENNETT. 



Captain. 
John Craig. 



Privates. 



James Mullen. 
James Maxfield. 
David Watt. 
Caleb Way. 
Andrew Shivery. 



Andrew Shivery, Jun'r. 
William Craig. " 
Jacob Craig. 
James McMichael. 
Henry Woodward. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



573 



Joseph Walter, Jun'r. 
Isaac Gregg: 
Isaac Chandler. 
Benjamin McKewen. 
William Dimsey. 
Thomas Yearsley. 
Benjamin Comley. 
Joseph Craig. 



Thomas Alcock. 
'Benjamin Cull if er. 
William Deniston. 
Samuel Taylor. 
Thomas Miller. 
William Hutchinson. 
Hugh Cristy. 



SEVENTH COMPANY— NEWUN. 

Captain. 
Joseph Luckie. 



John Cashedy. 
Joseph Smith. 
William Smith. 
James Conner. 
William Nickols. 
Eli King. 
James Shields. 
Joseph Hays. 
John Liggott. 
David Peirce. 
Enoch Hayes. 
John Quigley. 
Jonathan Chalfant. 



Privates. 



Nicholas Moor. 
William Hanna. 
Isaac McCartey. 
Amos Nickols. 
William Park. 
James Quaintance. 
George Speakman. 
iCobert Chalfant. 
Thomas Wilson. 
William Archer. 
Robert Bentley. 
Robert Young. 



574 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA— 1782. (a.) 



THIRD BATTAUON OF CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA, 
COMMANDED BY LIEUT. COLONEL JOHN H ANNUM— 
1782, IN ACTIVE SERVICE. 



FIRST COMPANY— WEST BRADFORD. 

Captain. 
Thomas Carpenter. 



Privates. 



John Ford. 
Isaac Bufflnjeton. 
Jerman Davrs. 
James Chalfant. 
Jonathan McCartney. 
Robert Woodward. 
Joseph Woodward. 
William Wilson. 
David Marshall. 
Evan Chalfant. 
William Griffith. 
Tho's Williams. 
Samuel Durnal. 
Thomas Johnson. 
Sam'l Cummlngs. 
Leath Ingram. 
Thomas Liggett. 
John Hifleld. 
Marshall Battin. 
Benjamin Williams. 
I^vy Jones. 
John Young. 
Richard Strode. 
Joshua Marshall. 
John Fadis. 



Malachla Effenger. 
James Morrison. 
Archibald Young. 
John Kennedy. 
William Man. 
Walter Aikens. 
Jo.seph Martin. 
Andrew Ferrol. 
John Welsh. 
Joseph Woodward. 
Thomas Beaumont. 
David Lillcy. 
Neal Cooney. 
Isaac Shaw. 
Aaron Scoggin. 
Isaac Marshall. 
James Stewart. 
Joseph Underwood. 
Daniel Kenney. 
William Osborn. 
Nun England. 
Abraham Scott. 
David Wothershell. 
Enoch Buffington. 
James McMath. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



575 



SECOND COMPANY— PENNSBURY. 



Captain. 
Jos. Mendenhall. 

Privates. 



William Stanley. 
Joseph Logan. 
George Madden. 
James McCorkle. 
Joshua Newberry. 
Tho's Broomhall. 
Jonathan Goss. 
John Graves. 
Peter Planltenhorn. 
Noah Mendenhall. 
Thomas Hoops. 
Patrick McCannon. 
David Dutton. 
William Logan. 
Joseph Taylor, Sen'r. 



BenJ'n Temple. 
William White, Jun'r. 
Stephen Webb. 
Jos. Taylor, Jun'r. 
Benj'n Walker. 
Peter Harvey. 
John Nicklin. 
William Hague. 
George Selsus. 
David Brown. 
Brice Delap. 
Ezeiel White. 
Jacob Cenne. 
Thomas Wilson. 



THIRD COMPANY— NEW GARDEN. 



Captain. 
Wm. Whitesides. 



Privates. 



John Cashier. 
John Proctor. 
Edmond Dougherty. 
William Person. 
Isaac Barns. 
Jn'o Fitzsimons. 
Daniel Fullerton. 
William Hammond. 
Levi Johnson. 



James Patterson. 
Samuel Miller. 
Thomas Moor. 
James Hall. 
Joseph Miller, Jun'r. 
Henry Keys. 
Alex'r Mclntire. 
Jacob Pyle. 
Roger McVay. 



576 



ASSOCJATORS AND MILITIA. 



Alexander McMonigal. 
Thomas Ewart. 
James Allen. 
William Barns. 
John Barr. 
Jacob Sharpless. 
Thom&s Allen. 
Anthony Chamless. 
William Tinsley. 
Henry Shuler. 
John Kerr. 
Thomas Miller. 
James McMicken. 
Thomas Yearsley. 
Jacob Harvey. 
Thomas Bryan. 



John Finney. 
David Williamson. 
Elisha Mellan. 
Thomas Mellan. 
Thomas Finley. 
Joseph Baldwin. 
Joshua Person. 
William Kerns. 
Thomas Wayne. 
David Gilleland. 
Wm. McDowei. 
Robert Booth. 
Ruben Allen. 
James Miller. 
John Miller. 



FOURTH COMPANY— BIRMINGHAM. 



Robert Frame. 
Thomas Davis. 
Thomas Bullock. 
Philip Halliard. 
Israel Gilpin. 
James Pyle. 
John Thatcher, Jun'r. 
William Boyd. 
Peter McMurray. 
Nathan Nield. 
Thomas Connor. 
Richard Davis. 
James Logan. 
Jn'o Cunningham. 
Joseph Brinton. 
Richard Allen. 
Thomas Frame. 
James Marshall. 
Aaron Cottle. 



Captain. 
Edw'd Simonson. 

Privates. 

William Chapman. 
James Hannum. 
William Smith. 
Charles Dilworth. 
Robert McAlhos. 
Thomas Smith. 
Fra's Harbison. 
James Smith. 
William Harvey. 
Peter McDaniel. 
Christian Starkey. 
Rob't Chamberlain. 
George Dilworth. 
Job Mercer. 
Amos Porter. 
James Dilworth. 
Gideon Pratt. 
Thomas Smart. 
Benj'n JameH. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



577 



FIFTH COMPANY— EAST BRADFORD. 



Captain. 
Peter Strode. 
Note. — Strode died and no return. 



SIXTH COMPANY— KENNETT. 



Captain. 
John Craig. 



Privates. 



John Warner. 
James Mullen. 
James Maxwell. 
David Watt. 
John Crossman. 
Francis Swayne, Jun'r. 
Spence Chandler. 
Thomas McDaniel. 
David Miller. 
John Williams. 
Caleb Way. 
Andrew Shivery. 
James Dixon. 
William Huehison. 
Hugh Christey. 
Andrew Shivery, Jun'r. 
Jacob Craig. 
William Calvert. 
Joseph Walter, Jun'r. 
Benj'n McKewn. 
William Dimsey. 
Robert Boothe. 

37— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



Caleb Gallagher. 
Caleb Wiley. 
Stephen Maloney. 
Benj'n Comely. 
Joseph Craig. 
William Craig. 
John Hollingsworth. 
Henry Woodward. 
Benj'n Cullipher. 
Curtis Langley. 
Samuel Taylor. 
John McHoney. 
George Symonds. 
Casper Israel. 
John Barrett. 
John Symonds. 
Henry McGlll. 
John Niebin. 
Joseph Finch. 
John Harris. 
James Chamberlain. 



578 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



SEVENTH COMPANY— NBWUN. 



John Cashedy. 
Joseph Smith. 
William Smith. 
Samuel Bailey. 
James Connor. 
Nicholas Moore. 
George Gothrop. 
William Hanna. 
Isaac McCarty. 
Amos Nickolls. 
William Nickolls. 
Eli King. 
James Shields. 
Wm. Park. 
James Quaintance. 
George Speakman. 
Robert Chalfant. 
George Rodiback. 
Thomas Willson. 



Captain. 
Joseph Luckey. 

Privates. 



Robert Young. 
William McCoy. 
William Allen. 
Joseph Hayes. 
Joseph Grist 
John Liggett. 
John Brannan. 
David Pierce. 
Wm. Wickersham. 
Enoch Hayes. 
John Quigley. 
Jona'n Chalfant. 
Joshua Pierce. 
William Archer. 
Isaac Hayes. 
Gravenor Bailey. 
Thomas Harlon. 
Robert Bentley. 



RETURN OF THE MALE WHITE INHABITANTS CAPA- 
BLE OF BEARING ARMS IN CHESTER COMPANY WITH 
REPORT OF SUCH AS WERE ABSENT ON COMPANY & 
FIELD DAY FILLSEARSON, 1783. (c.) 



John Shelley. 
Ezekl. Wilson. 
Anthy. Sumption. 
John Button. 
BenJ. Ford. 
Joseph Walker. 
Jacob Hews. 



Henry Myers. 
John Burns. 
Thos. IresoD. 
John Smith. Jr. 
Powell Clayton. 
John Hannings. 
Joseph Waggoner. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



579 



Francis Townsend. 
David Phillips. 
Andw. Kizer. 
baml. Carpenter. 
Joseph Roads. 
Abm. Savile. 
James Shelley. 
Wm. Shelley. 
John Lindsey. 
Geo. Kizer. 
Wm. Rosell. 
Wm. CransoD. 
Mordia Thomson. 
Wm. Burns. 
John Taurence. 
John Couborn. 
Richd. Reiley. 
Wm. Ford. 
Joseph Pennell. 
Isaac Dutton. 
Amos Ireland. 
Sam'l Eagelson. 
Benjn. Johnston. 
David Johnston. 
Josh. Cobourn. 
Isaac Falley. 
Jacob Ford. 
Zach. Zerrick. 
Saml. Boyd. 
Enoch Savile. 
Thos. Edwards. 
Wm. Booth. 
Richd. Marron. 
Thos. Thomson. 
Robt. Savile. 
Mich. Calwell. 

I certify that the 
of my knowledge. 



N. B.— I certify 
Compy. and Nich. 
the Compy. & Field 



Wm. Lindsey. 
Kinsm. Dutton. 
Jacob Burns. 
Jacob Coburn. 
Wm. Goodwin. 
John Hager. 
Joseph Townsend. 
Daniel Brown. 
Wm. McFatridge. 
Wm. Foster. 
Sam'l Price. 
Jacob Herbenger. 
Thos. Wallace. 
John Kerlin. 
John Talbott. 
Joseph Asken, Jr. 
Job. Cloud. 
Sam'l Trimble. 
Sam'l Walker. 
John McCoy. 
Charles Bugle. 
Isaac Pennell. 
Nathan Pennell. 
Charles Dingee. 
Jacob Sumption. 
Joseph Burns. 
Joseph Smith. 
Wm. Talley. 
Thos. Squibb. 
Sam'l Crawford. 
John Rice. 
Henry Robeson. 
David Bunting. 
Jacob Shomaker. 
Alexr. Mills. 

within Return is Just and true to the Best 

Witness my hand, 

JAS. HOUSTON, Cap't. 
that Edward Richard, Liate of Ashton 
Callwell of Medelton Company attended 
Day with me. 

JAS. HUSTON. 



680 



AS80CIAT0RS AND MIUTIA. 



WEST BRADFORD COMPANY, (c.) 



John Ford. 
Isaac Bufflngton. 
Jerinan Davis. 
James Chalfent. 
John Shaw. 
Robert Leach. 
James Porter. 

Joseph Woodward. 
Wm. Wilson. 
Mallaciah Efflnger. 
John Lynn. 
John Anderson. 
Robert Anderson. 
Abraham Marshall. 

Archibald Yung. . 
John Kenneday. 
James Shuart. 
Wm. Man. 
Wolter Aikins. 
Wm. Skeen. 
Joseph Marten. 



Captain. 

Thos. Carpenter. 

Lieutenant 

Jesse Morgan. 

Ensign. 
James Lewis. 
Class ye Ist 



Jonathan McCarty. 
Jonathan Lewis. 
Joseph Lenord. 
Joseph Finch. 
Wm. Woodward. 
Paul Kester. 



2nd Class. 



Caleb Marshall. 
Joel Baylay. 
Wm. Cooper. 
Wm. Ingland. 
Moses Marshall. 
Robert Carter. 



3d Class. 



Andrew Farrell. 
David Marshall. 
Stephen Harlen. 
Samel Marshall. 
Wm. Woodward. 
Jacob Marshall. 
Evan Chalfent. 



John Johnson. 
Wm. Griffith. 



4th Class. 



Dennis McPyle. 
John Man. 






COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



681 



Caleb Marter. 
Jonathan Buffington. 
Calvan Cooper. 
James Woodward. 
Thos. Williams. 



Samuel Durnell. 
Samuel Clayton. 
Thos. Johnson. 
David Bale. 
Henry Her. 



5th Class. 



Thos. Tayler. 
Joseph Thornbury. 
Sam Cummings. 
Leath Ingram. 
Thos. Uget 
Garret Gruson. 
Olover Spence. 



John Greffeth. 
John Hilfield. 
Barney Mcauley.? 
John Shugars. 
Curtis Buffington. 
Joseph Bale. 
David Chalfent. 



John Marshall. 
Jonathan Sellrs. 
Richard Woodward. 
Jesse Cane. 
Dan Lenord. 
James Kemble. 



6th Class. 



Marshall Batten. 

David Lewis. 

Joseph Hawley. 

James Woodward (weaver). 

James Gibson. 

Ben. Williams. 

Levy Jones. 



7th Class. 



George Curry. 
John Yung. 
Josh Clayton. 
Jessee Buffington. 
Wm. McCoole. 
Richard Strode. 
Wm. Carpenter. 



Joseph Gheen. 
Abraham Miller. 
Abraham Pyle. 
Thos. Worth. 
John Kester. 
Wm. Nunan. . 
John Carter. 



8th Class. 



Wm. Wall. 
Ben. Miller. 
Nun Ingland. 
Richard Meleson. 
John Fades. 
John Welch. 
Wm. Adkens. 



Wm. Osborn. 

Thos. Wiley. 

Wm. Dowdle. 

Joseph Woodward (weaver). 

John Woodward. 

Paul Kester. 

Enoch Gaschall. 



682 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



RETURN 6f PBNNSBURY COMPY. CAPTAIN JOS. MEN 
DENHALL. (c.) 



John Tayler. 
William Stouley. 
Isaac James. 
Joseph MartalD. 
Thomas Martaln. 
William Lovegrove. 



George Maden. 
James McCockle. 
Joshua Newbury. 
John O'Danal. 
John Rols. 
Conrad Solsir. 



John Hook. 
Joseph Summers. 
Joseph Hutton. 
George Robinson. 



No. L 



Abraham Pinnock. 
Vol. Finger. 
George Wilkey. 
Dan. Dolun. 
Joseph Temple. 



No. 2. 



Philip Solsir. 
John Wilson. 
Titus Bennet. 
Thomas Broomhall. 
Jonathan Goss. 



No. 3. 



James Taylor. 
James McGee. 
Benj. Fred. 
Amos Geforace. 



No. 4. 



Joseph Brinton. 
James Bennet. 
John Brinton. 
George Brown. 
Peter Kaukinton. 
Henry Collins. 



Moses Mendinhall. 
Caleb Mendinhall. 
Thomas Mendinhall. 
Noah Mendinhall. 
Isaac Mendinhall. 
Aran Mendinhall. 



No. 5. 



Joseph Chanler. 
Robert Chalfen. 
David Dutten. 
Thomas Finley. 
Arthur Grimes. 
Jacob Heald. 



Jesse Harry. 
Vollindine Hollingworth. 
Absolum Harry. 
Benjamin Harry. 
William Logun. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



688 



No. 6. 



Isaac Taylor. 
Joseph Taylor, Sr. 
John Toans. 
John Taylor. 
Joseph Taylor, Jun'r. 
Benjamin Temple. 



James Harry. 
Thomas Harry. 
Nathan Harry. 
Peter Harry. 
Amos Harry. 
Thos. Knight. 



William Temple. 
William White. 
Steven Webb. 
Joseph Way. 
Jacob Way. 
Benjamin Walker.. 



No. 7. 



John Nicklin. 
Joshua Pierce. 
Isaac Pierce. 
Titus Harry. 
Joseph Stroud. 
Adam Seeds. 



No. 8. 



John Graves. 
William Golaher. 
Isaac Heald. 
John Hook. 
William Hague. 
Joshua Marshal. 



Thomas Miller. 
William Brinton. 
Moses Brinton. 
George Solslr. 
John Bowls. 
James Harlan. 



ASTOR MUSTER ROLE, (c.) 



Captain. 

Caleb Pierce. 

Lieutenant. 

John McMinn. 

Ensign. 

Samuel Witherow. 

Privates. 



James Barnard. 
Richard Dutton. 



Samuel Evans. 
Edward Grissle. 



584 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Robert Hall. 
Norrls Jones. 
Abram Sharpies. 
Joseph Lindsey. 
James McMinn. 
Aron Matson. 
Levi Matson. 
Nehemla Matson. 
Wm. Peters. 
Jacob Pyle. 
Joseph Plnnell. 
Jacob Peterson. 
Jno. Rattwo. 
James Thompson. 
James Twaddle. 
David Waddle. 
Jno. Qrifflth. 
Peter King. 
George Mills. 
James Morrison. 
Jno. Matson. 
Wm. M'Celwe. 
Duncan McMalen. 
Joseph Noblet. 
Jno. Pyke. 
Jno. Smith. 
Alexr. Caldwell. 
Elisha Grissle. 



Jos^h Grissle. 
Wm. McCarty. 
Benjn. Martin. 
Wm. Pyke. 
Joshua Vaughan. 
Edward Richards. 
Wm. Haslewood. 
James Tompson. 
Wm. Peirce. 
Samuel Crosby. 
Wm. Hoskins. 
Samuel Smith. 
Thos. Marshal. 
Joseph Hall. 
Ham Pyke: 
Sam'l McMinn. 
Nathan Esry. 
Richard Jones. 
David Carney. 
Andrew 01win.(?) 
Samuel Black. 
Wm. Roberts. 
James Marshal. 
Edward Owen. 
Richard Woodward. 
Wm. Noblet. 
Wm. Caldwell. 



COL. JOHN HANNUMS BATALION, CHESTER COUNTY 
MILITIA. THOS. CHENEY SUB-LIEUT. (c.) 



First Company. 

Captain. 
Edward Simonston. 



Lieutenant. 
Ephraim Russel. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



685 



2d Lieutenant. 
Thomas Moore. 

Ensign. 
William Chamberlain. 



1st Class. 



William Mason. 
Samuel Russel. 
Robert Frame. 
Nathan Yarnal. 
Thomas Bullock. 
George living at Yamals. 



James Hannums. 
Joseph Davis. 
William Chapman. 
Thomas Davis. 
Gideon Gilpin. 



Philip Hallard. 
Robert Green. 
James Pyle. 
Joseph Sharpless. 
Samuel Boyd. 
William Boyd. 

John Chamberlain. 
Joseph Martin. 
George Brinton. 
Edward Brinton. 
Samuel Crosley. 
John Neil. 

Charles Dilworth. 
James Dilworth. 
Thomas Griffoth. 
Thomas Frame. 
James Marshal. 
Joseph Dilworth. 

Robert McAlhoes. 
James Hannum. 
Thomas Smith. 
William Fletcher. 
Evan Evans. 
Jofioph Johnson. 



2d Class. 



William London. 
Isaac Mote. 
Peter McMurray. 
William Brinton. 
Thos. b'. Johannes. 



3d Class. 



Thomas Marshal. 
Thomas Hall. 
William Dilworth. 
John Martin. 
David May. 



4th Class 



John Parry. 
Jacob Griffoth. 
Robert McCormick. 
Josoph Brown. 
Aaron Coddle. 



5th Class. 



Elias Neil. 
Jesse Green. 
Josoph Strode. 
George Strode. 
John Hollingsworth. 



586 



ASSOCIATORS AND lilUTIA. 



6th Class. 



Thomas Hannum. 
Francis Harbison. 
William Royde. 
Benjamin Davis.* 
John Thatcher. 
Joseph Thatcher. 

John Abrahams. 
Kathanael Ring. 
William Porter. 
John Mlddleton. 
James Taylor. 
John Bale. 

Benjamin Ring. 
George Moor, Junior. 
David Penny. 
Amos House. 
Peter McDonald. 
John Fred. 



Edward Darlington. 
William Harvey. 
James Smith. 
William Simonston. 
James McGlochlln. 



7th Class. 



Samuel Painter. 
John Mote. 
Benjamin McDonald. 
Christian Storkey. 
Robert Chamberlain. 



8th Class. 



George Martin. 
Josop Pargyson. 
James Hughs. 
Charles McCrea. 
Simon Christian. 



SECOND COMPANY— EAST BRADFORD. 



Captain. 
John Underwood. 

First Lieutenant. 
Joseph Robinson. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Zacheus Davis. 

Ensign. 
Emanuel Ogden. 



Samuel White. 
John Mathers. 
Michael Colgan. 



1st Class. 

Thomas Bay mount. 
Isaac Taylor. 
Isaac Ryan. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



687 



David Ramsey. 
Peter Ingram. 
George Rhoads 
Jeses Talkinton. 



James Jefferys. 
William Wall. 
George Stringfellow. 
Samuel Cope. 



2d Class. 



Abiah Taylor. 
Nathan Cope. 
James Few. 
Samuel Cope. 
Benjamin Hawley. 
Enoch Gray. 
William Mercer. 
William Isler. 



Thomas Gibbons. 
James Robinson. 
John Marshall. 
Titus Atley. 
Joseph Finch. 
Jesse Jefferys. 
Philip Shepherd. 
Cornelius Leary. 



John Woolaston. 
Thomas Speakman. 
Abel Otley. 
Gideon Mellon. 
William Taylor. 
Griffeth Roberts. 
Spikeman Schor (f ). 



3d Class. 



Pelrce Power. 
Ellas Stroud. 
George Carter. 
George Seads. 
Joseph Hause. 
Joseph Painter. 
James Underwood. 
John Glasknow. 



4th Class. 



William Underwood. 
Thomas Grey. 
James Grey. 
William Hoops. 
Thomas Williams. 
Joseph Temple. 
Thomas Davis. 



Zacheus Davis. 
Josoph Leonard. 
Elias Mead Jun. 
Samuel Huston. 
William Jefferys. 
Abiah Hoops. 
John Parson. 
Samuel Parson. 



Ebenezer Worth. 
George Simcock. 
James Simcock. 
Nathaniel Jefferys. 
Richard Jones. 
Richard Stroud. 
Nathan Jeffrys. 



5th Class. 



Samuel Stringfellow. 
David Bale. 
James Hopkins. 
James Jefferys. 
Daniel Kenny. 
Joseph Underwood. 
John Simkins. 



688 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



6th Class. 



William Stephens. 
Richard Stroud Jun. 
Nathan Sharpless. 
Bphralm Bogue. 
Absolom Bogue. 
Benjamin Pew. 
Samael Cummins. 

George Faucet. 
Benjamin Powel. 
Jacob Darlington. 
John Chandler. 
Jeee Cook. 

Nathanael Woodward. 
David Qrey. 
Samuel Ceams. 



Samuel Antrikin. 
Thomas Darlington. 
William Townsend. 
Amos Davis. 
Abraham Taylor. 
John Taylor. 
Amos Jefferys. 



Caleb Hawley. 
Gilbert Bradley. 
James Johnson. 
Joseph Townsend. 
John Richardson. 
Thomas Temple. 



7th Class. 



Henry Faucit 
John Linn. 
Samuel Carter. 
John Carter. 
Samuel Painter. 
James Painter. 
Alexander Steel. 



8th Class. 



Francis Towtisend. 
George Dunnevan. 
Joseph Cope. 
Joseph Bufflnglon. 
John Darlington. 
William Speakman. 
John Dilworth. 



A LIST OF THE MEAL WHITE INHABITANTS OF THE 
TOWNSHIP OF CONCORD AND BETHEL BETWEEN THE 
AGE OF 18 AND 53 YEARS, (c.) 



Joseph Morrison. 
Samuel Farah. 
Samuel Yamel. 
Stephen Mendinhall. 
Wm. Trimble. 
Joseph Yarnel. 
John Burnitt. 
John Barlow. 
Abner Rodgers. 



Thos. Beaker. 
Robert Burnitt. 
George Bail. 
Thos. Hatton. 
John Walter. 
John Read. 
Thos. Chaton. 
Isac Larkin. 
Wm. Dennis. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



689 



Th08. McMin. 
Isac Armint. 
John Ford. 
Charles Crosley. 
John Myer. 
Robert Booth. 
John Monigan. 
John Shraples. 
Elias Burnet. 
Robert Steel. 
Henry Dely. 
Joseph Newlin. 
Joseph Palmer. 
Thos. Smith. 
James Hatton. 
Moses Palmer. 
John Green. 
Joseph Jameson. 
Nickles Newlin. 
Henry Burnet. 
Philip Sulser. 
Daniel Green. 
John Haws. 
Thos. Newlin. 
Samuel Myer. 
Parker Askew. 
Petter Hatton. 
Wm. Hannum. 
Thos. Newlin, Jr. 
Ashir Palmer. 
John Bulluck. 
Daniel Sulivan. 
Sam'l Steel. 
Wm. Baldwin. 
David Baldwin. 



Joseph Larkin. 
John Peirce. 
Joseph Hatton. 
Benjn. Mendenhall. 
Benjn. Pyle. 
Thos. Howel. 
Thos. Marshal. 
John Folk. 
Isaac Ford. 
John Booth. 
Nathl. Walter. 
Mical Hugan. 
George McAll. 
Wm. Barnett. 
Joseph Sal kin. 
Petter Yarnel. 
John Reader. 
Alexr. Vincent. 
Wm. McDonal. 
Isaac Williams. 
Thos. Milson. 
Josha Cloud. 
Henry Myer, Jr. 
Barnard Gilpen. 
John Hunter. 
Dinnis Monney. 
Sam'l Chopman. 
Sam'l Crosley. 
John Hilley. 
John Bowers. 
Joseph Currey. 
George Davis. 
Sam'l Mendenhall. 
Peter Wade. 
Wm. Folk. 



590 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA 
THIRD BATTALION. (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
George Pierce. 

Major. 
Edward Vernon. 

Number of men, 510. 



THIRD BATTALION. (a.) 



John Hart. 
Thomas Lewis. 
Nicholas Diehl. 



Colonel. 
Hugh Lloyd. 

Captains. 

George Pierce. 
Nathaniel Vernon. 
John Crosby. 



CAPTAIN JAMES McDOWELL'S COMPANY. 



Muster Roll of Capt. James McDowell's Company of Militia of 
the Fourth iiattallon of Crester County, Commanded by Col 
Montgomery, September 14, 1776. (a.) 



Captain. 
James McDowell, July 12. 1776. 

Lieutenants. 

James Turner, July 12, 1776. 
David Hayes, July 12, 1771. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 691 



Ensign. 
Abraham Smith. July 12, 1776. 

Sergeants. 

Charles Ramsey, July 12, 1776. 
John Wallace, July 12, 1776. 
Ezeklel Hopkins, July 12, 1776. 
John Arnell, July 12, 1776. 

Drummer. 
Neal Crossen, July 12. 1776. 

Privates. 

David Watt, July 12, 1776. 
Andrew Lowrey, July 12, 1776. 
Arthur Andrew, July 12, 1776. 
Alexander Walker, July 12, 1776. 
David Jackson, July 12, 1776. 
Henry Ewing, Sr., July 12, 1776. 
Henry Ewing, Jr., July 12, 1776. 
Henry Hagen. July 12, 1776. 
John Walker. July 12. 1776. 
John Patton, July 12, 1776. 
John Somerville. July 12, 1776. 
James Andrews, July 12, 1776. 
John McCallister, July 12, 1776. 
Joseph McCallister, July 12. 1776. 
Joseph Smith. Jr., July 12. 17776. 
Isaac McCullough, July 12, 1776. 
John Robinson, July 12, 1776. 
William Ewing, July 12, 1776. 
James Wilson. July 12. 1778. 
John Bunlin, July 12, 1776. 
James Freeburn, July 12, 17776. 
James Auld, July 12. 1776. 
James Donaughey, July 12. 1776. 
Nathaniel Walker, July 12. 1776. 
Robert Henderson, July 12, 1776. 
Robert Auld, July 12, 1776. 
Robert Hogg, July 12, 1776. 
Solomon Coventry, July 12, 1776. 
Thomas Mease, July 12, 1776. 



692 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

William Edmiston, July 12. 1776. 
William Law, July 12, 1776. 
Robert Smith, July 12, 1776. 
William Carlisle, July 12, 1776. 
William Wallace, July 12, 1776. 
Joseph Murdock, July 12, 1776. 
David Edmiston, July 12, 1776. 
James Ewing, July 24, 1776. 
John McCalmont, July 24, 1776. 
Robert Maxwell, July 24, 1776. 
Joseph Smith, Sr., July 12, 1776. 
William Luckey, July 24, 1776. 
Robert Buntin, July 24, 1776. 
Patrick McCullough, July 24, 1776. 
John Rodgers. July 24, 1776. 
John Beale, July 24, 1776. 



FOURTH BATrALION. (a.) 



Colonel. 
William Evans, com. May 17. 1777. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
John Ralston, com. May 17. 1777. 

M.ijor. 
Peter Hartman. com. May 17, 1777. 

Captains. 

Henry Barber. William . 

John McKee. 

Lieutenants. 

Hugh Robinson, resigned November 4, 1777. 

Evan James, vice Robinson, com. December 17. 1777. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 593 



First company. 



Captain— John Hiester, com. May 31, 1777. 
First Lieutenant— John Cummings, com. May 31, 1777. 
Second Lieutenant— Allen Jack, com. May 31, 1777. 
Ensign— James Guest, com. August 9, 1777. 

Second company. 

Captain— George Irish, com. May 31, 1777. 
First Lieutenant — Christian Rice, com. May 31, 1777. 
Second Lieutenant— John Hensh, com. May 31, 1777. 
Ensign — Christopher Smith, com. May 31, 1777. 

Third company. 

Captain— Thomas Wilson, com. May 31, 1777. 
First Lieutenant— Jacoh Watins. com. May 31, 1777. 
Second Lieutenant- James John, com. May 31, 1777. 
Ensign — James Barber, com. May 31, 1777. 

Fourth company. 

Captain— John Snider, com. May 31, 1777. 

First Lieutenant— Daniel Shimer, com. May 31, 1777. 



FOURTH BATTALION, (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
John Bartholomew, May 10. 1780. 

Major. 
William Brodley. May 10. 1780. 



A Return of Olflcers in the Fourth Battalion of Chester County 

Mllltla. 

First company. 

Captain— John Harris. May 10, 1780. 
Lieutenant— Joseph Boggs. May 10, 1780. 
Ensign — Alexander Boggs. 

38— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



594 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Second company. 

Captain — Evan Anderson. 
Lieutenant — Daniel Bowen. 
Ensign — Ja^ies Olliver. 

Third company. 

Captain — Joseph Johnson. 
Lieutenant— Alexander Boggs. 
Ensign — John Johnston. 

i ourth company. 

Captain— William Harris. 
Lieutenant — David Kerlin. 
Ensign — Thomas Cummins. 

Fifth company. 

Captain— Israel Moore. 
Lieutenant— Christopher Rhue. 
Ensign — David Lewellin. 

Sixth company. 

Captain— Jonathan Rowlands. 
Lieutenant— Joseph Griffiths. 
Ensign — Joshua Davis. 

Seventh Company. 

Captain— Sampson Thomas. 
Lieutenant — James Davis. 
Ensign— Samuel Roberts. 

Kighth Company. 

Captain— Mordecal Morgan. 
Lieutenant — William Reed. 
Ensign — Richard Thomas. 

Certified the 11th day of August, 1780. 

LEWIS GRONOW, 
Sub-Lieutenant. Chester County. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 695 



WEST WHITELAND AND NORTH GOSHEN. RETURN 
MAY THE 19th 1780. (c.) 



Captain. 
Van Anderson. 

Lieutenant. 
Daniel Bowen. 

Ensign. 
James Oliver. 



Joseph Bond. 

George Garrath. 

John Downs. 

John Cuthbert. 

Henry Hoops. 

Willm. Atherton. 

John Bowen. 

Jesse Hoopes. 

Rich'd Jefferis. 

John Chaffln. 

Will'm Dougherty. 

John Smith. 

Thomas Patterson. 

Joseph Tremble. 

Will'm Todd. 

Will'm Atherton, Jun'r. 

Ellis Davis (attend in Goshen). 

Wm. Richards. 

Wm. Rettew, Lame. 

Lawrence Cox. 

Joseph Melin. 

Philip McCardil, Sick. 

Aquilla Jones. 

Joseph Dowler. 

Wm. Bane.Jun'r. 

Danl. Meredith. 

John Thomson. 

George Smith. 

Thomas Russel. 



596 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Mathias Finger. 

Joseph Rea. 

Joseph Brown. 

Samuel Jefferis. 

Daniel Thomson. 

Wm. Beaumount. 

Will'm Ingram. 

Michl. McCown. 

Ezekiel Rigg. 

Richd. White. 

Caleb Thomson. 

John Jones. 

Jonathan Garrett. 

John Bull. 

George Guest. 

Isaac Reese. 

Jesse Jefferis. 

Isaac Spackman. 

Wlllm PaitersoUp 

John Newlic 

Thomas Morris, 

Levi Evans. 

John Cain. 

Patrick Cannon. 

Gervis Hall. 

Thos. Melin, Jun'r. 

Adley Brown, Mustered in Goshen. 

John Jacobs. 

John Boyers. 

Flower Oakes. 

Jesse Oakes. 

George Thomas. 

James Dunwoody. 

Henry Zook. 

Thos. Beaumount. 

Jacob Zook. 

Philip Will. 

Wm. Smith. 

John Hemphill, Lame. 

Geo. Garratt (Widow's Son). 

Jehu Brown. 

Jesse Bane. 

Joseph Moore. 

Samuel Johnson. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 597 

John Ferrel. 

Michael Rodgers. 

George Davis. 

Israel Davis. 

Jessey Stringfellow. 

Willm. Jefferis. 

John Jefferis (Saml. Son), under pge. 

Joseph Randall. 

John Ingram. 

Jonathan Hoopes. 

Peter Smith. 

John Richardson. 

David Meredith. 

Richd. Bull. 

Joseph Davis. 

James Walker. 

Daniel Fitz Patrick (cripple). 

Joseph Smith. 

John Mathers. 

David Zibley. 

Wm. Hamilton. 

John Hartley. 

Isaac Hughes. 

George Moyars. 

Philip Shepherd. 

James Clark. 

Thomas Eklwards. 

Uriah Yamall. 

Wm. Hoope. 

Robert Hawley, 

Thomas Loyd. 

Wm. Russei. 

John Frederic. 

John Pile. 

Joseph Fox. 

Frederic Glllion. 

John Talklngton. 

David Davis. 

I Hereby Certify The above To be a Just Return of the 
above Company according to law. 

EVAN ANDERSON, Capt. 



698 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Jun3 ye 10th 1780. 
A RETURN OP THE TOWNSHIP OF RADNOR, (c.) 

Captain. 
Mordecai Morgan. 

Lieutenant 
William Read. 



Ensign. 
Richard Thomas. 



William Thomas. 
Evan Griffith. 
Elisha Thomas. 
Isaac Davis. 
Mark Evans. 
Griffith James. 
James McDaniel. 
John Thomas, store. 
John Keck. 
Ezra Smith. 
Nathan Moore. 
Abraham Cornog. 
George Adams. 
Evan Lewis. 
Robert Mather. 
James Hunter. 
John Bervley. 
Acquilla Ehrans. 
Abraham Free. 
Aijalon Alloway. 
John Evans. 
Sam'l Harry. 
Sam'l Bittle. 
Joseph Matlack. 
Levi Adams. 
Norris Thomas. 
William Smith. 
James Cochran. 
Owen Sckelton. 
James Miles. 



Peter Thomas. 

John Jones. 

Christopher White. 

John Meredith. 

John Livezly. 

Paul Sharrldan. 

Jonas Yokam. 

Jerman Dickinson. 

Sam'l Pugh. 

John Brookes. 

Frederick Bittle. 

Benjamin Davis. 

Simeon Matlack. 

Henry Wells. 

Amos Thomas. 

Wm. Lee. 

Levi Lewis. 
John Read. 
Willm. Matlack. 
Joshua Thomas. 
John Pugh. 
Enos Miles. 
Daniel Maul. 
Adam Siter Junr. 
Henry Lewis. 
John Morgan. 
Jacob Waggoner. 
John Yokam. 
Jesse Yokam. 
David Phillips. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



699 



George White. 
John Thomas Smith. 
Sam'l McMin. 
Dan'l Evans. 
Jesse Richard. 
Willm. Jennings. 
James Read. 
John Lang. 
Miles Thomas. 
Owen Donnelly. 
Jno. Grimes. 
Evan Roberts. 
Manasseh Miles. 
John Siter. 
Alexander Clay. 
James Karr. 
John Kere. 
William Roberts. 
John EzbttTA. 



George Dunn. 
Thomas Butler. 
Gill Penninton. 
John Cochran. 
Michael Cotts. 
Nicholas Beard. 
Enoch Davis. 
John Bittle. 
David Davis. 
Abraham Bittle. 
Robert Kennedy. 
Nathaniel Davis. 
Thomas Neasmith.' 
Isaac Abraham. 
Henry Travail. 
Thomas Evans. 
Benjamin Penrose. 
Mathias at ye Unicom. 



(c.) June Ye 15th, 1780. 
I Phransis Jemeson having engaged to sarve as a Pennsyl- 
vania Volunteer for the first Company of the forth Bettalion 
of Malitia of the County of Chestor in the state of Pensyl- 
vania do heirby engage to be true and faithful! in the said 
sarvis until the fiftenth day of January next unless sooner 
discharged and to be obedient to the authority of said state 
and my superior Officers according to the rules and discipline 
of war and -the establishment of the corpes in Which I am 
now entered a Copy. 

Certified pr. LEWIS GRONOW, Sub. LT. C. C. 
JOHN HARRIS, Capt. 



600 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



CLASS ROLL OF CAPT. EVAN ANDERSONS COMPANY 
OP WEST WHITELAND AND NORTH GOSHEN IN THK 
4TH BATN. CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA. JUNE 16TH, 
1780. (c.) 



Captain. 
Evan Anderson. 

Lieutenant 
Daniel Bowen. 

Ensign. 
James Olliver. 

Serjeant. 
Michel McCowne. 



1st Class. 



Joseph Bond. 
Geo. Garratt. 
Henry Hoops. 
John Bowen. 
Jessey Hoops. 
Richd. Jefferus. 
Thos. Baymount. 



John Cuthbert. 
Wm. Atherton. 
Danl. Fitzpatrick. 
Geo. Gust. 
Joshua Williams. 
Geo. Hollls. 
Geo. Moyers. 



2d Class. 



Joseph Dawler. 

Wm. Bean, Junr. 

Danl. Meridlth. 

Geo. Smith. 

Isaack Reese. 

Wm. Docherty. 

John Ingram, not fit for duty. 

Frederick Gillion. 



John Thomson. 

Thos. Mallin, Junr. 

Jessey Stringfellow. 

John Pile, absent without 

leave. 
Abraham Vernon. 
Wm. Hamilton. 
James Clark, cornet of horse. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



601 



3d Class. 



Wm. Ingrain. 

James Brown. 

Ezekiel Regg. 

Calep Tomson. 

Richd. White. Rumatick. 

Jonathan Garratt 

John Bull. 

John Jacobs. 
John Boyers. 
Flower Oakes. 
Geo. Thomas. 
James Dunwody. 
Henry Zooke. 
Phillip will. 

Joseph TrembU. 
Wm. Todd. 
Ellis Davis. 
I^wrence Cox. 
Phillip McCardel. 
Wm. Richards, W. S. 
Joshua Smith. 
David Zibley. 
John Hartley. 

Thos. Russell. 
Mathias Finger. 
Joseph Rea. 
Samel JefPeries. 
Danel. Thomson. 
Thos. Patterson, Goshen. 
Wm. Baymount. 
Wm. Rlttew. 
John Mathers. 



Wm. Patterson. 
John Newland. 
Thos. Morris. 
Mishael Rodgers. 



John Chalfant. 

John Richardson, Sickly. 

Geo. Davis. 

Edward Wilson. 

James Olliver. 

Thomas Brown. 



4th Class. 



Aguilla Jones. 
J^ssey Davis. 
Jervis Hall. 
Jonathan Hoops. 
Peter Smith. 
Uriah Yarnill, Blind. 



5th Class. 



Michl. McGoogin. 

Wm. Atherton, Junr. 

Joseph Maltin. 

Wm. Hoops. 

Thos. Lloyd, not of age. 

Wm. Russell. 

Jacob Hoffman. 

Geo. Garrett. 



6th Class. 



Wm. Jefferies, Sickly. 
Israel Taylor. 
Richd. Bull, abroad. 
Joseph Davis. 
Robart Hawley. 
David Davis. 
John Parker, absent 
leave. 



without 



7th Class. 



Jessey Jefferies. 
Levi Evans. 
John Cain. 
Patrick Cannon. 



602 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Isaack Speakman. 
Adley Brown. 
Joaeph Finch. 
David Meridith. 



Joseph Smith. 
John Fredrick. 
ThoB. Hollis. 
Jessey Talklnton. 



8th Class. 



Jacob Zooke. 

Wm. Smith. 

John Downs. 

Jehu Brown. 

Jessey Bean. 

Joseph Moore, Dischargd. 

Saml. Johnson. 

John Ferrell. 

Joseph Hoops. 



James Walker, Sick. 

Isaack Huges. 

Phillip Sheffer. 

Thos. Edwards. 

Joseph Fox. 

Abraham Parker, absented 

without leave. 
James Thomas. 
James Hoops. 



Deem. 2Sth 1780. 

I hereby Certify the within Roll To be Just and True, To 
the Best of my knowledge and Belief. 

EVAN ANDERSON, Capt. 



CAPT. SAMPSON THOMAS'S MUSTER ROLU (c.) 

December 2Sth, 1780. 



Captain. 
Sampson Thomas. 

Lieutenant 
James Davis. 

Ensign. 
Samuel Roberts. 



John Buckwalter. 
Samuel John. 
Robert Erwine. 



Ist Class. 

Isaac Starr. 

Jacob Pennypacker. 

John King. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



Benjn. Boyers. 
John Filman. 
George Scolfield. 
Henry Smith. 
Ezekiel Alexr. 
Ephraim Jones. 
Elias Brown. 
Petter Klmes. 



Robert Rooks. 
Thomas Hill. 
Frederick Foos. 
Roger Little. 
Joshua John. 
Robert Anderson. 
Samuel Liain. 
Owen James. 
John Jones. 



Denis Cunard, aged 53. 

Alexr. McCalla. 

Christian Whisler. 

John Williams, Ught Horse. 

Thomas Roberts. 

Joseph Starr. 

James Alexr. 

Jonathan James. 

Martin Sheanholts, Junr. 

John Longstreth. 



Richard Tomkins. 
James Davis Glandy. 
Matthuselah Davis. 
James Williams. 
Jacob Yarn. 
John Humphreys. 
William Dickeson. 



2d Class. 



John Buzard. 
Roderick McCinsey. 
George Vesler. 
Christr. Good. 
Jacob Caufman. 
Samuel Byers. 
Samuel Brooks. 
George Heminger. 



3d Class. 



John li'isher. 
Daniel Rossiter. 
John Pergrin. 
. Aron Duncan. 
Adam Stone. 
James Laird. 
Israel Cox. 
Jacob Becker. 
Christian Holderman. 



4th Class. 



Jonathhan Wells. 
Benjn. Griffith. 
Frederick Place. 
Robert Allen. 
Martin Shenholts, Senr. 
Thomas Rossiter. 
John Sturk. 
Cunrad Filman. 
Jonathan Lutes. 
Petter Bon. 



John Iry. 

Thomas Robeson, Cripple. 

Wm. Wms. Carpentr. 

John Davis. 

Phineas Jones. 

Benjn. Jones. 

Wm. Scolfield. 

Micaijah Posie. 

Barnet Rap. 



604 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



6tli Class. 



Jacob Humble. 
Elijah Funk. 
Boston Waggoner. 
BenJ'n Longstreth. 
Petter Dehayen. 
John Triby. 
Bartholomew Fussel. 

Christian Maris. 
Timothy Steel.' 
Wm. Lewellyn. 
John Nettles. 
Elijah Jones. 
George McBlheny. 
John Bean. 
Anthony Warner. 
John Mares. 
James Hodge. 



Wm. Holiday. 
David Lewis. 
John Salsberry. 
Wm. Toung. 
Aron Stover. 
Petter Moses. 



6th Class. 



Samuel Torbert. 
Wm. Brown. 
Mordicai Wm. 
Wm. Jones. 
James Boyles. 
John Byers. 
Amos John. 
John Leap. 
Abijah Griffith. 
Theophilus Davis. 



7th Class. 



Isaac Morgan. 
Daniel Buckwalter. 
George Lap. 
George Rooks. 
Thomas Bodley. 
Mathias Foes. 
Anthony Housen. 
Frederick Gearhart. 
Jedediah Griffith. 



John Turk. 
Wm. Turk. 
Ephraim Turk, 
lewellyn Davis. 
Benjn. Ramsey. 
Israel Davis. 
Levi Jones. 
Yost Smith. 
Matthias Pennypacker. 



8th Class. 



John Allen. 
Moses Coats. 
James Craven. 
David Deel? 
David Buckwaltor 
George Lutes. 
James Vallence. 
Levi Randol. 
Isaac James. 
James cloyd. 
Jacob Shuck. 



Abraham Holderman. 

Owen Glancy. 

Wm. Cooper. 

James Fredenick. 

Charles McCaraher. 

John Lyons. 

Conrad Woghter. 

Wm. Thomas Carpentr. Crippl? 

Wm. Wollerton, Cripple. 

Hugh Que. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



605 



CAPT. JOHN HARRIS'S RETURN FOR THE COMPANY OF 
WILUSTOWN FOR YE YEAR 1780. (c.) 



Capt. John Harris. 
Left. Joseph Boggs. 
Ens'n Elix. Boggs. 

Ist Class. 



John Talor. 
Ezekiel Griffith. 
Ezekiel Bowen. 
Wm. Walters. 
Jessey White. 
Calob Meris. 



Edard Colley. 
Thomas Dolbey. 
David Davis. 
Griffith Jones. 
Jacob Lewis. 
Thomas Jones. 
James Arnold. 
Mellin Dunn. 



Wm. King. 
Richard Butler. 
Dan'l Smedley. 



Jonathan More. 
David Williams. 
•Isaac Mellin. 
Natha'l Grubb. 
Benjamin Hibbard. 



Benjamin Cox. 
John Howel. 
Nathan Lewis. 
Jessey Garrett. 



Thomas Lewis. 
Samuel Hibbard. 
John Briggs. 
Calob Glessin. 
Jeffrea Smedley. 
John Loyd. 



2nd Class. 



Enoch Mellin. 
Amos Garrett. 
John Smedley. 
John Griffith. 
Richard Davis. 
John Bradley. 
Celob Townsena 
Evan Jones. 



3rd Class. 



Aaron Garret. 
John Erwin. 
Thomas Jones. 



4th Class. 



Michal Sill. 
Thomas Garreii 
Samuel Garrett. 
Henery Cost. 
Daniel Cornog. 



5th Class. 



Joseph Hamton. 
John Trcnore. 
Thomas Hibblu. 



6M 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



6th Class. 



Joseph Smedley. 
Wm. Sheldron. 
Thomas Smedley. 
Phinias Hibhard. 
Wm. Garrett 



Isaac Butler. 
Abraham Dolbey. 
John Davis. 
Wm. Bowen. 
Joshua . Evans. 
Pelob Hibbard. 
Josiah Garrett. 



Thomas Hall. 
Lewis Williams. 
Jeptha Garrett. 
Jonathan Davis. 



7th Class. 



Wm. Lloyd. 
David Davis. 
Isaac Garrett 
Samuel Garrett 
Cromwell Pelrce. 
Chales McColley. 
Isaac Griffith. 



Jonathan Evans. 
Edward Gill. 
Ellsha Telor. 
Joseph Rowland. 



8th Class. 



John McCoy. 
Joseph Collins. 
Owen Brooks. 



I do certify that ye within is a true Return of my Com- 
pany. 

Given by me. 

JOHN HARRIS, Capt 



CAPT. WM. HARRIS'S RETURN TO COL. BARTHOLOMEW 
OF THE FIRST FIVE DAYS MUSTERING IN THE YEAR 
1780. (c.) 



Captain. 
Harris. 

Lieutenant 
Kerlin. 

Ensign. 
Cummins. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER «07 



John Adams. 

Stephen Bowen. 

John Canagey. 

Abram Sook. 

Jacob Coffman. 

John Burntregar. 

Petar Sellar, unfit for duty. 

David Cloyd. 

Samuel James. 

Edward McCardy. 

Josiah Hibbart. 

Richd. Jacobs, over age. 

Michal Trivet. 

Joseph Lewis. 

Jesse Reese. 

Abram Coleman. 

Henery Lowe. 

Francis McCoy. 

John Black. 

John Malin. 

Randle Malin, Jun'r. 

Joseph Malin. 

John Coffee. 

Petar Mathers. 

Charles Pennington. 

John Phillips. 

James Robinson. 

Samuel Richardson. 

William Richardson. 

Petar Larr. 

John Hoffman. 

Christian Sook. 

Henery Serman shasuer. 

Philip Smith. 

Thomas Scott. 

Wilson Wilson. 

Fredrick Tredrick. 

Jno Templeton, Junr. 

John Todd. 

Joshua Vernon. 

Miles Welch. 

Michal Shimer. 

John Sook. 

David Christie. 

David Asbridge. 



608 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Malcom McMillin. 

Isaac Lewis. 

Cornelas Dempsey, lame, DOt fit for duty. 

Edward Bell. 

Geo. Chapman. 

John Campbell. 

James Stewart. 

Robt Andaraon. 

Edward Lamey. 

John Weaber. 

Jacob Malin. 

Caleb Atherton. 

Moses Thomas. 

William Cavin. 

David Guntrey. 

Joseph Dilworth. 

John McCoy. 

Geo. Hornberry. 

Philip Burket. 

Petar Mahrling. 

Samuel Boner. 

John McKinney. 

James Litton, out at sea. 

Jesse Davis. 



CAPT. WILLIAM HERRIS'S RETURN TO COL. BARTHOLO- 
MEW IN THE LATTER PART OF THE YEAR 1780. (c.) 



Samuel Richardson. 
John Malin. 
Peter Mathers. 
Malcom McMillin. 
Joseph Lewis. 

.Miles Welch. 
James Steward. 
Randle Malin, Junr. 
Edward McCardy. 



Edward Lamey. 
Charles Pennington. 
Abram Sook. 
Peter Sellar. 



2nd Class. 



Henery Simanhauser. 
William Wilson. 
Peter Mahrling. 



Third Class. 



John Canagey. 
David Gunty. 
John McCoy. 



James Miller. 
Jonathan Bowen. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



609 



Fourth Class. 



David Cloyd. 
Joseph Dilworth. 
Christian Sook. 
Peter Larr. 
James Robinson. 

Stephen Bowen. 
Henry Law. 
Joseph Malin. 
Caleb Atherton. 
John Campbell. 
Michal Tribet. 



Cyrus Jacobs. 
David Asbridge. 
Cornelas Dempsey. 
John Todd. 



Fifth Class. 



John Buntrigar. 
Michal Shimer. 
James Litten. 
Jesse Davis. 
John McKinney. 
Samuel Boner. 



Samuel James. 
John Huffman. 
John Phillips. 
John Kerlin. 



Sixth Class. 



Philip Burket. 
Joshua Vernon. 
Frederick Tedrick. 
John Black. 



Seventh Class. 



Josiah Hibbard. 
Richard Jacobs. 
William Cavin. 
William Richardson. 
Robart Anderson. 

John Adam. 
Edward Bell. 
Philip Smith. 
John Sook. 
Jacob Coffman. 



Jacob Malin. 
Isaac Lewis. 
Frances McCoy. 
Abram Coleman. 



Eighth Class. 



George Chapman. 
Jno. Templeton, Jur. 
Thomas Scott. 
Jesse Reese. 
John Coffee. 



Officers. 

Capt. Harris. 

Lieut. Kerlin. 

Ensign Cummings. 

Sargent. 
John Weaver. 
59— Vol. y^5th Ser. 



610 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



LIST OF GOSHEN COMPANY OF MILITIA FOR THE LAT- 
TER PART OF THE YEAR 1780. (c.) 



Captain. 
Job. Johnson. 

Lieutenant 
Alez'r Bogss. 

Ensign. 
John Johnson. 



Sergeants. 
Richard Richards. 
James Stuart 
Aaron Forester. 

Ist Class. 
Jesse Rattue. 
Josiah Haines. 
George Ashbridge. 
Ellis Williams. 
Phineas Lewis. 
Joseph Hunt 

Aaron Hoops, unfit for duty. 
Caleb Townsend, Wlllistown. 
David Cole. 
Hugh Deborah. 

John Connelly, proved on oth above 53 yrs. age. 
George Mouser. 

2nd Class. 
Robert Rushton. 
Saml. Hoopes. 
Edward Hicks. 

John Robeson, unfit for duty. 
George Enterkin. 
George Williamson, 
john Rattue. 
Benj'n Matlack. 
Ezekiel James. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



611 



Nathan William& 
Thos. Williamsoa 
John Hutchinson. 
Enoch Gorman. 



3rd Class 



Benj. Tregoe. 
James Garrett. 
Richard Jones, Juni 
James Peirce, Jun*i 
Wm. Ford, moved away. 
Thos. Schoffield. 
John Mihhim. 
George Matlack. 
Moses Peirce. 
Isaac* James. 
William Reese. 
Morris Thomas. 

4th Class. 
Richard Jones. 
James Clark. 
Isaac Williams. 
Wm. Rattue. 
George Peirce. 
John Millison. 
Joseph Mejor. 
Thos. Holston. 
Joseph Beaumount. 
Henry O'Neil. 
Matthew Prltchard. 
Godfrey Hihherd. 
Henry Woodward. 

5th Class. 
Nathan Hoopes. 
Sampson Barnet. 
Joshua Weaver. 

Seth Eveston, too poor to do anything. 
Sam'l Walu, Junr. 
Richard Goodwin. 
Abram Pratt. 
Jacob Haines. 
Phillip Rees. 
Adlsy Brown. 



612 



\SSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Sam'l Hodge. 
Joseph Brown. 
Gideon Williamson. 
John Wooley. 
Isaac Goodwin. 



Jonathan Matlack. 
John Spickman. 
Charles Carter. 
Isaac Williams, Jr. 
Amos Matlack. 
Jacob Matson. 
Wm. Johnson. 
Joseph Cooper. 
Saml. Phipps. 
Thos. Patterson. 
John Swan. 
Jos. Fox. 



Isaac Haines, Junr. 
Joseph Garrett. 
Hans. Fredk. Hiser. 
George Hoopes. 
Wm. Eachus. 
Thomas Hoops. 
Ralph Forrester. 
George Bradley. 
Thos. Hawley. 
Enos Thomas. 
Edward Wilson. 
Wm. Spickman. 
Absalom Boak. 
John Cbambcrlin. 



Jacob Tressel. 
Joseph Hoopes. 
Joseph Wain, over age. 
Jesse Davis. 
Joshua Ashbridge. 
Wm. Sharpless. 
James Simral. 
FYencis Hoopes. 



6th Class. 



7th Class. 



Eight Class 



COUNTY OP CHESTER 613 

James Underwood. 

Jonathan Hibbs. 

Henry Mattock. 

Ellis Davis. 

John Hoskins. ^ 

Nathaniel Norgrove. 

A just and True Return. 

By JOS. JOHNSON, Captn. 



A RETURN OF YE INHABITNTS OF THE TOWNSHIP OF 
RADNOR MADE LIABLE TO SERVE IN THE MIUTIA 
FOR THE LATTER PART OF YE YEAR 1780. (c.) 



Names. 



Capt. Morda'i Morgan. 

Lt. Will'm Read. 

Ens'n Rich'd Thomas. 

Serg'nts Jesse Gyger. 

Henry Wells. 

Protle Elisha Thomas. 

Isaac Davis. 

Mark Evans. 

Griffith James. 

Jas. McDaniel. 

Jno. Thomas, Store. 

Jno. Heck. 

Ezra Smith. 

Nath'n Moore. 

Abr'm Corneg. 

George Adams. 

Evan Lewis. 

Rob't Mather. 

Jas. Hunter. 

Jno. Buley. 

Quill Evans. 

Abram Free. 

Ayolan Alloway. 

Sam'l Pugh. 

Saml. Harry. 

Saml. Bittle. 



614 ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

Joseph Matlack. 

Levi Adams. 

Norris Thomas. 

Wirm Smith. 

Jas. Cochran. ^ 

Owen Skelton. 

Jas. Miles. 

Peter Thomas. 

Jno. Jones. 

Christopher Whlt«. 

Jno. Meredith. 

Jonas Yoakam. 

Paul Sherradin. 

Lewis Lewis. 

Jerman Dicky. 

Enos Miles. 

Jno. Pngh. 

Jno. Brooke. 

Fred'k Blttle. 

lienj'n Davis. 

Sim'n Matlack. 

George Siter. 

Amos Thomas, not fit for duty. 

Will'm I^e. 

Levi Lewis, not capable of Duty. 

Jno. Read. 

Wil'm Matlack. 

Joshua Thomas. 

Dan'l Maule. 

Adam Siter. 

Henry I-.ewis. 

Jno. Morgan. 

Jacob Waggoner. 

Jno. Yoakam. 

David Phillips. 

George White. 

Jno. Thomas Smith. 

Saml. McMinn. 

Danl. Evans. 

Wm. Jennings. 

Jas. Read. 

Jno. Lang. 

Miles Thomas. 

Owen Dannelly. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 616 

Evan Roberts. 
Mannasseh Miles. 
Jno. Siter. 
Alexander Clay. 
Jas. Kerr. 
Jno. Ezburn. 
George Dunn. 
Thos. Butler. 
Gill. Pennington. 
Mich'l Cotts. 
Nicholas Beard. 
Enoch Davis. 
John Bittle. 
Rob't Kennedy. 
Nathan'l Davis. 
Isaac Abram. 
Thomas Evans. 
BenJ'n Penrose, Lame. 
Will'm Fullerton. 
Jno. Morris. 
George Morris. 
Evan Griffith. 
Wil'm Thomas. 
Jno. John. 
Jesse Yoakam. 
Abfm. Bittle. 

I Do Certify That the Within is a true Return of ye com- 
pany. 

MORDAI MORGAN, Jun'r, Capt. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF TRADYFFREN COMPANY FOR THE 
YEAR 1780 TAKING IN ALL PERSONS BETWEEN THE 
AGES OF FIFTY THREE AND EIGHTEEN, (c). 



Captain. 
Jonathan Rowland. 

Lieutenant. 
Joseph Griffith. 



616 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Ensign. 
Joshua Davis. 

Adjutant. 
Abner Davis. 

Sub-Lieutenant 
Lewis Oronon. 

Paymaster. 
John Beaton. 



David Davis. 

Philip Housekeeper. 

Samuel Jones. 

John Givin. 

Samuel Smith. 

John Shuwalter, Jur. 

John Shuwalter. 

Henry Shuwalter. 

Jacob Souder. 

William Willson (Mustered in east Whiteland). 

George McCoy. 

Jeremiah McVaugh. 

Nathan McVaugh. 

John Maxwell. 

William Knowls. 

Mathen Neiley. 

John Rickenbaugh. 

William Rowland. 

Benjamin Rowland. 

Thomas Rowland. 

John Rowland. 

John Pounal. 

Isaac Pownal. 

Daniel Shuwalter. 

John Peck. 

Jeremiah Peck. 

William Logan. 

Archibald McAfes. 

Joseph Gooden. 

Samuel Davis. 

Morris Davis. 

Elijah Davis. 

Septemus Davis. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 617 



Joal Pugh. 

John Lawrence. 

Levy Jones. 

John Cremer. 

Abel Thomas. 

Isaac Walker. 

Andrew Patterson. 

Joseph Williams. 

Robert Rogers. 

William Thomas. 

William Mitchel. 

Joseph Lewis. 

Elias Chrisman. 

Thomas Bones. 

Peter Bones. 

John Brown. 

James Brown. 

Richard Britton (over age) 

Samuel Britton. 

Benjamin Davis. 

Thomas Davis. 

William Bailey. 

William Willson. 

Robert Hall. 

David Willson. 

John Roxburg. 

John McEntire. 

Joel E^vans. 

John Williams. 

Richard Robinson. 

William Malcher. 

Abraham Robinson. 

Paul Pennington. 

Jacob Baugh. 

Charles Ramsey. 

Joseph Walker. 

Thomas Kalker. 

Jacob Walker. 

Dennis Francis. 

Abijah Stevans. 

Benjamin Stevans. 

Edward Woodman. 

Jonah Stephans. 

John Owens. 

Benjamin Jones. 



618 ASSOCIATpRS AND MILITIA. 

Devault Beaver. 
Samuel Jones. 
Thomas Brown. 
Thomas Ross. 
John Ros Jones. 
John Frlck. 
Samuel Richards. 
George Blakes. 
Adam Older. 
Christian Worklser. 
Jelty Shuwalter. 
Isaac Vanleer. 
John Beaker. 
Benjamin Beaker. 
Samuel Beaker. 
Abel Rees. 
Nathaniel Jones. 
Enoch Jones. 
James Neiley. 
Benjamin Hampton. 
Thomas Hampton. 
Isaac Thomas. 
Hugh Griffith. 
John Norton. 
Jesse Meredith. 
John Mafee. 
George Priest. 
Peter Stiteler. 
Henry Cremer. 
John Huzzard. 
Hugh Travace. 
John Travace. 
Benjamin Davis (Crp.). 
Samuel Gilbert. 
Richard Miles. 
Thomas Pennington. 
Jacob Kitselman. 
Henry Root. 
Abraham Root. 
Thomas Lincolns. 
James Aikens. 
Michal Reid. 
Dennis McCalahen. 
David Christy. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



61d 



Charles Stonemates. 

Henry Stonemates. 

William Dewees attended in Phlla. 

John Williams, Capt in Phila. 

John Davis, Doct. 

Joseph Bartholomew, Gone to Sea. 

Levey Jones. 

James Davis. 

Francis Stonemates. 



CAPT. THOMAS'S MUSTER ROLL, FIRST PART 1780. 
(c.) 



Captain. 
Sampson Thomas. 

Lieutenant. 
James Davis. 

Ensign. 
Samuel Roberts. 



1st Class. 



John Buckwalter. 
Samuel John. 
Robert Ervine. 
Isaac Starr. 
Jacob Pennypacker. 
John King. 
Benjn. Boyers. 
John Filman. 
George Scolfield. 
Henry Smith. 
Ezekiel Alexr. 

Robert Rooks. 
Thomas Hill. 
Frederick Foos. 
Roger Little. 



Ephraim Jones. 
Elias Brown. 
Petter Kims. 
Richard Tomkins. 
James Davis Glandy. 
Matthusela Davis. 
James, Wm. 
Jacob Yarnes. 
John Humphryeys. 
Wm. Dlckeson. 



2nd Class. 



Joshua John. 
Robert Anderson. 
Samuel Lain. 
Owen James. 



620 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



John Jones. 
John Buzard. 
Roderick McCinsey. 
George Vesler. 
Christopher Good. 
Jacob Caufman. 



Samuel Byers. 
Samuel Brooks. 
George Heminger. 
Sheophilus Davis, the 6th 
Class. 



3d Class. 



Denis Cunrad. 
Alexr. McCalla. 
Christian Whisler. 
John, Wm. 
Thomas Roberts. 
Joseph Starr. 
James Alexr. 
Jonathan James. 
Martin Sheanholts, Junr. 
John Longstreth. 



John Fisher. 
DiTiiiel Rossiter. 
John Grimth, Lab. 
John Pergrin. 
Aron Duncan. 
Adam Stones. 
James Laird. 
Israel Cox. 
Jacob Baker. 
Christian Holderman. 



ith Class. 



Wm. Fussel. 
Jonathan Wells. 
Joseph Woolard. 
Benjn. Griffith. 
Frederick Place. 
Hobert Allen. 
Martin Sheanholts, Senr. 
Thomas Roesitcr. 
John Sturk. 
Cunrad Filman. 
Jonathan Lutes. 



Petter Don. 
John Fry. 
i hnnias Robinson. 
Wm. Wm. Carptr. 
Jchii Davis. 
Phineas Jones. 
Renjn. Jones. 
Wm. Scolfleld. 
Micayjah Posie. 
Harney Rap. 
I.^aac Anderson. 



5th Class. 



Phillip Filman. 

Jacob Humble. 

Elijah Funk. 

Boston Waggoner, mustered 

in Vincent. 
Benj. longstreth. 
Petter Dehaven. 
Roger Davis. 
John Triby. 



Banholomow Fusse!. 
Wm. Holiday. 
David Lewis. 
John Salsberry. 
John Harris. 
Wni. Young. 
Aron Stover. 
Petter Moses. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



621 



6th Class. 



Christian Marls. 
Timothy Steel. 
William Lewellyn. 
John Nettles. 
Elijah Jones. 
George McEheney. 
Richard Graham. 
John Bean. 
Anthony Warner. 
John Maris. 
James Hodge. 

Isaac Morgan. 
Daniel Buckwalter. 
George Lap. 
George Rooks. 
Thomas Badley. 
Anthony Housem. 
Matthias Foos. 
Fredk. Gearhart. 
Jeriah Griffith. 



Samuel Torbet. 
Wm. Brown. 
Mardecai, Wm. 
Wm. Jones. 
James Boyles. 
Amos John. 
Derrick Kiser. 
John Leap. 
Abijah Griffith. 
Thomas Richardson. 



7th Class. 



John Turk. 
Wm. Turk. 
Ephraim Turk. 
Lewellyn Davis. 
Benjn. Ramsey. 
Israel Davis. 
Levi Jones. 
Yost. Smith. 
Matthias Pennypacker. 



8th Class. 



John Allen. 
Moses Coats, Junr. 
James Craven. 
David Deel. 
David Buckwalter. 
George Lutes. 
James Vallence. 
Levi Randle. 
Isaac James. 
James Cloyd. 
Jacob Shuck. 
Abraham Ilolderman. 



Owen Glanc}'. 

Wm. Cooper. 

Thomas Barton. 

James Frederick. 

Charles McCaraher. 

John Lyons. 

Conrad Woghter. 

Andrew Knox. 

Wm. Thomas, Carpenter. 

Wm. Wolterton. 

Hugh Que. 



623 



ASSOCTATORS AND MILITIA. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. EVAN ANDERSONS COMPANY 
OP WESTWHITELAND AND NORTH GOSHEN FOR THE 
FORE PART OF THE YEAR 1781 COMMENCING 23D OF 
APRIL, (c.) 



Captain. 

Evan Anderson. 

Lieutenant. 
Dan*l Bo wen. 

Ensign. 

Resign'd. 

Sergeant. 
Wm. Hamilton. 



1st Class. 



Joseph Bond. 
Geo. Garratt. 
Henry Hoops. 
John Bowen. 
Jessey Hoops. 
Rich'd Jefferies. 



John Cuthbert. 
Wm. Atherton. 
(jCo. Guest. 
Joshua Williams. 
Geo. Hollls. 
Geo. Moyers. 



Joseph Dawler. 
Wm. Bean, JunY. 
Dan'el Meridith. 
Geo. Smith. 
Isaack Reese. 
Wm. Docherty. 
John Ingram. 

Wm. Ingram. 
James Brown. 
Ezekiel Rigg. 
Calep Thomson. 
Rich'd White. 
Jonathan Garratt. 
John Bull. 



2nd Class. 

John Tomson. 
Thos. Mallin. Jun'r. 
Jessey Striugfellow. 
John Pile. 
Jacob Bear. 
John Quin. 

3rd Class. 

John Chalphant. 
John Richardson. 
Geo. Davis. 
Edw'd Wilson. 
James Oliver. 
John Dun woody. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



623 



4th Class. 



John Jacobs. 
John Boyers. 
Flower Oaks. 
Geo. Thomas. 
James Dunwoody. 
Henry Zooks. 



Aguila Jones. 
Jervlce Hall. 
Peter Smith. 
Calep Townsend. 
John Abit. 
Jonathan Hoops. 



5th Class. 



Jostph Tremble. 
Wm. Todd. 
Ellis Davis. 
Lawrence Cox. 
Phillip McCardel. 
Geo. Garratt, W. S. 
Joshua Smith. 

Thomas Russell. 
Mathias Finger. 
Joseph Rea. 
Sam'el Jefferies. 
Thos. Patterson. 



John Hartley. 
Joseph Mallin. 
Wm. Russell. 
Jacob Hoffman. 
Thos. Gray. 
John Bean. 



6th Class. 



John Mathers. 

John Smith, Tanner. 

Sam'el Parsons. 

Peter Boiling. 

John Smith, B. Smith. 



7th Class. 



Wm. Patterson. 
Jo-in Newland. 
Thos. Morris. 
Mishael Rodgers. 
Jessey Jefferies. 
Levi Evans. 
John Cain. 



Patrick Cannon. 
Isaack Speakman. 
Adley Brown. 
David Meridlth. 
Thos. Hollis. 
Jesey Talkinton. 
Thos. Carr. 



8th Class. 



Jacob Zooke. 
Wm. Smith. 
Jessey Bean. 
John Ferrill. 



James Walker. 
Isaack Huges. 
James Thomas. 
James Hoops. 



I certify the within Roll to be Just & True to the Best of 
My Knowledge. 

EVAN ANDERSON, Capf n. 
ihis Roll Ends at field Day, May 24th, 178L 

pr. EVAN ANDERSON, Capt'n. 



624 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



MUSTER ROLL OP CAPT. EVAN ANDERSONS COMPANY 
OF WESTWHITBLAND AND NORTH GOSHEN COM- 
PANY OF MILITIA COMMENCING THE 1ST DAY OF 
OCTOBER. 1781. (c.) 



Captain. 
Evan Anderson. 

Ueutenant. 
Dan'l Bo wen. 

Ensign. 
David Meridith. 

Sergeant. 
Wm. Hamilton. 



1st Class. 



Joseph Bond. 
Geo. Garratt. 
Henry Hoops. 
John Bowen. 
Jessey Hoops. 
Rich'd Jefferies. 



John Cuthbert. 
Wm. Atherton. 
Geo. Guest. 
Joshua Williams. 
Geo. Hollis. 
Geo. Moyers. 



2nd Class. 



Joseph Dawler. 
Wm. Bean, Junr. 
Danl. Merideth. 
Geo. Smith. 
Isaaclc Reese. 
Wm. Docherty. 
John Ingram. 



Wm. Ingram. 
James Brown. 
Bzekiel Rigg. 
Calpp Thomson. 



John Thomson. 
Thos. Mallin, Junr. 
Jessey Stringfellow. 
John Pile. 
Jacob Bear. 
John Quin. 



3rd Class. 



Richd. White. 
Jonathan Garratt. 
John Bull. 
John Chalfant. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



625 



John Richardson. 
Geo. Davis. 
Edward Wilson. 



John Jacobs. 
John Boyers. 
Flower Oakes. 
Geo. Thomas. 
James Dunwoody. 
Henry Zooke. 



James Oliver. 
Jonathan Hoops. 



41h Clas^. 



Aquilla Jones. 
Jervis Hall. 
Peter Smith. 
Gallup Townsind. 
John Abit. 
Peter Osburn. 



5th Class. 



Joseph Tremble. 
Wm. Todd. 
Ellis Davis. 
I^awrence Cox. 
Phillip McCardell. 
Geo. Garratt, W. S. 
Joshua Smith. 



John Hartley. 
Joseph Mallin. 
Wm. Russell. 
Jacob Hoffman. 
Thos. viray. 
John Bean. 
John McDermond. 



6th Class. 



Thos. Russell. 
Mathias Finger. 
Joseph Rea. 
Saml. Jefferies. 
Thos. Patterson. 



John Mathers. 
John Smith, tanner. 
Saml. Parsons. 
Peter Bollng. 
Ruben England. 



7th Class. 



Wm. Patterson. 
John Newland. 
Thos. Morris. 
Mishael Rodgers. 
Jessey Jefferies. 
Levi Evans. 
John Cain. 



Jacob Zooke. 
Wm. Smith. 



Patrick Cannon. 
Isaack Speakman. 
Adley Brown. 
Thos. Hollls. 
Jessey Talkinton. 
Thos. Carr. 



8th Class. 



Jesse Bean. 
Saml. Johnson. 



40— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



626 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



John Ferrin. 
Isaack Huges. 
James Thomas. 



Joseph Brown. 
David Carney. 
James Hoops. 



I Do hereby certify the yrithln Roll to be Just and True To 
the Best of my Knowledge. 

EVAN ANDERSON, Capt 



A RETURN OP THE MALE WHITE, IN THE TOWNSHIP OF 
RADNOR MADE LIABLE TO SERVE IN TE MILITIA 
FOR YE LATTER PART OF YE YEAR 1781. (c) 



Radner Roll for ye Latter Part of 1781. 

Names. 

Captain. 

Mord. Morgan. 

Lieutenant. 
Wm. Read. 

Ensign. 
Rlchd. Thomas. 

Sergeants. 
Jesly Gyger. 

Privates. 



Grlff'th James. 
George Siter. 
Enoch Morgan. 
Paul Sherradin. 
Aljal'n Alloway. 
Isaac Davis. 
Wm. Jenings. 
Enos Miles. 
Mark Evans. 
Ja.s. Hunter. 



Jonas Yoakam. 
Miles Thomas. 
Elisha Evans. 
George Adams. 
Robt. Mather. 
Jas. Cockran. 
Manassh (?) Miles. 
Kredrk. Bittle. 
Saml. Bittle. 
Jas. McDaniel. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



627 



Nath'nl Davis. 
Nath'nl Moore. 
Ezra Smith. 
John Thomas, store. 
Evan Lewis. 
Jno. Buley. 
Quill Evans. 
Abrm. Free. 
Saml. Harry. 
Joseph Matlack. 
Levi Adams. 
Norris Thomas. 
Owen Sltelton. 
Petr. Thomas. 
Jno. Jones. 
Chrstphr. White. 
Jno. Meredith. 
Jno. Loosly. 
Levi Lewis. 
Lewis Lewis. 
Cermn. Dicky. 
Saml. Pugh. 
Jno. Pugh. 
Jno. Brooke, 
henjn. Davis. 
Simn. Matlack. 
Amos Thomas. 
Jno. Reed. 
Wm. Matlack. 
Josh'a Thomas. 
Wm. Lee. 
Danl. Maule. 
Adam Siter. 
Henry Lewis. 
Jno. Morgan. 
Dav'd Phillips. 
r,eore:e White. 



Jno. Thomas, Smith. 
Saml. McMinn. 
Danl. Evans. 
Jas. Read. 
Owen Donelly. 
Jno. Siter. 
Evan Roberts. 
Allexad'r Clay. 
George Dunn. 
Thos. Butler. 
Gill Pennington. 
Nichols. Beard. 
Enoch Davis. 
Jno. Bittle. 
Abrm. Bittle. 
Robt. Kennedy. 
Isaac Abram. 
Jesse Kare. 
Jno. Morris. 
George Morris. 
Wm. Thomas. 
Lawrence Trexler. 
Robt. Martin. 
Richd. Miles. 
Jacb. White. 
Saml. Pauling. 
Henry Ramsoar. 
Cornls. Hopper. 
Wm. Bailey. 
Davis Read. 
Dav'd Corneg. 
Josph. Barger. 
Wm. Siter. 
David John. 
Jacob Maule. 
Jesse Brooke. 
Wm. Levy. 



We Do Hereby certify that the within is a true Return of 
the persons of ye year 1781. 

MORD. MORGAN, Junr., Capt. 

pr. WILLIAM READ, Lieut. 

Radnor, Nov. ye 26th, 178L 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



ilUSTER ROLL OP CAPT. EVAN ANDERSON'S COMPANY 
OF WEST WHITBLAND AND NORTH PART GOSHBN 
FOR THE FORE PART OF 1781. (c.) 



Capt. Evan Anderson. 

Lieut. Levi Evans. 

Ensign Wm. Russell. 



Andrew Hambleton. 



Sergts. 

Thos. Frame. 



Ist Class. 



Joseph Bond. 
Henry Hoops. 
John Bowen. 
Jessey Hoops, 
^o. Hollis. 
Geo. Garrett, lesser. 
John Cuthbert. 
Wm. Atherton, Sen'r. 
Wm. Steapleton. 

Wm. Bean, Jun. 
Danl. Meredith. 
Geo. Smith. 
John Ingram. 
John Thomson. 
John Pile. 
Abraham Vernon. 

Wm. Ingram. 
Calep Thomson. 
Richard White. 
Jonathan Garratt. 
John Bull. 
John Chalphant. 
John Richardson. 
Charles Craven. 
Geo. Davis. 



Jessey Oakes. 
James Maxwell. 
David Meredith. 
Robart Ingram. 
Abner Dolbey. 
James McComick. 
Lot Evans. 
Jessey Rodgers. 



Class. 2. 



James Clark. 
Geo. Swego. 
Aaron Thomson. 
Wm. Reese. 
Eaphraim Jones. 
Patrick McGlogin. 



3rd Class. 



Jehu Brown. 
James Hollis. 
John Smith. 
Wm. Worthington. 
Joshua Williams. 
John Cain. 
Joseph Johnson. 
Saml. Ingram. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



629 



4th Class. 



John Dunwoody. 
John Jacobs. 
John Boyer. 
Flower Oakes. 
Geo. Thomas. 
James Dunwoody. 
Henry Zooke. 
Jervis Hall. 



Jonathan Hoops. 
Peter Smith. 
Charles Wollerton. 
Joseph Baymount. 
Thos. Reynolds. 
Jonathan Watkins. 
Benj'n Jacobs. 
Wm. Lewis. 



5th Class. 



Wm. Todd. 
Ellis Davis. 
Lawrence Cox. 
Geo. Garratt. 
Jacob Hoffman. 
Francis Hoops. 
Thos. Gray. 
Thos. Patterson. 
Phillip Sheffer. 



Mathias Finger. 
Saml. Jefferies. 
Robart Hawley. 
Wm. Thomson. 
Abner Jones. 
Joseph Jackson. 
Wm. Atherton, Jun. 
Thos. Lloyd. 



Israll Brown. 
James Sturk. 
Nathan Rambo. 
John Hoffman. 
Geo. Gray. 
Francis Tumbelson. 
David Lewis. 
Joshua Bowen. 



6th Class. 



Peter Boling. 
Christopher Boyerley. 
John Quin. 
Wm. Richards. 
Thos. Patton. 
David Lewis, Taylor. 
Peter Osburn. 
Arther Ellis. 



7th Class. 



Wm. Patterson. 
John Newland. 
Thos. Morris. 
Michael Rodgers. 
Patrick Cannon. 
Isaack Speakman. 
Adley Brown. 
John Jefferies. 
David Aspridge. 



Thos. Carr. 

Dan'l Preston. 

Thos. Moore. 

John Jefferies, Sam's son. 

Sam'l Parsons. 

Jessey Rea. 

Joseph Hare. 

Jessey Bean. 



630 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



8th Class. 



Jacob Zook. 
Wm. Smith. 
John Ferrill. 
James Thomas. 
Geo. Chapman. 
Richard Richards. 
James Rodgers. 
Israel Davis. 
BenJ'n Moore. 



Isaack Williams. 
Wm. Retten. 
James Walker. 
Joseph Russell. 
Adam Wear. 
Geo. Sturk. 
Christian Dur. 
Wm. Russell. 



MUSTER ROLL OP WILLISTON COMPANY FOR THE 
FORE PART OF THE YEAR 1781. 



Pr. Mee. 



JOHN HARRIS, Capt. (c.) 



Captain. 
Jno. Harris. 

Lieutenant. 
Joseph Boggs. 

Ensign. 
Elexander Boggs. 



1st Class. 



John Taylor, Serj. 
Ezekiel Griffith. 
Calob Meris. 
Samuel Hibbard. 
Jno. Briggs. 

Edward Celley, 2d Serjt. 
Thomas Dolbey. 
David Davis. 
Griffith Jones. 
Jacob Lewis. 



Jeffrah Sniedley. 
John Lloyd. 
George Harris. 
John Manley. 



2nd Class. 



Thomas Jones. 
James Arnold. 
Malin Dunn. 
Enoch Malin. 
Amos Garrett. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



631 



Jno. Smedley. 
Jno. Griffith. 
Jno. Bradley. 
Evan Jones. 



George Yarnall. 
Ezekiel James. 
Nathan Williams. 
JeBse Harris. 



3rd Class. 



Isaac James. 
Thomas Gliston. 
Wm. King. 
Richard Butlar. 
Daniel Smedley. 
Aaron Garrett. 



John Erwin. 
Abraham King. 
Thomas Lloyd. 
Jeptha Garrett. 
John Guinn. 
Samuel Jones. 



4th Class. 



David Williams. 
Isaac Malin. 
Nathaniel Grubb. 
Benjamin Hibbard. 
Mickal Sill. 
Thomas Garrett. 



Benjamin Cox. 
John Howel. 
Nathan Lewis. 
Jesse Garrett. 
Joseph Hampton. 



Samuel Garrett. 
Hennery Cort. 
Daniel Cornogg. 
Wm. Cox. 
Joseph Ezra. 



5th Class. 



John Traynor. 
Thomas Hibbin. 
Richard Cox. 
Richard Peaarce. 
Thomas Nelson. 



6th Class. 



Joseph Smedley. 
Wm. Sheldron. 
Thomas Smedley. 
Phineas Hibbard. 
Wm. Garrett. 



Thomas Hall. 
Jesse Taylor. 
Lewis Williams. 
Joseph Pierce. 
Jacob Matson. 



John Davis. 
William Bowen. 
Joshua Evans. 
Calob Hibbard. 
Josiah Garrett. 



7th Class. 



Wm. Lloyd. 
David Davis. 
Isaac Garritt. 
Samuel Garrett, Junr. 
Isaac Griffith. 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 
8th Class. 



Jonathan Evans. 
Elisha Taylor. 
Joseph Collins. 
Joseph Rowland. 



Owen Brook. 
John McCoy. 
James Thomas (of Goshen). 



A UST OF CAPT'N JOS. JOHNSON'S COMPANY OF THK 
TOWNSHIP OF GOSHEN FOR THE FIRST PART OF 
YEAR 1781. (c.) 



Richard Richards. 
James Stuard. 



Jesse Rattue. 
Josiah Haines. 
George Ashbridge. 
Ellis Williams. 
Phiuehas Lewis. 



Robert Rushton. 
Saml, Hoopes. 
Edw'd Hicks. 
George Enterkin. 
Geo. Williamson. 
John Rattue. 
Benj'n Matlock. 



Captain. 
Jos. Johnson. 
Lieutenant. 
Alex'r Boggs. 

Insign. 

John Johnson. 

Sergeants. 

Aaron Forrester. 

1st Class. 

Jos. Hunt. 
David Cole. 
Hugh Deborah. 
(j<:orge Mouser. 
Wm. Godfrey. 

2nd Class. 



Ezekiel James. 
Nathan Williams. 
Thos. Williamson. 
John Hutchinson. 
Enoch Gorman. 
Isreals Hoopes. 



^^^^^H ^^^H'" 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



633 



3rd Class. 



James Garrett. 
Rich'd Jones, Junr. 
James Pierce, Junr. 
Jno. Mechem. 
George Matlock. 
Isaac James. 

Richard Jones. 
James Clark. 
Isaac Williams. 
Wm. Rattiie. 
George Pierce. 
Jdo. Mlllison. 
Jos. Mercer. 
Thos. Holston. 



Wm. Reece. 
Morris Thomas. 
Samuel Oliver. 
Phlnehas Eachus. 
Ezeklel Yearnell. 



4th Class. 



Jos. Beaumount. 
Henry O' Nell. 
Godfrey Hibberd. 
Henry Woodward. 
Mathew Prltchard. 
John Murtland. 
Rob't Wager. 
Thos. Clark. 



5th Class. 



Ellis Davice. 
Nathan Hoopes. 
Sampson Barnet. 
Josh'a Weaver. 
Seth Eveston. 
Saml. Wain, Junr. 
Rich'd Goodwin. 
Abraham Pratt 



Jacob Haines. 
Phillip Reece. 
Adiy Brown. 
Saml. Hodge. 
Jos. Brown. 
Gideon Williamson. 
Jno. Wooly. 
Isaac Goodwin. 



Jon'a Matlock. 
Jno. Spikeman. 
Isaac Williams, Jr. 
Amos Matlock. 
Wm. Johnson. 



6th Class. 

Jos. Cooper. 
Saml. Phipps. 
Ralph Forrester. 
Thomas Patterson. 
Joseph Fox. 



Wm. Wain. 
Charles Carter. 
Isaac Haines. Junr. 
Jos. Garrett. 
Hans F. Hiaer. 
Geo. Hoopes. 
Wm. Eachus, 



7th Class. 

Thos. Hoopes. 
Geo. Bradly. 
Enos Thomas. 
Wm. Spikeman. 
Abs'm Boak. 
.Ino. Chamberlain. 
Levi Masey. 



684 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



8th ClasB. 



Jacob Tressel. 
Jos. Hoopes. 
Jesse Davlce. 
Josh Ashbridge. 
Wm. Sharpless. 
James Simrall. 
Francis Hoopes. 



Jas. Underwood. 

Jonathan Hibbs. 

John Hoskins. 

Nathaniel Norgrow. 

John Underwood. 

David Smedley. 

Calob Taylor (Light Hojrseman'} 



A Just and True Return by me. 



JOS. JOHNSON, Capt. 



RADNOR ROLL FOR THE FIRST PART OF THB TEAR 
178L (c.) 





Capt. 




Mord'ai Morgan. 




Lieut. 




Wm. Read. 




Ensign. 




Richd. Thomas. 




Serjts. 


Jesse Gyger. 


Griffith James. 




Privates. 


George Siter. 


Miles Thomas. 


Enoch Morgan. 


Elisha Evans. 


Paul Sherradin. 


George Adams. 


Aija'en Alloway. 


Robt. Mathers. 


Isaac Davis. 


Jas. Cochran. 


Wm. Jennings. 


Manasseh Miles. 


Enos Miles. 


Fredk Bittle. 


Mark Evans. 


Saml. Bittle. 


Jas. Hunter. 


Jas. McDaniel. 


Jonas Yokam. 


Nath'n Moore. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER 



635 



Ezra Smith. 
John Thomas. 
Evan Lewis. 
Jno. Baley. 
Quill Evans. 
Abr'm Free. 
Saml. Harry. 
Joseph Matlack. 
Levi Adams. 
Norris Thomas. 
Owen Skelton. 
Jas. Miles. 
Peter Thomas. 
John Jones. 
Christ'pr White. 
John Meredith. 
Levi Lewis (Lame). 
Lewis Lewis. 
German Dicky. 
Saml. Pugh. 
John Pugh. 
Jno. Brooke. 
Benj'n Davis. 
Sim'n Matlack. 
Amos Thomas. 
Jno. Read. 
Wm. Matlack. 
Joshua Thomas. 
Wm. Lee. 
Danl. Maule. 
Adam Siter. 
Henry Lewis. 
Jno. Morgan. 



Jesse Yokam. 
David Phillips. 
George White. 
John Thomas (Smith). 
Saml. McMinn. 
Daniel Evans. 
Jas. Read. 
Owen Dannelly. 
Evan Roberts. 
Jno. Siter. 
Alexander Clay. 
George Dunn. 
Thomas Butler. 
Gilbert Penington. 
Nicholas Beard. 
Enoch Davis. 
Jno. Bittle. 
Abr'm Bittle. 
Robt. Kennedy. 
Nathl'n Davis. 
Isaac Abram. 
Jesse Kare. 
Jno. Morris. 
George Morris. 
Wm. Thomas. 
Lawrence Trealer. 
Rob't Martin. 
Richd. Miles. 
Jacob White. 
Saml. Pawling. 
Henry Ramsower. 
Wm. Bailey. 



I do Hereby Certify that the within is a true Return of the 
Persons Names, year 1781. 

P'r MORD'AI MORGAN, Jun., Capt. 



686 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



MUSTER ROLL OP CAPT. SAMPSON THOMAS COMPANY 
FOR FIRST PART OF THE YEAR 1781. (c.) 



John Buckwalter. 
Samuel John. 
Robert Erwine. 
Isaac Starr. 
Jacob Ponnypacker. 
John King. 
John Filman. 
George Skolfleld. 
Henry Smith. 



Capt. 

Sampson Thomas. 

Lieut. 

James Davis. 

Ensign. 

Samuel Roberts. 

Ist Class. 

Ezekiel Alex'r. 
Ephraim Jones. 
Ellas Brown. 
Fetter Klmes. 
James Davis Glaudy. 
Richard Tomkins. 
James Williams. 
Jacob Yarner. 
Wm. Dlckeson. 



2nd Class. 



Robert Rooks. 
Thomas Hill. 
Fred'k Foos. 
Roger Little. 
Joshua John. 
Samuel Lane. 
John Jones. 

Alex'r McCalla. 
Christian Whisler. 
John Williams. 
Joseph Starr. 
James Alex'r. 
Jonathan James. 
Martin Sheanholts, Jr. 
John I^ngstreth. 



John Buzard. 
George Vesler. 
Christ'r Good. 
Samuel Byers. 
Samuel Brooks. 
Fetter Smith. 



3rd Class. 



Daniel Rossiter. 
John Fergrin. 
Aron Duncan, 
Israel Cox. 
Jacob Becker. 
Christian Holderman. 
William Nowls. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER 



637 



4th Class. 



Jonathan Wells. 
BenJ*n Griffith. 
Fred'k Place. 
Robert Allen. 
Martin Sheanholts, Senr. 
Thomas Rossiter. 
John Sturk. 
Cunrad filman. 



Jacob Humble. 
Elijah Funk. 
Boston Waggoner. 
Benj'n Longstreth. 
Petter Dehaven. 



Jonathan Lutes. 
John Iry. 
Thomas Robinson. 
Wm. Wm. Carpenter. 
John Davis. 
Benjn. Jones. 
Barney Rap. 



5th Class. 



John Triby. 
David Lewis. 
John Salsberry. 
Aaron Stover. 
Petter Moses. 



6th Class. 



Christian Maris. 
Wm. Lewellyn. 
John Nettles. 
Elijah Jones. 
George McElhenny. 
Anthony Warner. 
John Maris. 
James Hodge. 
Samuel Torbert. 
Wm. Brown. 



Mordicai Wm's. 
Wm. Jones. 
James Boyles. 
John Byers. 
Amos John. 
Derrish Klser. 
Abijah Griffith. 
Isaac Anderson. 
Theophlus Davis. 
Wm. Wm. Mason. 



7th Class. 



Isaac Morgan. 
Dan'l Buckwalter. 
Georpe Rooks. 
Thomas Bodey. 
Anthony Housem. 
Mat hi as Foos. 
Jedldiah Griffith. 
John Turk. 



Wm. Turk. 
Ephraim Turk. 
Lewellyn Davis. 
Israel Davis. 
Levi Jones. 
Yost Smith. 
Mathias Pennypacke: 
Jesse Roberts. 



John Allen. 
Moses Coats, Junr. 



8th Class. 



David Deel. 
pavid Buckwalter. 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



James Vallence. 
Levi Randle. 
Isaac James. 
Abraham Holderman. 
Owen Glancy. 
Wm. Cooper. 



Thomas Barton. 
John Lyons. 
James Craven. 
Fred'k Geaihart 
Hugh Que. 
Thomas Steel. 



THE RETURN OF CAPT. JOHN HARRIS COMPANY OF 
WILLIS TOWN FOR YE LAST PART OF 1781. (c.) 





Capt. 




John Harris. 




Lieut 




Joseph Boggs. 




Ensign. 




Alex'dr Boggs. 




Serjts. 




Ist, John Telor. 




2nd, Edward Celly. 




Ist Class. 


Ezeklel Griffith. 


Jeffrah Smedley. 


Calub Maris. 


John Loyd. 


Samuel Hibbard. 


George Harris. 


John Briggs. 






2nd Class. 


Thomas Dolbey. 


Amos Garrett. 


David Davis. 


John Smedley. 


Griffith Jones. 


John Griffith. 


Jacob Lewis. 


John Bradley. 


Thomas Jones. 


Evan Jones (Gone) 


James Arnold. 


George Yarnall. 


Melin Dunn. 


Kzckicl James. 


Enoch Mellin. 


Jesee Harris. 



Itichard Butler. 
Danl. Smedley. 
Aron Garrett. 
John Errwin. 
Abraham King. 
Thomas Loyd. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 

3rd Class. 

Jeptha Garrett. 
Nath'nl Grubb. 
Isaac Heames. 
John Gwin. 
Samuel John. 
Wm. King. 



4th Class. 



Jonathan Moore. 
Isaac Mellin. 
Nath'nl Grubb. 
Beneaman Hibbord. 
Michall Sills. 
Thomas Garrett. 



Samuel Garrett. 
Hennerey Carte. 
Danl. Cornog. 
Wm. Cox. 
Joseph Bssey. 



5th Class. 



Benjamin Cox. 
John Howel. 
Nathan Lewis. 
Jesse Garrett. 
Joseph Hamton. 
John Trenor. 



Thomas Hibbins. 
Richard Cox. 
Richard Peerce. 
Joshua Harris. 
Thomas Nelson. 



Joseph Smedley. 
Wm. Sheldron. 
Phinias Hibbord. 
Thomas Smedley. 
Wm. Garrett. 



6th Class. 



Thomas Hall. 
Lewis Williams. 
Joseph Peerce. 
Nathan Williams. 
Jacob Matson. 



7th Class. 



John Davis. 
Wm. Bowen. 
Joshua Evans. 
Calub Hibbard. 
Josiah Garrett. 



Wm. Lloyd. 
David Davis. 
Isaac Garrett. 
Samuel Garrett. 
Isaac Griffith. 



640 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



8th Class. 



Jonathan Evans. 
Elisha Telor. 
Joseph Collins. 
Joseph Rowland. 



Owen Brooks. 
John McCoy. 
Wm. Hartt 



I do hereby that the within is a True Return according to 
the Best of my Knowledge. 

By Me, JOHN HARRIS, Capt. 



A REPORT OR RETURN OF THE MILITIA COMP'Y OF 
EASTOWN, COMMANDED BY CAPT. MOORE, FOR THE 
LATTER PART OF THE YEAR 1781. (c.) 



Robert Stephens. 



Names. 




Officers. 




Israel Moore, 


Capt. 


Chrlstop. Rue. 


Lieut. 


avid Lewellyn, 


Ensign. 


Sergeants 




Wm. 


Reed. 



Wm. Steel. 



Fifer and Drummer. 

Abraham Buttlcr. 



Privates. 



Samuel Junkin. 
David Junkin. 
John Junkin. 
Thomas Welch. 
Wm. Hunter. 
David Reece. 
Griffith Williams. 
Nathan Scott. 
Peter Uble. 
Benjamin Galleher. 



Thomas Thomas. 
Caspar White. 
Morris Morris. 
Anthony Morris. 
Wm. Hannah. 
Michael Binger. 
John Lewellyn. 
Thomas Davis. 
James Morris. 
Dan'l Mf^Cahan. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



641 



Sam*l Moore, Oone out of 

town. 
John Evans. 
Robert Shannon. 
George Lee. 
George McNeely. 
Henry Fox. 
Martin Potterff. 
Phineas Massey. 
Thomas Masey. 
Joseph Massey. 
John Steel, Jun'r. 
Israel Jacobs. 
Saml. Bell. 
Thomas Morgan. 
James Page. 
Dan'l McAfee. 
Whiteh'd Weatherby. 
Jesse Harris. 
Saml. Thomas. 
Joseph Thomas. 
George Battin. 
Thomas Ellis. 
John Baker. 
John Moore. 
Rich'd Morris. 
William Langdon. 
Enock Yarnell. 
Joshua Yarnell. 
Caleb Yarnell. 
Amos Yarnell. 



Joseph Hibbert. 
Isaac Yarnell. 
Isaac Yarnell. 
Wm. Warnack. 
Joseph Essery. 
Dan'l Hoops. 
Townsend Thomas. 
Feelix Laverty. 
Isaac Richards. 
Caleb Smedley. 
James Dickinson. 
Benjamin Baker. 
John GofT. 
James Steel. 
Caleb Yarnell. 
Thomas Jones. 
Dan'l Dowling. 
Rich'd Adams. 
Peter Steel. 
Jacob Stillwaggon. 
Mich'l Bowman. 
William Elliot. 
William Kearney. 
Isaac Thomas. 
Evan Griffith. 
Joseph Phillips. 
Lewis Morris. 
John Tucker. 
Fredrick Lautis. 
Benjamin Brown. 



I do certify the above to be a just & true Return, Dec. 24th, 
1781. 

CHRISTOPHER RUE, Lt. 



CAPT. WM. HARRIS'S RETURN TO LT. COL. JNO. 
THOLOMEW IN THE YEAR 178L (c.) 



BAR- 



Sam'l Richison. 
John Malin. 
Petar Mathers. 
41— Vol. 



Malcom McMellin. 
Joseph Liwes. 
Edw'd Lamey. 



V— 5th Ser. 



642 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Charles Pennington. 
Abraham Sook. 
Peter Sellars. 
David Christy. 
Philip Jones. 
Joseph Bartholomew. 
Miles Welch. 
James Stewart. 



Randle Malin, Jun'r. 
Edw'd McCardy. 
Henehy Sismanhauser. 
William Wilson. 
John Jeaney. 
Robart Anderson. 
John Carnegey. 
David Guntey. 
Charles McCoy. 
David Cloyd. 
Joseph Dilworth. 
Peter Larr. 
James Robinson. 
John Weaver. 



David Asbridge. 
Cornelas Dempsey. 
Jonathan Bowen. 
John Todd. 
Abednigo Jones. 
Stephen Bowen. 
Henery Lowe. 
Joseph Malin. 
Caleb Atherton. 
Michal Trivet. 
Mlchal Shimer. 
Jesse Davis. 



John McKinney. 
John Huffman. 
John Philips. 
Philip Burkit. 



Joshua Vernon. 
Frederick Tedrick. 
Griffith Thomas. 
Abraham Vernon. 
John Bowen. 
Josiah Hibbart. 
Rich'd Jacobs. 
William Richison. 
Jacob Malin. 
Isaac Lewes. 
Nathan Thomas. 
Philip More. 
John Adams. 
Edw'd Bell. 
Philip Smith. 



John Sook. 

Jacob Coffman. 

John Templeton, Jun'r. 

Thomas Scott. 

Jesse Reese. 

John John. 

Charles Carter. 

Abraham Coleman. 

George Lapp. 

John Page. 

Jacob Blacksmith. 



Capt. William Harris. 
It. Davis Kerlin. 
Knsign Thos. Cummins. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



643 



A UST OF CAPT. JOSEPH JOHNSON'S COMPANY OF THE 
TOWNSHIP OF GOSHEN, 1781. (c.) 



Capt. 
Jos. Johnson. 

Lieut. 
Alex. Boggs. 

Ensign. 
Jno. Johnson. 



Richard Richards. 
James Stuart. 



Jesse Rettue. 
Josiah Haines. 
Geo. Astibridge. 
Ellis Williams. 



Serjeants. 

Aaron Forrester. 

1st Class. 

Phineas Lewis. 
Joseph Hunt. 
Hugh Debory. 
Geo. Mouser. 



2nd Class. 



Robert Rushton. 
Sam'l Hoopes. 
Edw'd Hicks. 
Geo. Entriken. 
George Williamson. 
John Rattue. 



Benj'n Matlock. 
Ezekiel James. 
Nathan Hoopes. 
Thos. Williamson. 
John Hutchinson. 
Isreal Hoopes. 



3rd Class. 



James Garrett. 
Richard Jones, Jun. 
James Pierce, Jun'r. 
Jno. Mechem. 
Geo. Matlock. 
Moses Pierce, 



Isaac James. 
Wm. Riece. 
Morris Thomas. 
Saml. Oliver. 
Phineas Eachus. 
Ezekiel Yarnel. 



644 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Richard Jones. 
James Clark. 
Isaac Williams. 
Wm. Rattue. 
Geo. Pierce. 
Jno. MUlison. 
Joseph Mercer. 
Thos. Holston. 



4th Class. 

Jos. Beumont 
Henry O'Nell. 
Godfrey Hibbard. 
Henry Woodward. 
Mathew Pritchard. 
John Murtland. 
Robert Wager. 
Thomas Clark. 



Sampson Bamet. 
Josh. Weaver. 
Seth Bveston. 
Saml. Wain, Jun'r. 
Richard Goodwin. 
Abraham Pratt. 
Jacob Haines. 



5th Class. 

Phillip Riece. 
Adly Brown. 
Sam*l Hodge. 
Jos. Brown. 
Gideon Williamson. 
John Wooly. 
Isaac Goodwin. 



6th Class. 



Jon'a Matlock 
John Spikeman. 
Isaac Williamii, Jun'r. 
Amos Matlock. 
Wm. Johnson. 

William Wain. 
Isaac Haines, Jun'r. 
Joseph Garrett. 
Hans F. Hiser. 
Geo. Hoopes. 
Wm. Eachus. 
Thos. Hoopes. 



Jos. Cooper. 
Saml Phipp. 
Ralph Forrester. 
Joseph Fox. 



7th Class. 



Geo. Bradly. 

Enos Thomas. 

Wm. Spikeman (Lame). 

Absolam Boak. 

Jno. Chamberlain. 

Levi Masey. 



8th Class. 



Jacob Tressel. 
Joseph Hoopes. 
Jesse Davice. 
John Ashbridge. 
Wm. Sharpless. 
James Simral. 
Francis Hoopes. 

A True Return for the later part of the year. 

JOS. JOHNSON, Capt. 



James Underwood. 
Jonathan Hfbbs. 
John Hoskins. 
John Underwood. 
David Smedly. 
Calob Taylor, L. H. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



645 



LIEUT. DAVIS RERUNS RETURN TO COL. BBRTHOLO- 
MEW OF THE LAST FIVE DAYS MUSTERING IN YE 
YEAR 1781. (c.) 

Captain. 
Wm. Harris. 

Lieut. 
Davis Kerlin. 

Ensign. 
Thomas Cumming 



Class First. 



Edward Lammey. 
Sergeant Jno. Weaver. 
Samuel Richardson. 
John Malin. 
Peter Mathers. 
Malcom McMillin. 
Jos. Lewis. 



Charles Pennington. 
Abrm. Soock. 
Peter Sellers. 
David Cristy. 
Phillip Jones. 

Jas. Bertholomew, muster'd in 
Tredyflriere (?). 



Second Class. 



Miles Whelch. 
James Steward. 
Randel Malin, Jr. 
Edward McCardy. 
Henry Sismanhows. 

John Cannagey. 
David Gunty. 
James Miller. 



Wm. Wilson. 
John Teany. 
Robert Anderson. 
Jorge Lapp. 



Third Class. 



John I^w. 
Charles McCoy. 
John Page. 



David Cloyd. 
Joseph Dilworth. 
Peter Larr. 
James Robertson. 
David Ashridge. 



Fourth Class. 



Cornelas Demsey. 
Jonethan Bowin. 
Jno. Todd. 
Abenigo Jones. 



e4e 



ASaOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Fifth CliMn. 



Stephen Bowin. 
Heiury Low. 
Joseph Malln. 
Callp Atherton. 



Jno. Hufman. 
Jno. Phillips. 
Phillip Burkit. 
Jas. Vamum. 



Michal Trevit. 
Mlchal Shlmer. 
Jerry Davis. 
John McKinney. 



Sixth Class. 



Fredrick Terlck. 
Grith Thomas. 
Abram Vamon. 
John Bowen. 



Seventh Class. 



Joslan Hlbbert. 
Richard Jacobs. 
Wm. Richardson. 
Jacob Malin. 

John Adams. 
Edward Well. 
Phillip Smith. 
Jno. Soock. 
Jacob Cofman. 
Jno. Templeton. 



Isaac Lewis. 
Nathan Thomas. 
Phillip Moor. 



Eighth Class. 



Thomas Scout. 
Jesse Reeve. 
Jno. John. 
Charles Castor. 
Abram Coleman. 



I do certify that the above is a Just and True Return of the 
five last Days of Mustering in the above year, according to 
the Best of my knowledge. 

Certified by 

DAVID KERLIN, Lieut 



A RETURN OF CAPTAIN CHARLES REED'S CLASS ROLE. 
ANNO DOMINI 1781. (c.) 



Captain. 
Chas. Reed. 

lieutenant. 
Lewis Reno. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



647 



Ensign. 
Azariah Dunn. 



Thomas Young, 
bhadrach Stillwell. 



James Dinsmore. 
Adam Hickman. 
Charles Reno. 
Fredrech Lasnett. 
William Miller. 



George Reno. 
John Armstrong. 
Thomas Connyrs. 
Abraham Slovers. 
George Tharp. 



Samuel McCown. 
William Herring. 
Henry Boatman. 
James Kirkpatrick 
Andrew Finks. 



William Brice. 
Abel Morgan. 
Jonathan Martin. 
Jacob Henson. 
John Slover. 



Thomas Reed. 
Joseph Ross. 
Samuel Dunn. 
James Karnes. 
James Coanyrs. 



Sergennts. , 

Dennis Connyrs. 

1st Class. 

Francis Lasnett. 
Thomas Everett. 
John Fossett. 
Miles Wilson. 

2nd Class. 

Tobias Mintox. 
Robert Peatt. 
William Turner. 
Isaac Springer. 

3rd Class. 

John Herring. 
Mordecai Richards. 
Christian Lasnett. 
James Young. 

4th Class. 

James Dunnohew. 
Thomas Crail. 
Peter Wells. 
Richard Boys. 

5th Class. 

James Howlett. 
Jacob Clark. 
William Snodgrass. 
Samuel Stockwell. 



648 



A8S0CIAT0RS AND MILITIA. 



6th Clatt. 



Benjamin Pickrell. 
John McColough. 
Henry Miller. 
William Cochran. 
John Reed. 

Samuel Morgan. 
John Cano. 
Archabald Mclntlre. 
Christian Miller. 
John Martin. 



John Johnston. 
Stephen Richards. 
James Snodgrass. 
John Wells. 



7th Class. 



Joseph Johnston. 
Ebenezer Johnston. 
William Thomas. 
Joseph Scott. 
Patrick McDonold. 



John Goeson. 
Thomas Wakefield. 
James Lytell. 
William Qollahan. 
Enocn Springer. 



8th Class. 



Basil Swan. 
Enoch Lowe. 
Thomas Fossett. 
Thomas Suttler. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. SAMPSON THOMAS' CO., 7TH 
COMPANY, 4TH BATT. CHESTER CO. FOR THE YEAR 
1781. (c.) 



Captain.' 
Sampson Thomas. 

Ueut. 
James Davis. 

Ensign. 
Sam'l Roberts. 



John Hiickwaller. 
Saml. John. 
Robert Erwine. 



1st Class. 



Jacob Pennypacker. 
John King. 
Kenj. Boyers. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



649 



John Filman. 
George Sholfield. 
Henry Smith. 
Ezekiel Alex'r. 
Ephraim Jones. 



Elias Brown. 
Fetter Kimes. 
James Davis Glaudy. 
James Wms. 
Wm. Dickenson. 



2nd Class. 



Thomas Hill. 
Frederick Foos. 
Roger Little. 
Joshua John. 
Samuel Lain. 
John JoneSi 



John Buzard. 
George Vesler. 
Fetter Smith. 
Christopher Good. 
Saml. Byers. 
Samuel Brooks. 



3rd Class. 



Alex'r McCalla. 
Christian Whisler. 
John Williams. 
Thomas Roberts. 
Joseph Starr, Junr. 
Christian Holderman. 
James Alex'r. 
Jonathan James. 



Martin Sheanholts, Jr. 
John Longstreth. 
Daniel Rossiter. 
John Pergrin. 
William Nowls. 
Aron Duncan. 
Israel Cox. 



4th Class. 



Jonathan Wells. 
Benj. Griffith. 
Kred'k Flaw. 
Robert Allin. 
Martin Sheanholt, 
Thomas Rossiter. 
John Sherk. 
Canrad Filman. 



Sr. 



Jonathan Lutes. 

John Iry. 

William Williams, Captn. 

John Davis. 

Fhillip Srock. 

Denjn. Jones. 

Barney Rap. 



5th Class. 



Jacob Humble. 
Elijah Funk. 
Boston Waggoner. 
Benjn. IxDngstreth. 
Fetter Dehaven. 
John Triby. 



Bartholomew Fustle. 
David Lewis. 
John Salsberry. 
Aron Stover. 
Fetter Moses. 



660 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



6th Class. 



Christian Maris. 
William Lewellyn. 
John Nettles. 
Elijah Jones. 
George McElhenny. 
Anthony Warner. 
John Maris. 
James Hodge. 
Saml. Torbert. 



Wm. Brown. 
Mordicai Williams. 
Wm. Jones. 
Jaipes Boyles. 
John Byers. 
Amos John. 
John Humphreys. 
Theophilus Davis. 
Abijah Griffith. 



7th Class. 



Isaac Morgan. 
Daniel Buckwalter. 
Barnet Vanhorn. 
Thomas Bodly. 
Anthony Housem. 
Matthisas Foos. 
Jedediah Griffith. 
John Turk. 
William Turk. 

John Allen. 
Moses Coats. 
David Deil. 
David Buckwalter. 
James Vallence. 
Levi Handle. 
Isaac James. 
James Cloyd. 



Ephraim Turk. 
Lewellyn Davis. 
William Cavin. 
Israel Davis. 
Levi Jones. 
Yost Smith. 
Matthias Pennypacker. 
George Rooks. 



8th Class. 



Abraham holderman. 
Owen Glancy. 
William Cooper. 
Thomas Barton. 
John Lions. 
Thomas Steel. 
Samuel Davis. 



(c.) I certify that Conrad Rood performed his duty as a 
private in the company of Militia under my command in the 
years 1781-1782 & 1783. May 30th, 1785. 

JOHN QUANDRILL. 
Capt. 4th Batt. Chester County, Ridley ownship. 

Chester 
Signed the day & year aforesaid before 

JNO. PEARSON, J. P. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



651 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT'N EVAN ANDERSON'S COMPANY 
OF MILITIA FOR WESTWHITELAND AND NORTH 
PART OF GOSHEN COMMENCING APRIL 22, 1782. (c.) 



Capt. 
Evan Anderson. 

Lieut. 
Dan'l Bowen. 

Ensign. 
David Meredith. 



Wm. Hamilton. 



Serjte. 

Reese Evans. 



1st Class. 



Joseph Bond. 
Henry Hoops. 
John Bowen. 
Jessey Hoops. 
Isaack Williams. 
Geo. Hollis. 
Geo. Garratt Lessor. 



Richd. Jefferies. 
John Cuthbert. 
Wm. Atherton, Senr. 
Geo. Moyers, discharged. 
Wm. Steapleton. 
Saml. Hart, gone to sea. 
Arthur Cunningham. 



2nd Class. 



Wm. Bean, Jr. 
Dan'l Meredith, sick. 
Geo. Smith. 
Isaack Reese. 
Wm. Deckerty. 
John Ingram. 
John Tomson. 



Thos. Mallin, Junr. 
Jessey Stringfellow. 
John Pile. 
Abraham Vernon. 
Joseph Dawler, discharged. 
James Clark, Light Horse. 
Jacob Baymount. 



Wm. Ingram. 
Ezekiel Regg. 
Calep Tomson. 



3rd Class. 



Rich'd White. 
Jonathan Garratt. 
John Bull. 



662 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



John Chalphant 
Geo. Davis. 
John Richardson. 
James Oliver. 



Morris Thomas. 
Aquella Jones (Shoe'r). 
John Gallahar. 



4th Class. 



Justin 'McCarty. 
John Dunwoody. 
John Talkinton. 
John Jacobs. 
John Boyers. 
Flower Oakes. 
Geo. Thomas. 
James Dunwoody. 

Joseph Tremble. 
Wm. Todd. 
Ellis Davis. 
Lawrence Cox. 



Henry Zooke. 

Aquilla Jones (Miller). 

Jervis Hall. 

Jonathan Hoops. 

Peter Smith. 

John Abitt. 

Wm. Richards. 



5th Class. 



Wm. Reysell. 

Jacob Hoffman, at Badstow. 

Francis Hoops. 

Edward Bell. 



Phillip McCardell, unfit duty. Abraham Shefer. 



Geo. Garratt, W. S. 
Joseph Mallin. 



Thos Gray. 
John Bean. 



6th Clafs. 
Mathias Finger, Not fit duty. Joseph Jackson. 



Saml. Jefferies. 
Wm. Jefferies. 
Robart Hawley. 
Wm. Beale, Junr. 
Wm. Thomson. 
Abner Jones. 
Mich'n McCown. 



Wm. Athurton, Junr. 
Tho's Lloyd. 
John Smith (Tanner). 
Peter Bollng. 
Cristopher Boyerly. 
John Quin. 



7th Class. 



Wm. Patterson. 
John Newland. 
Thos. Morris. 
Michael Rodgers. 
Levi Evans. 
Patrick Cannon. 
Isaack Speakman. 
Adley Brown. 
John Jefferies. 



Jacob Umphries. unfit Duty. 

David Aspridge. 

Tho's Carr. 

Dan'l Preston. 

Tho's Moore. 

John Rea. 

Jessey Rea. 

Jessey Talkinton, 



Jacob Zooke. 
Wm. Smith. 
Jessey Bean. 
John Ferrell. 
James Thomas. 
James Hoops. 
Phillip Jones. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



8th Class. 



653 



Geo. Chapman, attend East 

Whiteland. 
Richd. Richards. 
James Rodgers. 
Israel Davis. 
Joseph Baymount. 



I do hereby certify the within Roll to be Just and true to 
the best of my knowledge. 

EVAN ANDERSON, Capt. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTN. EVAN ANDERSONS COMPANY 
OF WEST WHITELAND AND NORTH PART OF GOSHEN 
COMMENCING OCTOBER 7, 1782. (c.) 



Officers. 

Captain. 

Evan Anderson. 

Lieutenant. 
Dan'l Bowen. 

Ensign. 

David Meridith. 

Sergt. to both gone out of Company. 



1st Class. 



Joseph Bond. 
Henry Hoops. 
John Bowen. 
Jessey Hoops. 
Joshua Williams. 
Geo. Hollis. 
Geo. Garratt Lesser. 
Richd. Jefferies. 



654 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



John Cuthbert. 

Wm. Athurton, Senr. 

Geo. Moyers. 

Wm. Steapleton. 

baml. Hartt, on ship board. 

Arthur Cunningham. 

2nd Class. 
Wm. Bean. 

Danl. Meridith. still sick. 
Geo. Smith. 
Isaach Reess. 
Wm. Docherty. 
John Ingram, still sick. 
John Tomson, sick. 
Thos. Mallin, Junr., not to be found. 
Jessey Stringfellow, not to be found. 
John Pile. 
Abraham Vernon. 
James Clark. Light Horse. 
Jacob Baymount. 



3rd Class. 



Wm. Ingram. 
Ezikiel Rigg. 
Calep Thomson. 
Riohd. White. 
Jonath*n Garratt. 
John Bull. 
John Chalphant. 
John Richardson. 
Geo. Davis. 
James Olliver. 
Morris Thomas. 
Aquilla Jones, Shoe. 
John Galaher. 



4th Class. 



Jestin McCarty. 
John Dunwoody. 
John Talkinton. 
John Jacobs. 
John Boyers. 
Flower Oakes. 
Geo. Thomas. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



655 



James Dunwoody. 
Henry Zooke. 
Aquilla Jones M. 
Jervis Hall. 
Jonathan Hoops. 
Peter Smith. 
John Abit. 
Wm. Richards. 

5th Class. 
Joseph Tremble. 
Wm. Todd. 
Ellis Davis. 
Lawrence Cox. 

Phillip McCardel, unfit for duty. 
Geo. Garratt, W. S. 
Joseph Mallin. 
Wm. Russell. 
Jacob Hoffman. 
Francis Hoops. 
Edward Bell. 
Abraham Sheffer. 
Thos. Gray. 
John Bean. 

6th Class. 

Mathias Fingar, not fit duty. 

Saml. Jefferies. 

Wm. Jefferies, sick. 

Robart Hawley. 

Wm. Beale, Jun., abst. at work. 

Wm. Thomson. 

Abner Jones. 

Michl. McCowen. 

Joseph Jackson. 

Wm. Athurton, Jun. 

Thos. Lloyd. 

John Smith, Tanr. 

Peter Boling. 

Cristopher Boyerly. 

John Quin. 



Wm. Paterson. 
John Newland. 



7th Class. 



656 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Thos. Morris. 

Michl. Rodgers. 

Levi Evans. 

Patrick Cannon. 

Isaack Speakman. 

Adley Brown. 

John Jefferies. 

Jacob Humphries, unfit for duty. 

David Aspridge. 

Thds. Carr. 

Danl. Preston. 

Thos. Moore. 

John Rea. 

Jessey Rea. 

Jessy Talkinton. 

8th Class. 
Jacob Zooke. 
Wm. Smith. 
Jessey Bean. 
John Ferrill. 
James Thomas. 
James Hoops. 
Phillip Jonea. 
Geo. Chapman. 
Richd. Richards. 
James Rodgers. 
Israel Davis. 
Joseph Baymoiint. 

I Do Herpby Certify the within Roll to be juat & true to 
the best of my knowledge. 

EVAN ANDERSON. Capt. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



657 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. JOHN HARRISES COMPANY OF 
WILLISTOWN FOR THE FIRST PART OF THE YEAR 
1782. (c.) 



Captain. 
John Harris. 

Lieutenant. 
Joseph Boggs. 

Ensign. 
Alexander Boggs. 

Sergeant. 

1st, John Taylcr. 
2nd, Alex'r Keliy. 



1st Claris. 



Wm. King. 
Thos. Lewis. 
Ezek'l Griffith. 
Ca. Maris. 
Sam'l Hibbard. 

David Davis, Sen'r. 
Griflth Jones. 
Jacob Lewis. 
Mellan Dunn. 
Enoch Melin. 
Emos Garret. 
Jno. Smedly. 

Rich'd Butler. 
Den'l Smedley. 
Aar'n Garret. 
Abr'm King. 
Thos. Loyd. 
Jeptha Garret. 



Jno. Briggs. 
Jefra Smedly. 
Jno. Loyd. 
George Harris. 



2nd Class. 



Jno. Griffith. 
Jno. Bradley. 
George Yarnell. 
Ezek'l James. 
Jno. Kelly. 
Jessey Harris. 



3rd Class. 



Nath'l Grubb, Jun'r. 
Isaac James. 
Jno. Guinn. 
Sam'l Jones. 
Aaron Dunkan. 
Thos. Gllsson. 



42— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



658 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



4th Class. 



Jon*h Moore. 
Isaac Malin. 
Nath'l Grubb. 
Michal Sill. 
Ben'm Hibbard. 
Thos. Garret. 



Samuel Garret. 
Hen'r Coart. 
Dan'l Cornogg. 
Wm. Cox. 
Joseph Ezra. 



5th Class. 



Ben'm Cox. 
Jdo. Howel. 
Nath'n Lewis. 
Jesse Garret. 
Joseph Hampton. 
Jno. Traynor. 



Joseph Smedley. 
Wm. Sheldron. 
Thos. Smedley. 
Phineas Hibbard. 
Wm. Garret. 
Thos. Hall. 



Rlch'd Cox. 
Rich'd Pierce. 
Thos. Nelson. 
Jno. Wiggins. 
Jessey Taylor. 



6th Class. 



Lewis Williams. 
Joseph Pierce. 
Nathan Williams. 
Jac'b Matson. 
NathaQ Correthers. 
Pers'r Frazer. 



7th Class. 



Jno. Davis. 
Wm. Bowen. 
Jos'a Evans. 
Caleb Hibbard. 
Wm. Loyd. 
Dav'd Davis. 



Isaac Garret. 
Sam'l Garret. 
Isaac Griffith. 
Dav'd Davis, long. 
Chas. Ramsey. 
Isaac I^wis. 



8th Class. 



Joth'n Evans. 
Elisha Taylor. 
Joph. Collins. 
Joph. Rowland. 
Owen Brooks. 



Jno. McCoy. 
Wm. Hart. 
Wm. Wall. 
Isaac James, Jn'r. 
James Thomas. 



I Do Hearby Certify that this is a True Accomp*t of the 
State of my Company. 

Pr. JNO. HARRIS. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



659 



RADNOR ROLL FOR THE 1ST PART OF ^E YEAR 1782. (c.> 



Captain. 
Mord'ai Morgan. 

Lieut. 
Willm. Read. 

EnsD. 
Richd. Thomas. 

Sergnt. 
Jesse Gyger. 

Privates. 



Elishua Thomas. 
Isaac Davis. 
Mark Evans. 
James McDaniel. 
Jno. Thomas, Store. 
Nath'n Moore. 
Alexand'r Clay. 
George Adams. 
Evan Lewis. 
Robrt. Mather. 
Jas. Hunter. 
Jno. Baley. 
Qui] Evans. 
Abram Free. 
Abr'm Bittle. 
Nathnl. Davis. 
Sam'l Harry. 
Joseph Matlack. 
Levi Adams. 
Norris Thomas. 
Jas. Cochran. 
Jesse Care. 
Peter Thomas. 
Owen Skelton. 



Jno. Jones. 
Chrstphr. White. 
Jno. Meredith. 
Jno. Levezzy. 
Paul Sherradin. 
Jonas Yokam. 
Jno. Siter. 
Lewis Lewis. 
Saml. Pugh. 
Enos Miles. 
Jno. Pugh. 
Jno. Witmer. 
Jno. Brooke. 
Evan Roberts. 
Benjn. Davis. 
Sim'n Matlack. 
George Siter. 
Owen Donnelly. 
Garman Dicky. 
Richd. Miles. 
George Morris. 
Amos Thomas. 
Wm. Lee. 
Levi Lewis. 



660 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Jno. Read. 
Joshua Thomas. 
Jno. Morris. 
Danl. Maule. 
Isaac Abram. 
George Dun. 
Enoch Davis. 
Wm. Bailey. 
Robrt. Martin. 
Ad'm Siter. 
Henry Lewis. 
Jno. Morgan. 
Jesse Yokom. 
David Phillips. 
George White. 
Jno. Thomas, Smth. 
Robrt. Kennedy. 
Danl. Evans. 
Wm. Jennings. 
Jas. Read. 
Miles Thomas. 
David Da via. 
Jno. Vanpelt. 
Aleck Soley. 
Mord'ai Taylor. 
Wilm. Siter. 



Davis Read. 
David Corneg. 
Elisha Evans. 
Jno. Gyger. 
Jacob Maule. 
Jacb. White. 
David Evans. 
Wm. Thomas. 
Josph. Barger. 
Nath'n Richard. 
Jes. Brooke. 
Thos. Stephens. 
Josph. Phillips. 
Evan Griffith. 
Jno. Duggan. 
Jno. Tate. 
Wm. Bittle. 
Matthw. Law. 
Thomas Thomas. 
Thomas Harris. 
Wilm. Walker. 
Wilm. Levy. 
Lewis Lewis, tan'r. 
Abrm. Evans. 
Griffith James. 
Matthew Greentree. 



I do certify that ye within is a true return of ye male whites 
belonging to the township of Radnor made liable to serve in 
the militia. 

MORD'AI MORGAN, Junr., 
Capt. 8th Compy. 4th Batt., Commanded by Col. Jno. Bar- 
tholomew, Chester County Militia. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



661 



GOSHEN MUSTER ROLL FOR THE LATTER PART OF 
THE YEAR ANNO DOMINI— 1782. (c.) 



Captain. 
Alexander Boggs. 

Lieutenant. 
Willm. Johnson. 

Ensign. 
James Stueart. 

Serjeants. 

Micheal Wayne. 
Jonatn. Hibbs. 
Aaron Forrester. 



Edwd. Willson. 
Jesse Rattue. 
Josiah Haines. 
Ellis Williams. 
Phinas Lewis. 
Joseph Hunt. 
Hugh Dorberrey. 

Robert Rustian. 
Samuel Hoopes. 
Edward Hiclts. 
Geo. Enterken. 
Geo. Williamson. 
John Rattue. 
Benj'n Matlock. 
Nathan Hoopes. 

James Garratt. 
Richd. Jones, Junr. 
John Michem. 



First ClasB. 

Geo. Mouser. 
Jesse Johnson. 
Barnett McGile. 
Joseph Trobridge. 
Francis Hickman. 
Geo. Ashbridge. 
Joshua Williams. 
Second Class. 

Thos. Williamson. 
John Hutcheson. 
Isreal Hoopes. 
Izra Hoopes. 
Arthur Murphy. 
Alexander Smith. 
Nathan Williams. 

Third Class. 

Geo. Matlock. 
Moses Peirce. 
Isaac James. 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Saml. Oliver. 
Phinas Eaches. 
Ezekiel Yernall. 
John Dresser. 
Wm. Worthington. 



John Spencer, at sea. 
Joseph Walne. 
John Warbolow. 
Amer Williams, 



Fourth Class. 



James Clark. 
Isaac Williams, Senr. 
William Rattue. 
George Peirce. 
Jno. MiUisson. 
Joseph Mesor. 
Thomas Holstone, Poor. 
Godfred Hibberd. 



Henry Woodard. 

Mathew Prichard. 

Robert Wager. 

John Murtland, in Virginia. 

Thos. Clark. 

Elishua Goodwin. 

Amer Trago. 

Jesse Matlock. 



Fifth Class. 



Sampson Barnett. 
Joshua Weaver. 
Seth Eveston. 
Saml. Walne, Junr. 
Richd. Goodwin. 
Abraham Pratt. 
Jacob Haines. 



Philip Rees. 
Joseph Brown. 
Gideon Williamson. 
Isaac Goodwin. 
Petter Peircesell. 
Aaron Hoopes. 
Thos. Brown. 



Sixth Class. 



Jonathn. Matlock. 
John Spikiman. 
Amos Matlock. 
Joseph Cooper. 
Samuel Phipps. 
Ralph Forrester. 
Bejaman Eaches. 



Isaac Weaver. 
Jos. Worthington. 
John Robeson, Poor. 
Ezekiel Hoopes. 
Ezra Goodwin. 
Joseph Thomas. 
John Hamilton. 



Seventh Class. 



William Walne. 

Isaac Haines. 

Joseph Garratt. 

Hans Fredrick hiser Poor. 

George Hoopes. 

William Eaches. 

Thos. Hoopes. 



George Bradley. 
Enos Thomas. 
William Spikeman. 
Absolam Boaks. 
John Chamberlain. 
Charles Carter. 
James Gallaway. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



663 



Jacob Treasell. 
Joseph Hoopes. 
Joshua Ashbridge. 
William Sherpless. 
James Simrall. 
James Underwood. 

for Duty. 
John Underwood. 
David Smedley. 



N.B. 



8th Class. 

James Patterson. 
Thos. Schoofield, Junr. 
Jesse Oakes. 
Richard Prichard. 
Thomas Patterson. 
Unfit Charles Holden. 
George Ashbridge. 
John Michem. 
Aaron Hoopes. 



I Do hereby Certify this to be a Just & True Return for the 
Late part of year 1782 of Goshen Company. 

Pr. 
ALEXANDER BOGGS, Captn. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTN. JOHN HARRIS COMPANY OF 
WILLISTOWN FOR THE LATTER PART OF THE YEAR. 

1782. (c.) 



Captain. 
John Harris. 

Lieutenant. 
Joseph Boggs. 

Ensign. 
Elexander Boggs. 

Serjts. 

1st John Taylor. 
2d Edward Kelley. 



Thomas Lewis. 
William King. 
Ezekiel Griffith. 
Coleb Mayres. 
Samuel Hibbard. 



1st Class. 

John Brlggs. 
Jeffrah Smedley. 
John Lloyd. 
George Harris. 



664 



A8S0CIAT0RS AND MILITLA. 



David Davis, Sr. 
Griffith Jones. 
Jacob Lewis. 
Malin Dunn. 
Enoch Malin. 
Amos Garrett. 

Richard Butlar. 
Daniel Smedley. 
Aaron Garrett. 
Abraham King. 
Thomas Lloyd. 
Jeptha Garrett 

Jonathan More. 
Isaac Malin. 
Nathaniel Grubb. Jr. 
Benjemin Hibbard. 
Michal Sill. 
Thomas Garrett. 

Benjamin Cox. 
John Howel. 
Nathan Lewis. 
Jesse Garrett. 
Joseph Hampton. 
John Traynor. 

Joseph Smedley. 
William Sheldron. 
Thomas Smedley. 
Phineas Hibbard. 
William Garrett. 
Thomas Hall. 



2d Class. 

John Smedley. 
John Griffith. 
(George Tamall. 
Ezekiel James. 
John Kelley. 

8d Class. 

Nathaniel Gnibb, Jr. 
Isaac James. 
John Guinn. 
Samuel Jones. 
Aaron Dunkin. 

4th Class. 

Samuel Garrett. 
Hennery Cort. 
Daniel Cornoyg. 
Wm. Cox. 
Joseph Ezra. 

5th Class. 

Richard Cox. 
Richard Pierce. 
Thomas Nelson. 
John Wiggins. 
Jesse Taylor. 

6th Class. 

Lewis Williams. 
Joseph Pierce. 
Nathan Williams. 
Jacob Matson. 
Nathan Crowthers. 
Pers'r Frazer. 



John Davis. 
William Bowen. 
Joshua Evans. 
Calep Hibbard. 
William Lloyd. 
David Davis, Jr. 



7th Class. 

Isaac Garrett. 
Samuel Garrett. 
Isaac Griffith. 
David Davis, Jr. 
Charles Ramsey. 
Isaac Lewis. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER 



665 



8lh Class. 



Jonathan Evans. 
Elisha Taylor. 
Joseph Collins. 
Joseph Rowland. 
Owfen Brooks. 



John McCoy. 
William Hart. 
William Wall. 
Isaac James, Jr. 
James Thomas. 



I do hereby Certify that the within Muster Roll is a true 
account of the State of my company. 

JOHN HARRIS, Capt. 



Nov. 20th, 1782. 
RADNOR ROLL FOR THE LATTER PART OF YE THIS 
YEAR. A RETURN OF THE INHABITANTS OF THE 
TOWNSHIP OF RADNOR. MADE LIABLE TO SERVE IN 
YE MILITIA AS REQUIRED BY LAW. (c.) 



Cap't, Mordai Morgan, 
Lt., Willm. Read. 
Elisha Thomas. 
Mark Evans. 
Griffith James. 
Jas. McDanl. 
Jno. Thomas, Store. 
Nathan Moore. 
Alexandr. Clay. 
George Adams. 
Evan Lewis. 
Robert Martin. 
Jas. Hunter. 
Jno. Buley. 
Quill Evans. 
Abrm. Bittle. 
Nathnl. Davis. 
Saml. Harry. 
Saml. Bittle. 
Josph. Matlack. 
Levi Adams. 
Morris Thomas. 
Jas. Cochran. 
Jesse Karr. 



Names. 
Jun. Ensn., Richd. Thomas. 

Peter Thomas. 
Owen Skelton. 
Jno. Jones. 
Christphr. White. 
Jno. Meredith. 
Jno. Levezzy. 
Paul Sherradin. 
Jonas Yoakom. 
Jno. Siter. 
Lewis Lewis. 
Saml. Pugh. 
Enos Miles. 
Jno. Pugh. 
Jno. Witmer. 
Jno. Brooke. 
Evan Roberts. 
Benj'n Davis. 
Simeon Matlack. 
George Siter. 
Owen Donnelly. 
Geeraman Dicky. 
Richd. Miles. 



666 



A8S0CUT0RS AND MILITIA. 



George Morris. 
Amoe Thomas. 
Wm. Lee. 
Levi Lewis. 
Jno. Read. 
Joshua Thomas. 
Jno. Morris. 
Dan'l Maale. 
Isc Abram. 
George Dunn. 
Enoch Davis. 
Wm. Bailey. 
Menry Lewis. 
Jno. Morgan. 
David Philips. 
George White. 
Jno. Thomas, Smith. 
Robert Kennedy. 
Daniel Evans. 
Wm. Jennings. 
Jas. Read. 
Mils. Thomas. 
David Davis. 



Jno. Vanpelt. 
Alexndr. Soley. 
Mordai Taylor. 
Willm. Siter. 
David Read. 
David Corneg. 
Jno. BitUe. 
Elijha Evans. 
Jno. Gyger. 
Jacob Maule. 
Jacob White. 
David Evans. 
Willm. Thomas. 
Josph Barger. 
Jesse Brooke. 
Thos. Stephens. 
Evan Griffith. 
Jno. Duggan. 
Jno. Tate. 
Wm. Bittle. 
Matthew Law. 
Michl. Waltz. 
Thorns. Harris. 



I do hereby Certify That the within is a true Return of the 
Inhabitants of the township of Radnor made Liable to serve 
in the Militia for ye Year. 

Later part of ye year. 

Mordai Morgan, Junr., Capt. 8th Compy. 4th Batt. C. C 
Militia commanded by Jno. Bartholomew, Esq. [1782.] 



WILLIAM HARRISS RETURN TO LT. COL. JNO. BART- 
HOIX)MEW OF THE MUSTERING IN THE YEAR ONE 
THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED & EIGHTY-TWO. (c.) 



Saml. Richardson. 
Jno. Malen. 
Peter Mathers. 
Joseph l^ewes. 
l^dwd. Lamey. 



First Class. 

Abram Sook. 
Peter Sellars. 
David Christy. 
Peter Cimes. 
Arthur Ellise. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER 



667 



Miles Welch. 
James Stewart. 
Handle Malin, Junr. 
Edwd. McCardy. 
Henry Sesmanhouse. 
Willm. Willson. 

John Lowe. 
John Cenagey. 
Bernard Wintle. 
Willm. King. 

David Cloyd. 
Joseph Dilworth. 
James Robinson. 
Cyrus Jacobs. 

Stephen Bo wen. 
Henry Lowe. 
Joseph Malin. 
Caleb Atherton. 



Second Class. 

John Teaney. 
Robert Anderson. 
George Lapp. 
John Irey. 
Nathaniel Norgrove. 

Third Class. 

Jacob Lack. 
George Young. 
John Johnson. 

Fourth Class. 

Jonathan Bowen. 
John Todd. 
Abednigo Jones. 

Fifth Class. 

Michal Trivet. 
Frederick Strough. 
Evan Philips. 
Jacob Bougher. 



John Huffman. 
John Philips. 
Fredrick Tedrick. 
Griffith Thomas. 

William Cavin. 
Josiah Hibbart. 
William Richardson. 
Jacob Malin, poor. 

John Adams. 
Edwd. Bell. 
John Sock. 
Jacob Coffraan. 
Jno. Templeton, Jr. 



Capt. Wm. Harris. 
Lt. Davis Kerlin. 



Sixth Class. 

Chrisn. Cooplan. 
Peter Ozburn. 
Henery Noble. 

Seventh Class. 

Jacob Carver. 
Alexr. Templeton. 
William Evans. 

Eighth Class. 

William Coffee. 
Benj'n Garrat. 
George Chapman. 
Caleb Robarts. 

Commissioned Officers. 

Ens. Thos. Cummins. 



ees 



ASS0CIAT0R8 AND MILITIA. 



Drummer and Fife. 
Nathan Thomas. Mlchal Petara. 

I do certify that the above Is a Just & true return of the Last 
five Days mustering in the above year to the best of my knowl- 
edge. 
Not. 21st. 1782. 

Cd. By WILUAM HARRIS, Capt . 
4th Compy. 4th Batt'n C. C. M. 



CAPTN. WILLIAM HARRIS'S RETURN TO LT. COU BART- 
HOLOMEW OF THB MUSTERING IN THE TEAR 1782. (c.) 



Captain. 
William Harris. 

Lieutenant. 
Davis Kerlin. 

Ensign. 
Thomas Cummins. 

Drummer & Fife. 
Nathan Thomas. 
Michal Petara. 



John Adams. 
Stephen Bowen. 
John Canegey. 
Jacob Coffman. 
Peter Sellers. 
David Cloyd. 
Edward McCardy. 
Josiah Hibbart. 
Michal Trivet. 
Joseph Lewes. 
Henery Lowe. 
John Malin. 
Joseph Malin. 
Handle Malin, Junr. 
Peter Mathers. 
John Philips. 
James Robinson. 
Samuel Richardson. 



William Richardson. 
John Huffman. 
Jonathan Bowen. 
Henry Sermanhouse. 
William Wilson. 
Fridrick Tedrick. 
John Templeton, Junr. 
John Todd. 
Miles Welch. 
John Sook. 
David Christy. 
Edward Bell. 
James Stewart. 
Robart Anderson. 
Edward I^mey. 
Jacob Marlin. 
Caleb Atherton. 
Joseph Dilworth. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



669 



John Teaney. 
Grlffeth Thomas. 
Abednigo Jones. 
George Lapp. 
Jacob Carver. 
Christian Cooplan. 
Henry Noble. 
Frances Gemeson. 
Evan Philips. 
Nathaniel Norgrove. 
Peter Cimes. 
John Irey. 
Arther EUice. 
William Cavin. 
Fredrick Strow. 



Abraham Sook. 
John Lowe. 
George Young. 
Cyrus Jacobs. 
George Chapman. 
William King. 
Peter Ozburn. 
Benjaman Garrat. 
Jacob Leere. 
Jacob Bougher. 
John Johnston. 
Bernard Wentle. 
John Upperman, 



sick. 



Alexander Templeton, sick. 



I Do Certify that the Above is a Just and true Return of tho 
first five Days Mustering In the Year one thousand seven 
Hundred & Eighty Two According to the Best of Knowl- 
edge. 

Certyfied By. 

WILLIAM HARRIS, Captn. 
4th Compy. 4 Battn. C. C. M. 
May 23d, 1782. 



A LIST OF THE NAMES OF THE PERSONS ENROLLED IN 
THE 4TH COMPANY OF THE FOURTH BATTALION OF 
CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA, COMMANDED BY LIEU- 
TENANT COLONEL RICHD. WILLING, (c.) 



Benjn. Worrall. 
Jos. Jobson. 
Jno. Buckbery. 



Captain. 
Jonathan Vernon. 

Lieutenant. 
Joseph Garison. 

Ensign. 
Philip Kirk. 

1st Class. 

Jno. Wilkinson. 
Wm. Wilkinson. 
Wm. Waterhouse. 



670 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



2d Class. 



Thos. Briggs. 
Owen Worrall. 
Joshua Ely. 
Allex. Hopkins. 
Edwd. Woodward. 
The. Colvert. 



Michl. Bready. 
Robt. Neill. 
Jno. Lowden. 
Wm. Beaumount. 
Peter Taylor. 
Melin Persons. 



Danl. Sharpless. 
Ritch'd Swaffer. 
Wm. Robison. 
Jno. Mecready. 
Abraham Calvert. 



Jacob Malin. 
Hugh Maxwell. 
Jno. Hlnkson. 
Peter Worrall. 
Moses Moore. 



Adam Worrall. 
Jacob Dunn. 
Thos. Worrall. 
Saml. Malin. 
Nath. Sharpless. 



Abner Malin. 
Philip Edwards. 
Seth Thomas. 
Jno. Culin. 
Edwd. Bradfield. 



3d Class. 



Saml. Moore. 
Jno. Worrall. 
James Greeg. 
Thos. Willcox. 
Angus Martain. 



4th Class. 



Moses Vernon. 
James Malin. 
Jacob Kiraes. 
Jno. Nuzum. 



5th Class. 



Joseph Edwards. 
Jno. l^gmire, Jur. 
Wm. hong. 
James Anderson. 



6th Class. 



Isaac Malin. 
James Sloan. 
Mathew Wood. 
Beldwin Waver. 
Friderick Dicks. 



7th Class. 



Isaac Taylor. 
Nath. Calvert. 
Jonathan Worrall. 
Ritchd. Brigg. 
Tho. Hinkson. 



Andrew Johnston. 
Saml. Vernon. 
Robt. Lindsay. 
Levy Worrall. 
Thos. Black. 



Thos. Bishop. 
Peter Dicks. 
Jno. Taylor. 
Edwd. Flownder. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 

8th Class. 

David Catron. 
George Dunn. 
Isral Wilkinson. 



671 



JONATHAN VERNON, Capt. 
May ye 8. 1783. 



A LIST OF PROVIDENCE COMPANY OF MILITIA FROM 
18 TO 53 YEARS OF AGE. MAY YE 8TH, 1783. (c.) 



Benj. Worrall. 
Joseph Jobstons. 
John Buckbery. 
John McCready. 



Thos. Briggs. 
Owen Worrall. 
Joshua Ely. 
Edwd. Owen. 
Alls. Hopkin. 

Mich. Bready. 
Robt. Neill. 
Jno. Lowden. 
Wm. Beamount. 



Captain. 
Jonathan Vernon. 

Lieutenant. 
Joseph Garrison. 

Ensign. 
Philip Kirk. 

1st Class. 



Jno. Hertue. 
John Wilkinson. 
Ambrus Taylor. 
Wm. Wilkinson. 

2d Class. 

Edwd. Woodard. 
Thos. Calvert. 
Abner Malin. 
Philip Edwards. 

3d Class. 

Peter Taylor. 
Malin Persons. 
Saml. Moore. 
Jno. Worrall. 



672 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 
4th Class. 



Dan'l Sharpless. 
Rich. Swaffer. 
Wm. Robertson. 
Abraham Calvert. 



Moses Vernon. 
James Malin! 
Jacob Kimes. 
John Nugum. 



Jacob Malin. 
Hugh Maxwell. 
Jno. Hinkson. 
Peter Worrall. 



5th Class. 



Moses Moore. 
Joseph Edwards. 
Jno. Logmire. 



Adam Worrall. 
Jacob Dunn. 
Thos. Worrall. 
Saml. Malin. 
Nathn. Sharpless. 



6th Class. 



Isaac Malin. 
James Sloan. 
Joshu Persons. 
Wm. Brown. 



Isaac Taylor. 
Nathn. Calvert. 
Jonathan Worrall. 
Richd. Brigg. 
Thos. Hinkson. 



7th Class. 



Andrew Johnston. 
Saml. Vernon. 
Robt. Lindsay. 
Levy Worrall. 



Thos. Bishop. 
Peter Dicks. 
Jno. Taylor. 
Edwd. Flownders. 



8th Class. 



David Catlrain. 
Joel Logan. 
George Dunn. 



Not Classed. 



Sam'l Lindsay. 
Mathpw Wood. 
Wm. Long. 
Lsral Wilkinson. 
Thos. Willrox. 
James Anderson. 



Thos. Black. 
James Greeg. 
Gideon Dunn. 
5^eth Thomas. 
Lan'l Humphrey. 
W^m. Waterhouse. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



673 



MUSTER ROLL OF GOSHEN COMPANY FOR FIRST PART 
OF THE YEAR ANNO DOMINI, 1783. (c.) 



Captain. 
Alexander Boggs. 

Lieutenant 
William Johnson. 



Edward Willson. 
Jesse Rattew. 
Josiah Haines. 
Ellis Williams. 
Phinas Lewis. 

Robert Rustiam. 
Samuel Hoopes. 
Edward Hicks. 
Geo. Williamson. 
Geo. Enterken. 
John Rattew. 



Ensign. 
David Smedley. 

Serjeants. 

Michael Wayne. 
Joseph Trobridge. 
James Simrall. 

1st Class. 



George Mouser. 
Jesse Johnson. 
Francis Hickman. 
George Ashbrldge. 



2d Class. 



BenJ'n Matlock. 
Nathan Hoopes. 
Thomas Williamson. 
Esreal Hoopes. 
Alexr. Smith. 
Aaron Forrester. 



3d Class. 



James Garratt. 

John Michem, unfit for duty. 

George Matlock. 

Moses Peirce. 

John Dresser. 

William Worthinton. 

43-Vol. V-5tb Ser. 



Joseph Walne. 
Isaac Rees. 
Seth Eveson, Junr. 
John Edwards. 
Richard Holden. 






674 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



4tli Class. 



William Rattew. 
George Peirce. 
John Millisson. 
Joseph Mercer. 
Thomas Holstone, Poor. 
Henry Woodward. 



Joshua Weaver. 
Samuel Walne. 
Richard Goodwin. 
Abraham Pratt. 
Jacob Haines. 
Joseph Brown. 



Matthew Prlchard. 
Robert Wager. 
Thos. Clark. 
Elishua Goodwin. 
Amer Trago. 
Nathan Williams. 



5th Class. 



Gideon Williamson. 

Isaac Goodwin. 

Aaron Hoopes. 

Thomas Brown. 

Jonathan Davis. 

Sampson Barnett, Discharged. 



6th Class. 



Jonathan Matlock. 

John Spikman. 

Jos. Cooper, blind of one eye. 

Samuel Phipps. 

Ralph Forrester. 

Benjaman Eaches. 



John Hamilton. 

Isaac Weaver. 

John Robeson, Poor. 

Ezekiel Hoopes. 

Ezeal Goodwin, discharged. 

Joseph Thomas. 



7th Class. 



William Walne. 
Isaac Haines. 
Joseph Garratt. 
Hans Fredrick Hiser. 
George Hoopes. 
William Eaches. 



Thos. Hoopes. 
George Bradley. 
Enos Thomas. 
William Spikman. 
Absolam Boakes. 
Charles Carter. 



8th Class. 



Joseph Hoopes. 
Joshua Ashbridge. 
William Sharpless. 
John Underwood. 
James Patterson. 



Thomas Schofield. 
Richard Prichard. 
Benj'n White. 
Joseph Sill, poor. 
Joseph Frame. 



I Do hereby Certify the Above to be a Just & true Return 
According to law. 

ALEXANDER BOGGS. Captn. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



675 



A RETURN OF THE SECOND COMPANY IN THE FOURTH 
BATALLION CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA COMMANDED 
BX RICHARD WILUNG, COLO. 

A. D. 1783. (c.) 



Hezekiah Camp, Cap't. 
David Thomas, Lieut. 



Names. 

Wm. McCluer, Ensign. 



Jacob Danily. 
Richard Fawkes. 
John Hunter. 



1st Class. 



Charles McClaskey. 
Thomas Leach. 
Peter Garrett. 



2d Class. 



George Mace. 
Thomas Thomas. 
Samuel Calley. 
Azra Thomas. 
Seth Worrell. 



Abraham Free. 
Wm. Salkild. 
Arther Ellis. 
Euen Lewis. 
Daniel Worrell. 



3d tla 



Rece Thomas. 
James Skelton. 
James Ellett. 



Benj'n Wakins. 
Azraia Lewis. 
Edward Hunter. 



Manaseth Miells. 
Jonathan Morries. 
Simon Mereadth. 
James Worrell. 
Wm. Tison. 
Jonathan Thomas. 
John Baldin. 



John Fawkes. 
Nathan Worrlell. 



4th Clrss. 



Phillip More. 
James Rigley. 



5th Class. 



Jasse Rece. 
Wm. Lewis. 
John Stample. 
Joseph Hood. 
James Jones. 
George Dunn. 



976 



A880CIATORS AND MIUTLL 



Thomas Ron. 
Wnu Fan. 
Isaac Pennington. 
Jc^m Gtoorge More. 

John Ryon. 
Rece Garrett 
Joseph Tiley. 
Thomas More. 

Jonathan Maris. 
Gtoorge Baltin. 
John Williamson. 
Enos Worrlell. 
Isaac Bums. 
James Haws. 
Aron Worriell. 
Wm. Magor. 
John John. 
Wm. Bums. 



6th Class. 

David Alexander. 
David Pratt 
John HalL 

7th Class. 

BenJ'n Worrlell. 
John Culin. 
Elisha Talor. 

8th Class. 

Joseph Phillips. 
Even Roberts. 
Robert Mendhall. 
Qeorge Williamson. 
Lewis Maris. 
Samuel Moon. 
Mordea Markword. 
Thomas Jorden. 
Hugh Jons. 
Hezekiah Camp, Cap't. 



A RETURN OF ALL MAIL WHITE PERSONS CAPABLE 
OF BEARING ARMS FROM THE AGE OF 18 TO 53 IN 
CAPT. JOHN LINDSAY'S COMPANY OF MELITIA COM- 
MANDED BY COLONEL RICHARD WILLING OF THE 
FOURTH BATTALION OF CHESTER COUNTY MEUTtA 
FOR THE FORE PART OF THE SEASON 1783. (c.) 



Jesse Davis. 
Abraham Cornogg. 
George Pennock. 



Captain. 
John Lindsay. 

Lieutenant. 
John Cornogg. 

EInsign. 
William Lloyd. 

1st Class. 

John Hayworth. 
Thos. Kenny. 
Patrick Moody. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



677 



2Dd Class. 



Christ. Petennan. 
Jonathan Ellis. 
Paul Keller. 
Felix Wershing. 



Samuel McClure. 
John Gravil. 
Henery Dibenger. 
Randelmus Will. 
Zachariah Long. 



Valentine Cazely. 
Thomas Paten. 
George L4tzenburgh. 



3d Class. 



Saml. Pauling. 
Thos. Parry. 
Peter Liear. 
Michal Lear. 
Lewis Pennell. 



4th Class. 



Abram Leaden. 
Lewis Griffith. 
John Davis. 
Jacob Bear. 



Obidiah Wildy. 
Joseph Worral. 
Israel Busby. 



Saml. Greacy. 
Wm. Llewelen. 
John Point. 
Fredrick Mower. 



David Lyons. 
Isaac Franks. 
James Cameron. 



5th Class. 



Richd. Tipping. 
John Ashton. 



6th Class. 



Edward Hughs. 
*John Blankly. 
George Dun. 
John Free. 



7th Class. 



Griffith Davis. 
Michal Fimpel. 
James McMin. 
Andrew Fredrick. 
Henry Wells. 



Willlapi Dawney. 
Philip Sheaff. 
James Quin. 
Joseph Davis. 



Wm. Brooke. 
Johnston Vahon 
Skiner Webster. 
Jo.seph Webster. 



8th Class. 



Samuel McMin. 
Walter Batt. 
George Moore. 



JOHN UNDSAY, Capi. 



678 



AS80CIAT0RS AND MILITIA. 



A LIST OF THE PERSONS ENROLLED IN CAPT. CURTIS 
LOWNES'S COMPANY OF MIUTIA COMMANDED BY 
LIEUT. COL. RICHARD WILIJNG COMMANDER OF THE 
4TH BATAUON, CHESTER COUNTY MIUTIA FOR THE 
FORE PART OF THE YEAR 1783. BY ME. (c.) 



Captain. 
Curtis Lownea. 

Lieutenant. 
ThoB. D. Weaver. 

Ensign. 
James Dicks. 



Seth Evans. 
Elisha Worrall. 
Henry E^nger. 
Jesse Maris Jr. 
Wm. Levis. 
Seth Pancoast Jr. 
Owen Rhoads. 
John Evans. 
John I^wis. 
Hugh Lownes. 
Edward Horn. 
Israel Taylor. 
Joseph Lawrence. 
Collin McClester. 
Andrew McClellon. 
David Hall. 
Sam'l Pancoast. 
Matthias Tyson. 
Jesse Worrall. 
Joseph Powel. 
John Ogdon. 
Isaac Rhoads. 
Edward Fell. 
Jacob Fults. 
I3eiijn. Taylor. 



Slater I^iownes. 
Joseph Rhoads. 
Abrm. Garrett, 
Isaac Maris. 
Wm. Marshall. 
Mordecai Lawrence. 
George Maris. 
Stephen Dicks. 
Walter Lindsay. 
Josa Lawrence. 
J as. Manohon. 
Wm. Lewis. 
Isaac Thomson. 
Bolton Lownes. 
Benjn. Lobb. 
J as. Arnold. 
Josa Harris. 
Charles Bayly. 
John Lindsay. 
Joseph Bartley. 
.hihn Powel. 
Wm. Nelson. 
Wm.Slainer. 
Thomas Maddock. 
Wm. Briggs. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



679 



George Vernon. 
Levi Tyson. 
Jacob Kern. 
Abrm. Holmes. 
Jacob Tush ton. 
Charles Afflick. 

THOS. LEVIS. 



David Maris. 
George Sneatb. 
David Dunn. 
Jonah Thompson. 
Jas. Caldwell. 
Wm. Evans. 

CURTIS LOWNES. Capt. 



THE ROLE OF THEY FIRST COMPANY OF THEY 4TH 
BITAUON OF CHESTER COUNTY MEUTIA COMMAND- 
ED BY LIEUT. COLONEL RICHARD WILLING AND AN 
ACCOUNT OF THEY WHITE MALE INHABITANTS BE- 
TWEEN THEY AGE OF 8TEEN AND 53 AND AN RE- 
TURN OF THEIR ATENDANCE THEY FIRST PART OF 
THEY SEASON OF DOMNI 1783. (c.) 



Captain. 
Nath. Smith. 

Lieutenant. 
Jacob Rice. 

Ensign. 
John Wright. 



1st Class. 



John Humphrey. 
Aaron Oakford. 
Jacob Sewell. 
Wm. Horn. 
Saml. Yourin. 
Israel Helms. 



Wm. Fines. 
John Parmer. 
Nathan Pearson. 
Joseph Boon. 



Wm. Painter. 
Able More. 
John Taylor. 
Israel Wourian. 
Jonathan Smith. 



2nd Class. 



Samuel Ashe. 
Aaron Parmer. 
Moses Lincoln. 
Swan Boon. 



eso 



AdSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Wm. McGord. 
George Swain. 

John Fredrick. 
John Lycan. 
John Brooks. 
Isaac Sullender. 
Joslah Bunting. 



8d Class. 

Elezandrew Murrow. 

4th Class. 

Benjn. Elliott. 
Andrew Boon, Senr. 
John Oarrett. 
Jesse Bonsall. 
George Hoofstidler. 



Wm. Marrow. 
John Horn. 
Isaac Oakford. 



5th Class. 



Isaac Serrel. 
Lewis Painter. 
Conrod Sholts. 



6th Class. 



Thomas Statton. 
John Carney. 
Isaac Llo^d. 
George Gruber. 
George Mathews. 
John Pearson. 

Joseph Hays. 
John Sholts. 
Thomas Wats. 
Jonathan Pearson. 
Moses Parmer. 



Richard Humphrey. 
Jonathan Haycock. 
Hugh Lloyd. 
Martin Hildeborn. 
Samuel Hoop. 



7th Class. 



George Lican. 
Joseph Pearson. 
Andrew Boon. 
Jacob Painter. 
Wm. Morris. 



8th Class. 



James Megilton. 
Edward Vauhan. 
Isaac Thomson. 
David Lykin. 
Nicholas Rice. 
Henry Paschall. 
Joseph Wood. 
James Osborn. 
Samuel Crozer. 
Wm. Hoop. 
George McClees. 



Francis Shilds. 
Aaron Ogden. 
Abram Hammett. 
Jesse Sharpliss. 
Joseph Dingey. 
John Wilson. 
Wm. Hansen. 
Michael Head. 
Robert Reed. 
Abram Bonsall. 
David Brooks. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



681 



John Noblit. 
James Forrest. 
John Govet. 
George Rudolph. 



Owen Aflick. 
Jonathan Morris. 
John Hutton. 



NATH. SMITH. Capt. 



A LIST OF EDMUND BAXTERS, CAPT., COMPANY AND 
A TRUE RETURN OF THERE CLASSES, (c.) 



Captain. 
Edmund Baxter. 

Lieutenant. 
George Brown. 

Ensign. 
Thomas Wells. 



Nicolas Levene. 
James Nalor. 



Sargents. 



Hartley Sapplngton. 
Richard Levine. 



1st Class. 



Samuel Ramzey. 
Alexander Willon. 
Stephen Treele. 
Beniamin Davie. 
Beniamin Nalon. 



John Gratehouse. 
Samuel Leper. 
I^ndan Barber. 
John McGarrah. 
Edward Wiggins. 



Robert Robbertson. 
James Robbertson. 
Jacob Walcer. 
Joseph Fouler. 



2nd Class. 



Richard Wells. 
John Baxter. 
Joshua Hazelrig. 
Thomas West. 



e82 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



3d Class. 



Zacceriah Fouler. 
Henry Wells. 
Robert McCrade. 
Joseph Huggel. 
John Simon. 



Jonas Armspocer. 
Moses Deccer. 
John Rile. 
Isaac Rile. 
David Davis, Jr. 



4th Class. 



William Hazelrig. 
Thomas Selby. 
Henry Bolin. 
Thomas James. 
Jacob Bonham. 

Netheniel West. 
Beachum Roade. 
William Clark. 
James Watson. 



Joshua Yoman. 
George Oiler. 
George Wells. 
Alexander Wells. 



5th Class. 



Jonathan West. 
Luke Deccer. 
William Gratehouse. 
Richard Elson. 



Thomas Bartan. 
Edward Logsdon. 
Josiah Con. 
Joseph Deccer. 



6th Class. 



Illchard Fouler. 
Samuel Marshal. 
Charles Selby. 
Thomas Treele. 



John Sappington. 
George Nalor. 
Matthew F'ouler. 
Thomas Lannum. 



7th Class. 



Jeremiah Fouler. 
Richard West. 
James I^eaper. 
Richard Wells, Sr. 



John Sapp. 
James Sappington. 
William West. 



8th Class. 



John Morrison. 
William Holms. 
Lennard Reed. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER 



683 



A RETURN OF THE 4TH CLASS OF CAPT. MOORS COM- 
PANY ORDERED FOR DUTY, (c.) 



Benjamin Power. 
Robert Ross. 
Samuel Torrance. 
Joseph Smart. 
George Harlin. 
James Thomson. 



Joseph Young. 
James Power. 
Thomas Bleake. 
James Wells. 
William Beuchan. 



A RETURN OF THE 5TH CLASS OF /IJAPT. MOORS COM- 
PANY ORDERED FOR DUTY. 



John Newel. 
Esly Power. 
John Ward. 
Samuel Miller. 
David Kathcart. 
Patrick Logan. 
John Fulton. 



Jno. McDowel. 
Nathan Thompson. 
Christopher Price. 
George Tibbies. 
John Barrackman. 
James Adams. 



MUSTER ROLL FOR CAPT. ISRAEL MOORE CONTAINING 
THE 5TH & 7TH CLASSES OF THE 4TH BATTALION OF 
CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA, (c.) 



1. 5th & 7th Class. 
1. Benjamin Cox. 

John Howell. 

Nathan Lewis. 



Captain. 

Israel Moore. 

Lieutenant. 

Joseph Griffith. 

Ensign. 
Richard Thomas. 



John Trenor. 
Jacob Matson. 
Rich'd Cox. 



684 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



ThOB. Nelson. 
Richard Pelrce. 
John DavlB. 
William Bowen. 
Caleb Hlbberd: 
William Loyd. 



Sam 'I Garrett. 
David Davis. 
Isaac Garrett. 
Isaac Griffith. 
Jonathan Mooro. 



2. Joseph Tremble. 
Ellis Davis. 
George Garrett 
Joshua Smith. 
Joseph Mallin. 
Thomas Gray. 
William Russel. « 
Jacob Hoffman. 
Saml. Bums. 
William Patterson. 
John Newland. 



Thomas Morris. 
Mishael Rogers. 
John Cain. 
Isaac Speakman. 
Adley Brown. 
David Meredith. 
Thos. HoUis. 
Jesse Talkington. 
John Smith. 
John Hartley. 
John Weaver. 



3. Nathan Hoops. 
Sampson Bamet. 
Joshua Weaver. 
Samuel Wain. 
Rich'd Goodwin. 
Abram Pratt. 
Jacob Haines. 
Samuel Hodge. 
Gideon Williamson. 
John Woolley. 
Isaac Goodwin. 



Isaac Haines. 
Joseph Garrett. 
George Hoopes. 
William Eachus. 
Thos. Hoops. 
George Bradley. 
Enos Thomas. 
William Spickman. 
Absalom Boak. 
John Chamberlain. 
Wm. Wain. 



4. Stephen Bowen. 
Michael Shimar. 
Henry Lowe. 
Caleb Atherlon. 
Michael Tribbet. 
Joseph Mallin. 
Jesse Davis. 



Josiah Hlbberd. 
Phillip Moses. 
Wra. Cavan. 
Nathan Thomas. 
Wm. Richardson. 
Isaac Lewis. 



5. Robert Stevens. 
David Rees. 
Henry Fox. 
John Steel. 



Michael Dinger. 
James Steel. 
Wm. Langdon. 
John Lewellin. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



685 



David Janklns. 
Wm. Warnock. 
Daniel Macahan. 

6. John Brown. 
Felty Showalter. 
Wm. Horton. 
Benjn. Davis. 
Devaet Beaver. 
John Kinney. 
Nathl. Jones. 
Jacob Walker. 
George McCoy. 
Richd. Robinson. 
John Kelly. 
BenJn. Rowland. 
John Mclntire. 



Henoch Mallin. 
Fred'k Landis. 



Nathan McVeigh. 
Joseph Walker. 
Abel Rees. 
Saml. Richards. 
BenJn. Baker. 
Paul Penington. 
Saml. Smith. 
Joseph Lewis. 
Isaac Vanleer. 
David Wilson. 
John Owens. 
David Davis. 
N. Thundreland. 



7. Jacob Humble. 
Elijah Funk. 
Sebastion Waggoner. 
Benjn. Longstreth. 
Peter Dehaven. 
John Trlbby. 

John Salsburry. 
Arnst. Stover. 
Peter Moses. 
Isaac Morgan. 

8. Lewis Lewis. 
Saml. Pugh. 
Enos Miles. 
John Pugh. 
John Brooke. 
Evan Roberts. 
Benjn. Davis. 
Simeon Matlack. 
Owen Donally. 
Jerman Dickinson. 



Danl. Buckwalter. 
George Rooks. 
Thos. Bodley. 
Matthias Foose. 
Jedidiah Griffith. 
Lewellin Davis. 
Israel Davis. 
Levi Jones. 
Matthias Pennypacker. 
Wm. Williams. 

Charles McClean. 
George Morris. 
Adam Siter. 
John Hartley. 
Henry Lewis. 
John Morgan. 
George White. 
John Thomas. 
Thomas Butler. 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



A REPORT OR RETURN OF THE MALE WHITE INHAB- 
ITANTS BETWEEN THE AGES OF 18 & 58 TEARS OF 
EASTOWN DISTRICT, (c.) 



Robert Stephens. 



Abraham Butler. 



Sergeants. 

Wm. Reed. 

Drummer and Fifer. 
Wm. Steel. 



Privates. 



Saml. Junkin. 
David Junkin. 
Thomas Junkin. 
David Cunningham. 
John Junkin. 
Thomas Welch. 
Wm. Hunter. 
David Reece. 
Griffith Williams. 
Nathan Scott. 
Peter Uble. 
Benjn. Galieher. 
Thomas Thomas. 
Caspar White. 
Morris Morris. 
Anthony Morris. 
Wm. Hannah. 
Michl. Binger. 
John Lewellyn. 
Thomas Davis. 
John John. 
James Morris. 
Danl. McCahan. 
Absolam Griffith 
Saml. Moore. 
Lewis Morris. 
John Evans. 
Robt. Shannon. 
George McNeely. 



George Lee. 
Henry Fox. 
Martin Potterff. 
Phineas Massey. 
Thomas Massey. 
James Pierce. 
John Steel. Junr. 
Israel Jacobs. 
Saml. Bell. 
Thos. Morgan. 
James Page. 
Danl. McAfee, Past age. 
Whltehd. Weatherby. 
Jesse Harris. 
Saml. Thomas. 
Thomas Smidly, Junr. 
George Batten. 
Thomas Tucker. 
Thomas Ellis. 
David Espin. 
Isaac Massey. 
John Moore. 
Hichd. Morris. 
Wm. Laugdon. 
Knock Yarnell. 
Joshua Yarnell. 
Caleb Yarnell, Junr. 
Amos Yarnell. 
Joseph Hibbert. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



687 



Joseph Thomas. 
Isaac Yarnell. 
Isaac Yarnell, Shoemk. 
Wm. Warnack. 
Danl. Hoopes. 
Townsend Thomas. 
Thomas Moore. 
Isaac Thomas. 
Feelix Laverty. 
Isaac Richards. 
Caleb Smedly. 
James Dickenson. 



Fredrick Lantis. 
Benjn. Baker. 
Benjn. Brown. 
John Gaff. 
Joseph Massey. 
Joseph Reece. 
George Peirce. 
Joseph Essery. 
Caleb Yarnell, Junr. 
Thos. Jones. 
Nathan Yarnell. 
James Steel. 



I do certify that ye above is a just and true return of the 
persons as ye are marked of. 

ISRAEL MOORE, Capt. 



A REPORT OR RETURN OF EASTOWN MIUTIA COMPY. 

(c.) 



Captain. 
Israel Moore. 

Lieutenant. 
Christopher Rue. 

Ensign. 
David Lewellyn. 



Jesse Harris. 
Wm. Reed. 



Abraham Buttler. 



Sergeants. 

Robt. Stephens. 

Drum and Fifer. 

William Steel. 



Samuel Junkin. 
David Junkin. 
John Junkin. 



Thomas Junkin. 
David Cunningham. 
John Steel, Junr. 



688 



AS3OCIAT0RS AND MILITIA. 



Thomas Welch. 
Griffith Williams. 
Nathan Scott. 
Peter Uble. 
BenJ. Galleher. 
Caspar White. 
Wm. Hannah. 
Micbl. Binger. 
John Lewellyn. 
Thomas Davis. 
John John. 
James Morris. 
Danl. McCahan. 
Absolam Griffith. 
Saml. Moore. 
John Evans. 
George McNeely. 
George Lee. 
Martin Patterff. 
John Taylor. 
Phineas Messey. 
Whitehd. Weatherby. 
James Page. 
Wm. Free. 
John Bradley. 
John Moore. 
Richd. Morris. 
Wm. Langdon. 
Wm. Warnack. 
Felix Laverty. 
Jacob Bare. 
Benjn. Baker. 
John Goff. 
Wm. Hunter. 
David Reese. 



Thomas Thomas. 
Morris Morris. 
Anthony Morris. 
Lewis Morris. 
Robt. Shannon. 
Henry Fox. 
Thomas Morgan. 
Amos Jones. 
Joshua Smedly. 
Saml. Thomas. 
Geo. Batten. 
Wm. Simpson. 
Thos. Tucker. 
David Espin. 
Isaac Massey. 
Bnock Yarnell. 
Joshua Yarnell. 
Caleb Yarnell. 
Amos Yarnell. 
Joseph Hibbert. 
Joseph Thomas. 
Isaac Yarnell. 
Isaac Yarnell. 
Danl. Hoops. 
Townsend Thomas. 
Thomas Moore. 
Isaac Thomas. 
Isaac Richards. 
Caleb Smedley. 
Fredrick Lantis. 
Benjn. Brown. 
George Pierce. 
Caleb Yarnell. 
James Pierce. 
Israel Jacobs. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



68d 



MUSTER ROLL FOR CAPT. JONATHAN ROWLAND, CON- 
TAINING THE 6TH & 8TH CLASSES OF THE 4TH 
BATTALION OF THE CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA, 
(c.) 



Commissd. officers. 

Captain. 
Jonathan Rowland. 

Lieutenant 
Christopher Rue. 

Ensign. 
Samuel Roberts. 



William Sheldon. 
Thomas Smedley. 
Phineas Hlbberd. 
William Garrett. 
Thomas Hall. 



Privates. 
1st Class. 



Lewis Williams. 
Jonathan Evans. 
Elisha Taylor. 
George Blakes. 
Joseph Rowland. 



2nd Class. 



Joseph Rhea. 
Samuel Jelferies. 
Reuben England. 
Thos. Patterson. 
John Smith. 
Samuel Parsons. 
Jacob Zooke. 



William Smith. 
Jesse Bane-. 
Samuel Johnson. 
John Ferril. 
James Walker. 
James Thomas. 
James Hoops. 



3d Class. 



Jonathan Matlack. 
Amos Matlack. 
William Johnson. 
Saml. Phipps. 
Joseph Fox. 



Ralph Forrester. 
Jacob Tressel. 
Joseph Hoops. 
Joshua Ashbridge. 
William Sharpless. 



44— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



James Simall. 
Francis Hoopa. 
James Underwood. 



John Hoskins. 
John Underwood. 
David Smedley. 



4tb Glass. 



Fredk. Tederick. 
Israel Davis. 
John Bowen. 
Levi Adams. 
Griffith Thomas. 
John Hoffman. 
John Phillips. 
Abram Coleman. 

George Peirce. 
Casper White. 
Phineas Massey. 
Robt. Farr, M. 
Thomas Ellis. 
Joseph Thomas. 
John Hoops. 



Archibald McAffee. 
Joab Jones. 
James Brown. 
Charles Steinmitz. 
James Nealy. 
Adam Riccabaugh. 
James Atkins. 
John McNeal. 
John Huzzard. 
Henry Showalter. 
Robert Rogers. 

Christian Morris. 
William Lewellin. 
John Nettles. 
Elijah Jones. 
George McElhenny. 
Llewellin Davis. 
James Hodge. 



John Templeton. 
David Rawlina 
Philip Smith. 
Jacob Caufman. 
John Zooke. 
Jesse Rees. 
John John. 



5th Class. 



Jacob Stillwaggon. 
Samuel Bell. 
Whitehead Weatherby. 
Jno. McKinney. 
Isaac Yarnall. 
Daniel Hoops. 
Joseph Massey. 



6th Class. 



John Jones. 
Richd. Miles. 
William Wilson. 
Isaac Walker. 
John Creamer. 
John Rowland. 
Isaac Pownal. 
Levy Thomas. 
Hugh Traviss. 
Thos. Lincoln. 



7th Class. 



Saml. Tarbot. 
Mordecai Williams. 
William Jones. 
James Boyles. 
John Byers. 
Amos Jones. 
Derrick Kyser. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



691 



Abijah Griffith. 
Theophilus Davis. 
John Humphres. 
Bernard Vanhorn. 
Isaac Anderson. 
John Allen. 
Moses Coates. 
David Buchwalter. 
David Deel. 
James Valence. 



Thomas Bodley. 
William Matlack. 
John Morris. 
Daniel Maule. 
Isaac Abram. 
David Williams. 
George Dunn. 



Levi Randal. 
Isaac Jones. 
Abram Holderman. 
Wm. Cooper. 
Thos. Barton. 
John Lyons. 
Yost Smith. 
Saml. Davis. 
John Phllman. 
Anthony Housham. 



8th Class. 



Enoch Davis. 
Robert Martin. 
Robert Kennedy. 
Jeddedlah Griffith. 
Henry Ramsower. 
John Murry. 
David Maxwell. 



MUSTER ROLL OF TINICUM COMPANY, (c.) 

Captain. 
Jno. Quandrill. 

Lieutenant. 
Philip Climes. 

Ensign. 
Benjamin Richards. 



Lewis Trimble. 
Christopher Graft. 
George Mace. 
William Cowen. 
Andrew Longacre. 
William Smith. 
Israel Talor. 
George Davis. 



Mathias Nit Silious. 
John Mitchel. 
Dunken McDonald. 
Jacob Rowen. 
Shadrick Hartsough. 
John Green Wood. 
Joseph Merien. 
John Culln. 



692 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



John Trites. 
William Archer. 
Edward Wasp. 
Philip Diamond. 
Andrew Vandik. 
Benjamin Dewees. 
John Miller. 
Abraham Trimble. 



Lawrence Kiney. 
Isaac Thomson. 
Peter Longacre. 
James Crosier. 
Jacob Miley. 
Christ, Jno. Figel. 
Benjn. Kenard. 
Jacob Walters. 



Capt Quandrill made this return to me the 2d March. 
R. WILLING, Lt. Col. of the 
4th Battalion, 
of Chester Conuty 



FOURTH BATTAUON. (a) 



Joseph Gardner. 
Thomas Millard. 
James McClure. 
Jacob Hetherling. 



Colonel. 
William Montgomery. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Thomas Bull. 

Major. 
John Bartholomew. 

Captains. 

William Price. 
Samuel Culbertson. 
James McDowell. 



FOURTH BATTALION, (a) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Richard Willing. 

Major. 

William Brooke. 

Number of men, 670. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER - 693 



FOURTH BATTAUON. (a) 



Colonel. 
William Evans. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
John Ralston. 

Major. 
Peter Hartman. 

Surgeon. 
Dr. Branson Van Lear, com. Nov. 3, 1779. 



FIFTH BATTALION (a.) 



Colonel. 
Richard Thomas, com. May 17, 1777. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
John Bartholomew, com. May 17, 1777. 

Major. 
Cromwell Pearce, com. May 17, 1777. 

Adjutant. 
Abner Davis, com. May 17, 1777. 



Return of the names and Rank of the Captains and Sub* 
alterns of the 5th Battalion of the Chester County Militia. 

First company. 

Captain — Mordecal Morgan. 
First Lieutenant— Isaac Miles. 
Second Lieutenant— Israel Moore. 
Ensign— William Thomas. 



694 - ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Second company. 

Captain — Owen Brooks. 
First Lieutenant— John Harris. 
Second Lieutenant— Joseph Rowland. 
Ensign — Thomas Jones. 

Third company. 

Captain — Evan Anderson. 

First Lieutenant— John Bull. August 25, 1777. See Note 

xiv. 
Second Lieutenant— Daniel Bowen. 
Ensign — James Clark, August 25, 1777. See Note xiv. 

Fourth company. 

Captain— Jonathan Rowland. 
First Lieutenant— Samuel Davis. 
Second Lieutenant— John Hammil. 
Ensign— David Christy. 

Fifth company. 

Captain— William Harris. 
First Lieutenant— Davis Kerlin. 
Second Lieutenant — John Johnston. 
Ensign — William Young. 

Sixth company. 

Captain— William Bodly. 
First Lieutenant— Theophilus Davis. 
Second Lieutenant— Sampson Thomas. 
Ensign — Isaac Anderson. 

Seventh company. 

Captain — Samuel Vanleer. 
First Lieutenant— Whitehead Weatherby. 
Second Lieutenant — Richard Morris. 
Ensign — Samuel Junkins. 

Eighth company. 

Captain — Joseph Johnson. 
First Lieutenant— Alexander Boggs. 
Second Lieutenant— Ralph Forrester. 
Ensign — John Johnson. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 695 

Artillery company. 

Captain— Alexander McCaragher. 
Captain Lieutenant— James Davis, Sr. 
First Lieutenant — Methusalem Davis, Sr. 
Second Lieutenant— James Davis. 
Third Lieutenant — Samuel Davis. 

RICHARD THOMAS, Col. 5th B. C. C. 
ROBERT SMITH, L. C. C. 



RETURN OF THE NAMES & RANK OF THE CAPTAINS 
AND SUBALTERNS OF THE 5TH BATTALION OF THE 
CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA FOR YEAR 1777. (c.) 



1st Captn. — Mordecai Morgan. 
1st Lieut. — Isaac Miles. 
2nd Lieut.— Israel Moore. 
Ensign— William Thomas. 

2nd Captn. — Owen Brooks. 
1st Lieut. — John Harris. 
2nd Lieut.— Joseph Rowland. 
Ensign— Thomas Jones. 

3rd Captn. — Evan Apderson. 
1st Lieut.— Eli Bentley. 
2nd Lieut.— Danl. Bowen. 
Ensign — Jarvin Hall. 

4th Capt.— Jonathan Rowland. 
1st. Lieut. — Samuel Davis. 
2d Lieut. — John Hammil. 
Ensign— David Qhristy. 

5th Capt.— William Harris. 
1st Lieut.— Davis Kirlin. 
2nd Lieut.— John Johnston. 
Ensign— William Young. 

6th Capt.— William Bodly. 
1st. Lieut.— Theophilus Davis. 
2nd Lieut.— Sampson Thomas. 
Ensign— Isaac Anderson. 



696 A8S0CIAT0RS AND MILITIA. 

7th Capt. — Samuel Vanleer. 
1st Lieut— Whitehead Weatherby. 
• 2nd Lieut.— Richard Morris. 
Ensign — Samuel Junkins. 

8th Capt. — ^Joseph Johnson. 
1st Ueut.— Alexander Boggs. 
2nd Lieut.— Ralph Forrister. 
Ensign — John Johnson. 

Adjutant of the 5th Battalion, 
ABNER DAVIS. 

Artillery company. 

Capt.— Alexander McCaraugfaer. 
Capt Lieut.— James Davis, Sr. 
Ist Lieut— Methusalem Davis. 
2nd Lieut. — James Davis. 
8rd Lieut. — Samuel Davis. 

RICH'D THOMAS. Col. 5th B. C. C. 
ROBT. SMITH, L. C. C. 



FIFTH BATTALION (a.) 



Colonel. 
John Bartholomew, com. May 17, 1779. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Cromwell Pearce, com. May 17, 1779. 

Major. 
William Bodley. com. May 17, 1779. 

Third company. 

First Lieutenant— Daniel Brown, com. May 24, 1779. 
Second Lieutenant— William Lammy, com. May 24, 1777. 
Ensign— James Miller, com. May 24, 1779. 

Fifth company. 

Second Lieutenant— Thomas Cummlngs, com. May 24, 1779. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 697 



Sixth company. 



Captain— Sampson Thomas, com. May 24, 1779. 
First Lieutenant— Isaac Anderson, com. May 24, 1779. 
Second Lieutenant— Theophilus Davis, com. May 24, 1779. 
Ensign— Lewellyn Davis, May 24, 1779. 



FIFTH BATTALION (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
John McDowell, May 10, 1780. 

Major. 
John Ramsey, May 10, 1780. 

First company. 

Captain — Ephraim Blackburn. 
Lieutenant — Morris Job. 
Ensign— Joseph Clark. 

Second company. 

Captain — John Kinkead. 
Lieutenant — John Thompson. 
Ensign — Alexander Russel. 

Third company. 

Captain— Robert Currey. 
Lieutenant— William Price. 
Ensign— William Whitcraft. 

Fourth company. 

Captain— Francis Williamson. 
Lieutenant— John Wiley. 
Ensign — Daniel Hanah. 

Fifth company. 

Captain— David Carey. 
Lieutenant— Thomas Campbell. 
Ensign — Thomas Henderson. 



698 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Sixth company. 

Captain— David Hays. 
Lieutenant — Arthur Andrews. 
Ensign— Thomas Ehiring. 

Seventh company. 

Captain^David Crosby. 
Lieutenant— John F. McClenaban. 
Ensign — Henry Moor. 

EMghth company. 

Captain — John Bryan. 
Lieutenant — Robert Thompson. 
Ensign— John Pugh. 



FIFTH BATTALION (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
John Gardner. 

Major. 

John Culbertson. 

Number of men, 623. 



SIXTH BATTALION, (a.) 



Colonel. 
Thomas Taylor, com. May 17, 1777. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Nichol Fairlamb, com. May 17, 1777. 

Major. 
George Pearce, com. May 17, 1777. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 699 



A list of the officers of the Sixth Battalion of Chester county 
commanded by Colonel Thomas Taylor. 



First company. 

Captain— David Cowpland, com. May 27, 1777. 
First Lieutenant— James Denning, com. May 2, 1777. 
Second Lieutenant— James McMichall, com. May 2, 1777. 
Ensign— Thomas Biggard, com. May 2, 1777. 

Second company. 

Captain— Daniel McCoy, com. May 2, 1777. 
First Lieutenant— William McCall. com. May 2, 1777. 
Second Lieutenant — Alexander Lockard, com. May 2, 1777. 
Ensign — Alexander Vincent, com. May 2, 1777. 

Third company. 

♦Captain- Robert McAffee, com. May 2, 1777. 
First Lieutenant— William Dunwoody, com. May 2, 1777. 
Second Lieutenant— Mordlca Massey, com. May 2, 1777. 
Ensign— Joseph Black, com. May 2, 1777. 

Fourth company. 

Captain— John Hunter, com. May 2, 1777. 
First Lieutenant— Joseph Loyd, com. May 2, 1777. 
Second Lieutenant— Joseph Cloud, com. May 2, 1777. 
Ensign— Joseph Latta, com. May 2, 1777. 

Sixth company. 

Captain — Hugh Reed, com. May 2, 1777. 

First Lieutenant— Joshua Vernon, com. May 2. 1777. 

Second Lieutenant— William Hill. 

Ensign— William Yarnall. 

Seventh company. 

Captain— James Thompson. 
First Lieutenant— Robert Rankin. 
Second Lieutenant- John Watson. 
Ensign — John Reed. 



•N. B.— Captain MrAffro's commission made out a second tln»e, he having 
lost his first commission. 



700 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Eighth company. 

Captain— John Hunt. 
F.lrst Lieutenant — Jacob Trego. 
Second Lieutenant— Thomas Taylor, Jr. 
Ensign — Thomas Jordan. 

Ninth company. 

Captain— Samuel Trimble. 

First Lieutenant — Thomas . 



Second Lieutenant— Robert McClellan. 
Ensign — John McMlchall. 



MUSTER-ROLL OF CAPTAIN WM. PRICE COMPANY OP 
THE 1ST CLASS OF C. COMY. MILITIA IN THE SERVICE 
OF THE UNITED STATES COMMANDED BY COLONEL 
JOHN HANNUM ENTERED THE SERVICE THE 13TH OF 
JUNE. 1777. STATIONED AT CHESTER IN THE STATIil 
OF PENNSYLVANIA, (c.) 



CommiBRioned : 

Capt. Wm. Price. 

May 4th, 1777, Lieut. Jesse Uonsall. entered the service June 13th. 
Absent, I^ieut. George Dunn, entered the service June 13th. 
Absent, Ensign Jacob Johnson. 

Serjeants. 

1. Seth Thomas, June 13th. 

2. Jonathan Pearson, June 13th. 

3. Thomas Price, June 12th. 

4. James Crozer, June 13th. 

Corporals. 



1. Isaac Hance, June 13th. 

2. James Gleaver, June 13th. 

3. Samuel Crozer, June 13th. 



Drum & Fifer. 



1. John Paine, June 13th. 

2. Abijah Price, June 13th. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 701 

Privates. 

Entered. j 

1. Geo. Davis, June 13th. ^ 

2. Wm. McCord, June 13th. ^ 

3. Wm. Horn, June 13th. 

4. Christopher Shuff, June 13th. 

5. Jonathan Smith, June 13th. 

6. Jon. Morrison, June 15th. 

7. Jno. Smith, June 13th. 
g. Jno. Newill, June 15th. 
9. Evan Evans, June 15th. 

10. Jno. Ireson, June 15th. 

11. Saml. StatUn, June 15th. 

12. Danl. McElroy, June 15th. 

13. Thos. Kirk, June 15th. 

14. John Hawes, June 13th. .1,' 

15. Jno. McBride, June 13th. ""^ ' 

16. Jno. Chapman, June 16th. ' , 

17. Simon Rice, June 16th. 
38. Jacob Cox, June 16th. 

19. Charles Wright, June 17th. t 

20. Wm. Hamilton, June 17th. 

21. Joseph Lindsey, June 17th. 

22. Benjn. Hance, June 17th. 

23. Jno. Mitchel, June 17th. 

24. Mathias Nitsillis, June 17th. 
?5. Robt. McGarrah, June 17th. 

26. Jno. McGlashin, June 17th. 

27. Duncan McDonald, June 18th. 

28. Benj. Taylor, June 13th. i 

29. Jno. Barr, June 16th : ", 

30. Thomas O'Haston, June 16th. "* f 

31. Joseph Dyer, June 16th. 

32. Hugh Fielding. June 18th. \ 

33. Peter McFarling, June 18th. | 

34. Alexr. Murrey, June 18th. ? 

35. Wm. Archer, June 17th. 

36. James McCutchen, June 22d. 

37. Saml. Thomas, June 18th. 

38. Rich. Kearnes, June 22d. 

39. Jno. Teas, June 17th. 

40. Joseph Kirk, June 20th. 

41. Robt. Garland, June 19th. 



702 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



42. Wm. Long, June 19th. 

43. Robt Colven, June 22d. 

44. Jno. Orozer, June 22d. 
46. Saml. Price, June 22d. 

Chester, 11th July, 1777. Mustered then Captain Wm. Price'ts 
Company as specified in the above roll. 

LODK. SPROGELL, M. M. G. of P. 

PROOF OF THE EFFECTIVES. 



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I do swear, that the within muster-roll is a true state of the 
company, without fraud to the United States or to any In- 
dividual, according to the best of my Knowledege. 

Sworn before me, this eleventh day of July. 1777. 

WILLIAM PRICE. 

JNO. HANNUM, Col. Comdt. 



EDGMONT RETURN FOR 1779. (c.) 

Robert McAfee, Captain. 



Jonathan hunter. 
Joseph Baker. 
Thomas Evans. 
Cadwalader Evans. 
Aaron Baker. 

Joseph Griffith. 
Richard Baker. 
Joseph Baker, Senr. 



1st Class. 

Abraham Lewis. 
Joseph Bishop. 
Joseph Robins. 
Joseph Pratt. 

2d Class. 

James howard. 
William Frame. 
Benjamin hoopes. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



703 



William Prichard. 
Job. Yarnall. 
William Russell. 



3d Class. 



John Meredith. 
Joseph Smedley. 
Francis Wisely. 



4th Class. 



Joseph Thomas. 
John Gamble. 
Nehemiah Baker. 
Robert Thompson. 

Nicholas Woolas. 
William Regester. 
Thomas Yarnall. 
Thomas Baker. 
Abraham Farr. 

Collin McClester. 
Thomas prichard. 
Eli Yarnall. ' 
Edward Russell. 
Isaac Worrall. 

Nathaniel Mercer. 
Mordecai Massey. 
Richard Howell. 



George Bishop. 
Thos. Minshall. 
Abraham hoopes. 



5th Class. 



Samuel Lewis. 
Nathan Baker. 
David Register. 
John hoopes. 



6th Class. 



John Sill. 
Joshua Yarnall. 
Daniel Calvert. 
James Yarnall. 



7th Class. 



Caleb Yarnall. 
Joseph Meredith. 
William Yarnell. 



Levi Jones. 
Thomas Frame. 
Daniel Regester. 



8th Class. 



Josiah Lewis, 
James Sill. 
Daniel Rigby. 



Junr. 



704 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



SIXTH BATTALION, (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Caleb Davis, May 10, 1780. 

Major. 
William Broke, May 10, 1780. 



Return of Officers in the Sixth Battalion of Chester County 
Militia. 

First company. 

Captain — John Lindsay. 
Lieiltenant — George Litzenburg. 
Ensign — John Cornogy. 

Second company. 

Captain — Hugh Jones. 
Lieutenant — John Quin. 
Ensign — Hezekiah Kemp. 

Third company. 

Captain — Curtis Lownes. 
Lieutenant — Charles Sankey. 
Ensign — Baldin Weaver. 

Fourth company. 

Captain — Lewis Tremble. 

Lieutenant — John Quandrill. * 

Ensign — Thomas Bradley. 

Fifth company. 

Captain— William Smith. 
Lieutenant— Nathaniel Smith. 
Ensign — Jacob Rice. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 705 



Sixth company. 

Captain—Jonathan Vernon. 
Lieutenant — Seth Thomas. 
Ensign — Joshua Sharpless. 

Seventh company. 

Captain— William Price. 
Lieutenant — ^John Price. 
Ensign — Thomas Price. 

Eighth company. 

Captain— William Kirk. 
Lieutenant— James Williamson. 
Ensign — Amos Peninger. 

THOMAS LEVIS, S. L. C. C. 
August 4, 1780. 



RETURN OF OFFICERS IN THE SIXTH BATTAUON OF 
CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA, (c.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Caleb Davis. 

Major. 
William Brooke. 

First company. 

Captain — ^John Lindsay. 
Lieutenant— George Litzenburg. 
Ensign— John Cornogg. 

Second company. 

Captain — Hugh Jones. 
Lieutenant— John Quin. 
Ensign— Hezekiah Kemp. 

45— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



70e ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Third company. 

Captain— Curtis Lownes. 
Lieut. — Charles Sankey. 
Ensign— Baldin Weaver. 

Fourth company. 

Captain— Lewis Tremble. Run to the English in Phila. 
Lieut.— John Quandrill. 

Ensign— Thomas Bradley. A worthless drunken fellow 
and Capt. Finney ill at Darby. 

Fifth company. 

Captain— William Smith. 
Lieut— Nathaniel Smith. 
Ensign— Jacob Rice. 

Sixth company. 

Captain — ^Jonathan Vernon. 

Lieut.— Seth Thomas. A trader when the English was ai 

Phila. 
Ensign— Joshua Sharpless. 

Seventh company. 

Captain— William Price. 
Lieut.— John Price. 
Ensign — Thomas Price. 

Eighth company. 

Captain— William Kirk. 
Lieut. — James Williamson, 
iunslgn— Amos Penlnger. 

THOMAS LEVIS. S. L. C. C. 
August 4th, 1780. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



707 



A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. JAMES CLARK'S COMPANY 
OF THE SIXTH BATTALLION OF AND FIFTH CLASS OF 
PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA UNDER THE COMMAND OF 
COLLONEL JAMES TAYLOR 1780. (c.) 



CemmisBloned Officers. 

Captain. 

James Clark. 

Lieutenant. 
James Gribin. 

Ensign. 
Ueorge King. 

Non-commissioned Officers. 

Hugh Long. 
Robt. Milholm. 
John Boyd. 



First Class. 



Isaac Moore. 
James McFerson. 
Joseph Penney. 
Hendry Bowman. 



William Sloan. 
Robert Mortland. 
James Penney. 
John Long. 



Thomas Pennal. 
William Atcheson. 
Nathaniel Kelley. 



Second Class. 



Archibald Ankram. 
Barnerd Allen. 
Samuel Boyd. 
James forguson. 



Hugh Reed. 
James Marshal. 
Andrew Higgins. 
Robert Steen. 



Third Class. 



James McNeal. 
Thomas McConnel. 
John Bowman. 
William Alls. 



708 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Fourth Class. 



Samuel McEntier. 
Nathaniel Clark. 
Samuel Steel. 
Thomas Miles. 
William Penney. 



Samuel Morrison. 
James Morrison. 
James Bigham. 
James Buckannon. 
James Moore, Sr. 
James Miller. 
Alexander McNight 



James Snodgrass. 
Rx)bert Wallace. 
Matthew Atchison. 
David Johnson. 



Fifth Class. 



Hugh Penney. 
David Mahon. 
Samuel Milholm. 
John Sanderland. 
John Boyd. 
James Reed. 
John Robeson. 



Sixth Class. 



Hugh Rippy. 
William Nelson. 
Robert Clark. 
William McLaughlin. 
Ephraim Hughey. 



Hugh Mclntier. 
John Ferguson. 
Macky McCollough. 
John Dinnis. 



Seventh Class. 



Thomas Neal. 
James Moore. 
James Knox. 
Alexander Mclaughlin. 



Robert McGee. 

Joseph Ball. 

James Long. 

Hendry Stuart, Dischargd. 



Eight Class. 



David Crawford. 
Robert McCollough. 
Hugh Holloday. 
Aaron Black. 
Samuel Moore. 
Alexander Snodgrass. 
John Hughey. 
James Milholm. 
Wm. McCollough. 
Adam Anderson. 
Jas. Morrison. 
Hendry furry. 



David McGibony. 
Jas. Dinnis. 
Thos. Clark. 
Simon Hesten. 
Alexander Bags. 
John Long, Junior. 
David Chambers. 
George Carnahen. 
Patrick Harrah. 
Georg talor. 
Adam Anderson. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER 



709 



A LIST OF THE MALE WHITE PERSONS IN CAPT. KIRK'S 
COMPANY FOR THE YEAR 1780. (c.) 



Captain. 
William Kirk. 



Jonathan Evans. 
Joshua Bonsall. 
Benj'n Lobb. 
Thos. Lewis. 
James Steell. 
Jonathan Bonsall. 

Joseph Bonsall. 
Thos. Marshall. 
Nathan Garrett. 
Wm. Moore. 
John Yard. 
Job Evans. 



Joseph Oldfield. 
Joseph Hibbard. 
Nathan Hayes. 
Isreal Roberts. 

Thos. Brooks. 
Hezekiah Hibbard. 
James Moore. 
Evan Evans. 
Nathan Sellars. 



Lieutenant. 
James Williamson. 

Ensign. 
Amos Peninger. 

1st Clasa 



Wm. Bonsall. 
Wm. West, Junr. 
John Bobbit. 
John Longdon. 
Levy Tyson. 



2d Class. 



John Ash. 
Abram Lewis. 
Wm. Pawlin. 
Robert Steel. 
Samuel Lewis. 
John Supler. 



3d Class. 



Robert McClellen. 
Benj'n Yard. 
James Gwings. 



4th Class. 



Wm. Miller. 
Wm. Taylor. 
Saml. Gibson. 
Abram Foreman. 
Henry Hooffstedler. 



710 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



5th Class. 



Abram Lobb. 
Richd. Hayes. 
Nathan Thomson. 
Obom Garrett 
Abram Marshall. 
Rlchd. Carnes. 



Joseph Kirk. 
Alexander Kims. 
James Brown. 
Morris Truman. 
Wm. Randerman. 
Jonathn. Hayworth. 



6th Glass. 



John BaU. 
John Hibbard. 
Jamea Marshall. 
Isaac Lobb. 
Jonathn. Brown. 



Wm. Taylor. 
Robert Dunbarr. 
Wm. Albus. 
Jacob Vaughen. 
John Smith. 



7th Class. 



Isaac Kirk. 
Benj'n Bartram. 
Mathew Ash. 
James Pyott. 
James Thomas. 
Isaac Hibbard. 
Saml. Leadom. 



Thos. Garrett. 
John Moore. 
Wm. West. 
Jonathn. Pennell. 
John Vernon. 
David Mathews. 
Thos. Pattam. 



8th Class. 



Wm. Lewis. 
Aaron Marshall. 
Nathan Davis. 
Thos. Kitchen. 
Saml. Levis. 



Charles Lloyd. 
Thos. Rudolph. 
Abner Evans. 
Thos. Kirk. 
George Yard. 



Chester, ss: 

Capt. Kirk Affirmd to this Roll to be a true Return to the 
best of his Knowledge of the Male White Persons in his 
Compy. within the Militia Law 

before 

THOS. LEVIS. S. L. C. C. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER 



711 



A LIST OF THE NAMES OF THE PERSONS ENROLED IN 
THE EIGHTH COMPANY OF THE SIXTH BATTAUON 
OF CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
LIEUT. COL. CALEB DAVIS FOR THE LATTER PART 
OP THE SEASON ANNO DOMINI 1780. (c.) 



Jonathan Evans. 
Thomas Lewis, Jun. 
Jonathan Bonsall. 
William Bonsall. 
John Longeton. 
Lawrence Lowre. 
Joseph Bonsall. 
Samuel Lewis. 
John Yard. 
John Ash. 
John Supler. 
Robert Farrior. 
Benjamin Yard. 
Robert Mcclelen. 
James Webb. 
Thomas Brooks. 
Evan Evans. 
Wm. Domiller. 
Moses Wells. 
Henry Hosstiler 
Nathan thompson. 
Richard Kerns. 
Joseph Kirk. 
Alexander Kerns. 



Captain. 
Wm. Kirk. 

Lieutenant. 
James Williamson. 

Ensign. 
Amos Penigar. 

Privates. 

William banderman. 
Robert Dunbar. 
Jacob vaughan. 
John Smith. 
Isaac Kirk. 
Samuel Leadom. 
Matthew Ash. 
John vemon. 
David Matthews. 
William Lewis. 
Thomas Kitchen. 
Charles Lloyd. 
Thomas Rudolph. 
Abner Evans. 
Thomas Kirk. 
George Yard. 
Joseph Brady. 
Edward vaughan. 
Samuel James. 
George Creger. 
Jonathan Smith. 
Wm. Alius. 
Joseph Oldfeild. 



WILLIAM KIRK. Capt 
Novbr. 26th, 1780. 

A true Return. 



712 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



A RETURN OF UPPER DARBY COMPANY OF MEUFIA 
FOR THE YEAR 1780. COMMANDED BY COL. CALEB 
DAVIS, (c.) 



William Kirk. Cap't 
James Williamson, L't. 
Amos Pennegar, Ens. 



Jonathan Evans. 
Joshua Bonsyl. 
Benjamen Lobb. 
Thomas Lewis, Jun. 
James Steel. 
Jonathan Bonsyl. 
William Bonsyl. 
William West, Jun. 
John Dobbitt. 
John Longdon. 
Lawrance Lowry. 
Levi Tyson. 
Joseph Bonsyl. 
Thomas Marshal. 
Samuel Lewis. 
Nathan Garrett, Junr. 
William More. 
John Yard. 
Job Evans. 
John Ash. 
Abram Lewis. 
William Pollin. 
Robert Parkes. 
Joseph Oldfield. 
Joseph Hibard. 
Nathan Hays. 
Robert Farrior. 
Isral Roberts. 
William Davis. 
Benjaman Yard. 
John Young. 
Robert McClannon. 
James Gerings. 
Webb at paper mill. 



Thomas Brooks. 
Hezekiak Hibberd. 
James More. 
Evan Evans. 
Nathan Sellers. 
William Domiller. 
John Taylor. 
Samuel Gibson. 
William Hansen. 
Moses Wills. 
Abram Foreman. 
Henery Hoofs teller. 
Abraham Lobb. 
Richard Hayes. 
Nathan Thomson. 
Oban Garrett. 
Abraham Marshal. 
Richard Kerns. 
Joseph Kirk. 
Franses Shields. 
Alexander Carnes. 
James Browne. 
Morris Truman. 
William Bonderman. 
John Ball. 
John Hibbard. 
Joseph Ball. 
James Marshall. 
Isaac Lobb. 
George Forth. 
Jonathan Brown. 
William Taylor. 
Robert Dunbar. 
William Allbes. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



713 



John Smith. 
Isaac Kirk. 
Benjamin Bartrum. 
Marthew Ash. 
James Pyott 
Isaac Hibbard, Jur. 
Samuel Leadum. 
Thomas Garrett 
John More. 
William West, Sen. 
John Varnon. 
David Marthews. 
Thomas Pattoo. 
William Lewis. 



Aron Marshall. 
Nathan Davis. 
Enock Bonsyel. 
Thomas Kitchen. 
Samuel Levis. 
Charles Lloyd. 
Thomas Rudolph. 
John Reeder, Jun. 
Abner Evans. 
Thomas Kirk. 
Qeorge Yard. 
Robert Steel. 
John Supler. 



A UST OF THE NAMES OF THE PERSONS ENROLED IN 
CAPTAIN CURTIS LOWNES COMPANY OF MILITIA COM- 
MANDED BY LIEUT. COL. CALEB DAVIS, FOR YEAR 
1780. (c.) 



Privates. 



Curtis Lownes. 
Baldn. Weaver. 
Abrm. Garrett. 
Hugh Lownes. 
Wm. Levis. 
Edward Fell. 
Wm. Marshal. 
Wm. Paste. 
Elisha Worrell. 
Jesse Maris, Junr. 
Jehu Maris. 
Esa Davis. 
Israel Taylor. 
Jesse Maris, Senr. 
John Maris. 
George Maris. 
Edward Home. 
David Lyon. 
Aaron Ogden. 
Wm. Caldwell. 
J no. Lewis. 



Saml. Pancoast. 
Seth pancoast. 
James Dicks. 
Andy McClenon. 
Jno. Ogden. 
Jno. Caldwell. 
Henry Effinger. 
Wm. Lain. 
Thos. Taylor. 
James Haycock. 
Jno. Markward. 
David Hall. 
Joseph Powek 
Isaac Rhoads. 
George Powel. 
Benjn. Taylor. 
Slater Lownes. 
Joseph Rhoads. 
Isaac Maris. 
BenJn. Pile. 
Owen Rhoaas. 



714 



ASSOdATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Jno. Evans. 
Jno. IftathewB. 
Hngh Mcferon. 
Leonard High. 
Wm. Kenady. 
Mordica Lawrence. 
Thos. Deil Weaver. 
Jacob Lobb. 
Jno. Levis. 
Peter Worrell. 
Wm. Walterhouse. 
Lewis Hansel. 
Richard field. 
Jacob Myers. 
Jna Glen. 



Wm. Nail. 
Elisha Worrell. 
Matthias Tjrson. 
Edward Newlin. 
Jno. Lindsay. 
Jas. Webb. 
William Coldwell. 
Jno. Hall. 
Joseph Gibbons. 
Chas. Sonky. 
Josh. Lawrence. 
Jassa. Worrell. 
John Hooim. 
Seth Evens. 
John Piles. 

CURTIS LOWNBS, CapL 



A UST OF THE NAMES OF THE PERSONS ENROLL'D 
IN THE THIRD COMPANY OF THE SIXTH BATTALION 
OF CHESTER COUNTY MIUTIA COMMANDED BY 
LIEUT. COLONEL CALEB DAVIS IN YEAR 1780. (c.) 



Captain. 
Curtis Lownes. 



Lieutenant. 
Chas. Sankey. 



Abraham Garrett. 

Hugh Lownes. 

Wm. Levies. 

Edward Fell. 

Wm. Marshal. 

Wm. Paste. 

Elisha Worrall. 

Joseph Worrall, Doct'r. 

Jesse Maris, Jun'r. 

Jehu Maris. 

Asa Davis. 

Israel Taylor. 



John Maris. 
George Maris. 
Edward Home. 
David Lyon. 
Aaron Ogden. 
Wm. Caldwell. 
John Lewis. 
Saml. Pancoast. 
Seth Pancoast. 
James Dicks. 
Andr'w McClenon. 
John Ogden. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER 



715 



Henry effinger. 
Wm. Lain. 
Edward Nulin. 
Thos. Taylor. 
James Haycock. 
David Hall. 
Joseph Powel. 
Isaac Rhoads. 
Benj'n Taylor. 
Slater Lownes. 
Joseph Rhoads. 
Isaac Maris. 
Jesse Worrall. 
John Pyle. 
Seth Evans. 
Benjn. Pyle. 
Owen Rhoads. 
J no. Evans. 
J no. Mathews. 
Hugh Mcferon. 
Leonard High. 
Wm. Kanady. 



Mordica Lawrence. 
Thos. D. Weaver. 
Jacob Lobb. 
John Levis. 
Wm. Walterhouse. 
Lewis Hansel. 
Richard field. 
Jacob Myres. 
Henry Nail. 
Elisha Worrall. 
Jonathan Russel. 
Mathias Tyson. 
Saml. Staddon. 
Joseph Worrall, Ju'r. 
Thos. Forrest. 
David Davis. 
Dan'l Broom. 
Jos'a Lawrence. 
Joseph Lawrence. 
Lewis Pennell. 
Joseph Tylay. 
Joseph Gibbons. 

CURTIS LOWNES, Capt. 



A LIST OF THE MALE WHITE PERSONS IN CAPT. 
LOWNES COMP'Y FOR THE YEAR 1780 BETWEEN THE 
AGES OF 18 & 53 YEARS, (c.) 



Captain. 
Curtis Lownes. 

Lieutenant. 
Charles Sankey. 



James Heacock. 
David Hall. 
Samuel Pancoast. 
Jehn Maris. 



1st Class. 



Isaac Taylor. 
James Dicks. 
Mathias Tyson. 
John Markward. 



716 



Joseph Powell. 
Jesse Worrall. 
John OgdeD. 
Isaac Rhoads. 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

2nd Class. 

Geo. Powell. 
Edward Fell. 
Aaron Ogden. 
John Glenn. 



Benjamin Taylor. 
Wm. Afflick. 
Slator Lownes. 
Joseph Rhoads. 



3rd Class. 



Abram Garrett 
Joseph Worrall, Jr. 
Lewis Hansen. 
Henry Neal. 



4th Class. 



Isaac Maris. 
William Marshall. 
David Lyon. 
William Paist. 
Mordecai Lawrence. 
Baldwin Weaver. 



Joseph Gibbons. 
Wm. Lain. 
Benjn. Pyle. 
Hugh McFern. 
Leonard High. 
Seth Evans. 



Henry Efflnger. 
Jesse Maris, Jr. 
Wm. Kennedy. 
John Hall. 
John Levis. 
Thos. Taylor. 



Jesse Maris. 
Wm. Walterhouse. 
Thos. Dell Weaver. 
Rich'd Field. 
Geo. Maris. 



5th Class. 



Elisha Worrall. 
Edward Newlin. 
Jacob Ix)bb. 
Wm. Espey. 
Dan'l Broom. 



6th Class. 



John Hoops. 
John Pyle. 
Wra. Levis. 
Jacob Miers. 
John Morrison. 
Joseph Lawrence. 



Seth Pancoast. 
Owen Rhoads. 



7th Class. 



Jonathan Russell. 
Joseph Tyley. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



717 



8th Class. 



John Elvans. 
John Lewis. 
Hugh Lownes. 
Edward Horn. 
Isreal Taylor. 

Chester ss. 
Sworn before 



Wm. Caldwell, Jr. 
Elisha Worrall. 
John Matthews. 
And'w McClelland. 
Lewis Pennell. 

CURTIS LOWNES, Capt. 



THO'S LEWIS, S. L. C. C. 



A LIST OP THE NAMES OF THE PERSONS ENROLLED 
IN THE FIRST COMPANY OF THE SIXTH BATTAUON 
OP CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
LIEUTENANT COLONEL CALEB DAVIS. 1780. (c) 



Captain. 
John Lyndsay. 

Lieut. 
George Litzenberg. 



John Haworth. 
Richard Tipping. 
Daniel McElroy. 
Abraham Cornog. 
Edward Hughs. 
Christian Petterman. 
Samuel McClure. 
Robbert McGooging. 
John Davis. 
Wm. Lloyd. 
Jacob Bare. 
John Cochran. 
Jacob Charls. 
Wm. Llewelyn. 



Ensign. 

John Cornog. 

Jacob- Humphreys. 
'Solloman Gundy. 
John Point. 
Griffith Davis. 
Michall Timple. 
Jacob Johnson. 
Jacob Prince. 
William Downey. 
Philip Sheaff. 
John Litzenberg. 
Hennery Piser. 
James Miles. 
James Thomson. 
Abraham Hughs. 



718 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Joseph Worrell. 
Laugh Ian McEntosh. 
Joseph Dalany. 
James Quin. 
Richard Willing. 
Wm. Asby. 
Jesse Davis. 
Jonathan Haycock. 
John Robb. 
Isaac Davis. 
Jesse Ellis. 
Jonathan Ellis. 
John Lee. 
Equilah McVaugh. 
John Furlow. 
Abraham Leading. 
David Ellis. 



Lewes Griffith. 
Ellexander Soley. 
John Thomas. 
Obediah Wildy. 
Benjamin Pearson. 
Samuel Briggs. 
Isaac Briggs (not of age). 
Samuel Gracy. 
Andrew Super. 
George More. 
Jacob Beery. 
Joseph Davis. 
Mahlon Haworth. 
James Reynolds. 
Ellexander Thomson. 
William Camp. 



A LIST OF THE NAMES OF THE PERSONS ENROLED IN 
THE SEVENTH COMPANY OF THE SIXTH BATTALION 
OF CHESTER COUNTY MELITIA COMMANDED BY 
LIEUT. COL. CALEB DAVIS. ANNO DOMINI 1780. (c) 



William Price, Capt. 
John Price, Lieut. 

Abraham Dicks. 
Benjamin Taylor. 
Ezekiel Wilson. 

John Kelts. 
Jacob Worroll. 



Thos. Price, Insign. 



1st Class. 



Aaron Wood. 
Thomas Cabrin. 



2nd Class. 



James Forlst. 
William Wood. 



3rd Class. 



Mordica Roberts. 
Jacob Deel. 
Joseph Foill. 
John Snowd. 
Mickiel Tritts. 



Robart Calvin. 
Mathiaa Sillie. 
Isaac Culin. 
Jacob Cox. 
Isaac Allon. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



719 



4th Class. 



William Long. 
Daniel Morton. 
John Holston. 
Isaac Byre. 

Thomas Smith. 
Richard Crosby. 
Mickiel Kette. 
Petter Worrow. 

John Huff. 
Abijah Price. 
William Worroil. 



William McCarty. 
Edwart Lain. 
Elias Vernon. 



6th Class. 



David Tranor. 
John Crozer. 
Charlis Wright. 



6th Class. 



Christopher Ginger. 
William Archer. 
Thomas Simpleler. 



7th Class. 



John Crosby. 
Sam'l Price. 
Benjamin Thomas. 
John Worrow. 
John Wood. 
Mathew Wood. 
John Barr. 
George Person. 



Thomas Hincin. 

Veil Price. 

Henrey Mires. 

Thomas Bloomer. 

John Crozer, Q. M. Sergent. 

James Crozer, S. Nager. 

Harvey Lewis, Quarter Master. 



John Vac tor. 
Benjamin Kerns. 
Jacob Grant. 
Isaac Hance. 



8th Class. 



Thomas Smith, Jun'r. 
Charlis Kerrey. 
Mickel Head. 
Thomas Forist. 



A LIST OF THE NAMES OF THE PERSONS ENROLD IN 
THE THIRD COMPANY OF THE SIXTH BATTALION OF 
CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA COMMANDED BY LIEUT. 
COL'N DAVIS. ANNO DOMINI 1780. (c.) 



William Smith, Capt. 
Natha'n Smith, Lieut. 



Jacob Rice, Ensign. 



720 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Ist Class. 



John Humphreys. 
Aaron Oakford. 
Jacob Serrell. 
William Horn. 
Samuel Uran. 
Israel Helmes. 



John Palmer. 
Nathan Pearson. 
Joseph Boon. 



Phillip Corroden. 
William Painter. 
Abel More. 
John Write. 
John Fox. 



2nd Class. 



Samuel Ash. 
Moses Lincom. 
Swan Boon. 



3rd Class. 



William McCord. 
George Swayne. 
Isaac Huff. 
Alexander Morrow. 



John Govett. 
John Lican. 
John Brooks. 
Isaac Sullender. 
Josiah Bunting. 



Wm. Morrow. 
Philip Clime. 
John Horn. 
Patrick Moody. 
Luke Fredrick. 
John Rlvly. 



Abraham Holmes. 
John Haycock. 
William Hill. 



4th Class. 



Benj'n Ellolt. 
Ad'w Boon, Sen'r. 
John Garrett. 
Jesse Bonsell. 



5th Class. 



John Nitsilles. 
Isaac Serrell. 
Thos. Williams. 
Lewis Painter. 
Shadrick Hartsto. 
Conrod .Sholts. 



6th Class. 



Sam'l Boon. 
Isaac Loyd. 
Joseph Rudulph. 
George Gruber. 
John Pearson. 
Rich'd Humphreys. 



Jonathan Haycock. 
Hugh Ix)yd. 
Martin Hildebrand. 
Samuel Huff. 
Thos. Quigly. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



721 



Thos. Watts. 
Jonathan Pearson. 
George Lican. 
Joseph Pearson. 



7th Class. 



Jacob Painter. 
Andrew Boon. 
Robert Thomas. 
Wm. Morris. 



8th Class. 



David Lican. 
Nicholas Rice. 
Henry Paschal. 
Joseph Wood. 
James Osburn. 
John Warrier. 



George McCleas. 
Frances Sheilds. 
Neals Bradly. 
Robert Crozer. 
George Hufstiler. 
Sam'l Shaw. 



A LIST OF THE NAMES OF THE PERSONS BNROLLEl> 
IN THE SIXTH COMPANY OF THE SIXTH BATTALION 
OF CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA COMMANDED BY LIE!'- 
TENANT COLONEL CALEB DAVIS, ANNO DOMINI 178ii 
(c.) 



Benj. Worrall. 
Peter Defield. 
Evan Taylor. 



1st Class. 



Jcieph Garrison. 
Israel Taylor. 
Isaac McElevain. 



2nd Class. 



Thos. Briggs. 
Andrew Linn. 
Owen Worrell. 
Jno. Willcock. 
David Price. 
Joshue Ely. 



Roger Dicks. 
Edw. Owen. 
George Fetter man. 
Allex Hopkins. 
Joseph Jobson. 



3rd Class. 



Enock Taylor. 
Micheal Bready. 
Job. Green. 

46— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



Jno. Faris. 
Robt. Neill. 
Jno. Lowden. 



722 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 
4th Class. 



Danl. Sharpless. 
Rltchd. Swaffer. 
Wm. Robertson. 
Abraham Calvert 



Moses Vernon. 
James Malin. 
Jacob Kimes. 



Jacob Malin. 
Hugh Maxwell. 
Wm. Edwards. 
Fred'k Dicks. 
Joseph Edwards. 



6th Class. 



Joseph Lindsay. 
John Hinkson. 
Peter Worrall. 
Morris Morris. 
Moses Moore. 



William Mahlin. 
Philip Kirrk. 
Adam Worrall. 
Jacob Dunn. 



6th Class. 



Thos. Worrall. 
Saml. Malin. 
Nath. Sharpless. 



7th Class. 



Isaac Taylor. 
Nath. Calvert. 
Jonathan Worrall. 
Rlchd. Briggs. 
Thos. Hinkson. 
Andrew Johnston. 



James Wood. 
Saml. N^ernon. 
Thos. Vernon. 
John Slater. 
Robt. Lindsay. 



James Elliot. 
Thos. Smedley. 
Danl. Broomall. 
Thos. Bishop. 
Piter Dicks. 



Chester ss. 

Affirmed before 



8th Class. 

Jno. Taylor. 
Joseph Booth. 
Edward Flownders. 
Nath. Newlin. 

JONATHAN VERNON, Capt. 

Dec. ye 4, 1780. 

THOS. LEWIS, S. L. C. C. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



723 



MUSTER ROLL. OF LIEUT. JOHN QUANDRILL COMPANY 
FOR THE YEAR 1780^ OF THE MALE WHITE PERSONS 
WITHIN THE MILITIA LAW. (c.) 



Lieutenant. 
John Quandrill. 

Ensign. 
Abram Culin. 



Lewis Tremble. 
Jonas Cowan. 



1st Class. 



Christopher Graff. 
Charles Wright. 



2nd Class. 



William Cowan. 
John Morris. 
Job Helms. 



Andw. Longacre. 
Wm. Smith. 
Israel Taylor. 



George Morton. 
Saml. Morris. 
John Mitchell. 



Wm. Johnson. 
George Fredrick. 



3rd Class. 



Mathias Netsillas. 
Wm. Fines. 



4th Class. 



Duncan McDonald. 
John Quandrill, Jn. 
Shedrick Hartsow. 



Benjn. Richards. 
Joseph Merrion. 
Philip Clime. 



Wm. Archer. 
Edward Wass. 
John Chapman. 



5th Class. 



Isaac Hendrickson. 
John Culin. 



6th Class. 



Philip Diamond. 
John Crisman. 
Abram Hamitt. 



724 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Andw. Vandike. 
William Wright. 
Jacob Galley. 
Casper Tritea 

John Miller. 
John Powell. 
Abram Tremble. 



7th Class. 



John Trites. 
John ftooff. 
Eli Bamett. 



8th Class. 



Laurence Kenney. 
Peter Longacre. 



Nihs. Dichl. Light Horse. 
Sketz Morton, Light Horse. 
Benjn. Rue, Light Horse. 

The above cGrtifled by 

Chester s. o. 
Sworn before 



Chas. Grantham, Light Horse. 
Lewis Rue, Light Horse. 



JOHN QUANDRILL. 



THOS. LEWIS, L. C. C. 



A RETURN OF THE 



COMPANY OF YE SIXT BAT- 
TALION OF C. C. MILITIA COMMANDED BY LT. COL. 
CALEB DAVIS, (c.) 



Captain. 
John Quin. 

Lieut. 
Hazacia Camp. 

Ensign. 
Thomas Maxwell. 



Wm. Murry. 
Richard Fawkes. 
Jas. Lewis. 
John Hunter. 
Nathen Field. 
John Krim. 



Charles McClasky. 
Jacob Danely. 
Thos. Leech. 
Petar Garret. 
William Salkild. 
Jas. Haws. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



725 



Thomas Thomas. 
Samuel Celty. 
Ezra Thomas. 
William Reece. 
Seth Worrall. 
Mordicai Morris. 
Evan Lewis. 
Daniel Worrall. 
David Dunn. 
John Fawkes. 
Nathen Worrall. 
Abner More. 
Moses Madson. 
Joshua Pennell. 
Azaria Lewis. 
Edward Hunter. 
David Thomas. 
Philip More. 
Thomas Espy. 
Jesse Gadden. 
Jacob Bare. 
Simon Mereadeth. 
Philip Thomas. 
Neel Murry. 
J as. Greag. 
Jas. Worrall. 
Jas. Camron. 
Petar Lewis. 
Jonathan Thomas. 
James Gorman. 
Joseph Hood. 
James Jones. 
George Dunn. 
Isaac Reece. 
David Maris. 
Jacob Thomas. 

December ye 5th, 1780. 



David Allexander. 
Ged'n Dunn. 
John Free. 
David Pratt. 
Able Bond. 
Jonathan Morris. 
John Baldwin. 
John Hall. 
Mord. Taylor. 
Joseph Lawrence. 
Reece Garret 
George Newlin. 
John Shilling. 
Thomas More. 
Jeremia Jarman. 
John Culin. 
Andrew Wilson. 
Charles Baly. 
George Batten. 
Daniell Ryan. 
Jas. Espy. 
Benjamin Worrall. 
John Ryan. 
Enoch Gorman. 
John Williamson. 
John Worrall. 
Edward Baly. 
Enos Worrall. 
Jess. Reece. 
Isaac Burn. 
Lewis Maris. 
Aaron Warrall. 
Wm. Burn. 
Wm. Magor. 
Wm. Espy. 
John Davis. 



JOHN QUIN, Capt. 



726 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



April the 24th. 1781. 
A LIST OF THE PERSONS INROLLED IN THE FOURTH 
COMPANY OF THE SIXTH BATTALION OF CHESTER 
COUNTY MILITIA COMMANDED BY LIEUT. COL. 
DAVIS, (c.) 



Captain. 
John Quandrill. 



Lewis Tremble. 
Jones Cowen. 
Edward Lane. 

William Cowen. 
John Morris. 



1st Class. 



Christopher Graff. 
John Greenwood. 



2nd Class. 



Abraham Culin. 
Jacob Helmes. 



Andrew Longacre. 
William Smith. 
Israel Taylor. 



3rd Class. 



George Davis. 
Jacob Walters. 
Mathias Sillious. 



4th Class. 



George Morton. 
Samuel Morris. 
John Mitchell. 
Duncean McDonald. 
Jacob Kowan. 
John Quandrill, Junier. 
Ihadrack Hertsoughs. 



Benjn. Richards. 
Joseph Marien. 
Philip Clime. 

William Archer. 
Edward Wass. 
John Chapman. 



Nich's Diehl, Lighthouse. 
Sketchley Morton, Lighthouse. 
Benjn. Rue, Lighthouse. 
Charles Granatham, Light- 
house. 
Lewis Rue, Lighhouse. 



5th Class. 



Isaac Hendrickson. 
John Culin. 



6th Class. 



Phillip Diamond. 
John Crisman. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



727 



Andrew Vandyke. 
William Wright 
Jacob Gaily. 



7th Class. 



Casper TritesL 
John Trites. 
John Hooff. 



8th Class. 



John Miller. 
John Powel. 
Abraham Trimble. 
Laurens Kenney. 

The above certified by 

Chester s. s. 
Sworn before 



Isaac Thomson. 
James Erven. 
Peter Longacre. 



JOHN QUANDRIL. 



THOS. LBVIT. 



A RETURN OF THE COMPANY OF THE SIXTH BAT- 
TALION OF CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA COMMANDED 
BY LIEUT. COLL, CALEB DAVIS, (c.) 



Captain. 
John Quin. 

Lieutenant. 
Haz. Camp. 

Ensign. 
Jos. Burns. 

Sarjeant. 
Jas. Camron. 



Wm. Murry. 
Rich'd Fawkes. 
Jno. Hunter. 
Nathen Field. 
John Krim. 



1st Class. 

Jas. Lewis. 
Charles Maclasky. 
Jacob Danely. 
Thos. Leech. 
Peter Garret. 



m_jm 



728 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



2nd Class. 



Neel Murry. 
Thos. Thomas. 
Samuel Cally. 
Azra Thomas. 
Wm. Reece. 



Isaac Pennington. 
Charles Baly. 
John Fawkes. 
Nathen Worrall. 



Azaria Lewis. 
Edward Hunter. 
David Thomas. 



Seth Worrall. 
Wm. Salkild. 
Evan Lewis. 
Daniel Worral. 



3rd Class. 



Isaac Farr. 
Moses Madson. 
David Dunn. 



4th Class. 



Philip More. 
Giddieu Thomas. 
Thos. Espy. 



5th Class. 



John Davis. 
Jacob Bare. 
Simon Mereadeth. 
Jas. Worrall. 
Edward More. 



Jas. Greag. 
Wm. Farr. 
Isaac Reece. 
David Maris. 
David Alexender. 



Jonathan Thomas. 
James Gorman. 
Wm. I^ewis. 
George Dunn. 



6th Class. 



Gid'n Dunn. 
David Pratt. 
Abl. Bond. 
Jonathen Morris. 
John Hall. 



7th Class. 



Mordecai Taylor. 
Reece Garret. 
George Newlong. 
John Shillingford. 
Thos. More. 
Joseph Lawrence. 



George Batten. 
Jas. Esp. 



Benj'n Worrall. 
Jeremia Jarmin. 
John Culin. 
Andrew Wilson. 
Didimus Lewis. 



8th Class. 



Enoch Gorman. 
John Williamson. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



729 



John Worral. 
Edward Baley. 
Enox Woral. 
Isaac Burn. 
Levis Maris. 

May ye 24th, 1781. 



Aron Worral 1. 
William Magor. 
RoDomus Will. 
Arther Ellis. 



JOHN QUIN, Capt 



A LIST OF THE NAMES OF THE PERSONS ENROLLED 
IN THE SIXTH COMPANY OF THE SIXTH BATTALION 
OF CHESTER CO. MILITIA COMMANDED BY COLLO- 
NAL CALEB DAVIS, ANNO DOMINI 1781. (c.) 



Captain. 
Jonathan Vernon. 

Lieut. 
Thos. Willcox. 

Ensign. 
Joshua Sharpless. 



William Wilkinson. 
Benj'a Worrall. 
Peter Defield. 
Joseph Garrison. 

Thos. Briggs. 
Rltch'd Persons. 
Owen Worrall. 
Jno. Wilcox. 
Joshua Ely. 



Enoch Taylor. 
Mich'l Bready. 
Job Green. 
Jno. Paris. 



1st ClafiS. 

Isral Taylor. 
Peter Tranor. 
Edw'd WooQward. 

2nd Class. 

Roger Dicks. 
Kdw'd Owen. 
George Petterman. 
Alex'd Hopkins. 
Joseph Jobson. 

3rd Class. 

Hob't Meill. 
Jno. I.owden. 
\\ m. Oaymount. 



710 



A8SOCIATOR8 AND HIUTIA. 



Dan'l SharplesB. 
Richd. Swaffer. 
Wm. Robeson. 
Abraham Calvert 



4th ClasB. 



Moses Vernon. 
James Malin. 
Jacob Kimes. 



6th Class. 



Jacob Bftallin. 
Hugh MazwelL 
FML Dicks. 
Joseph Bdwards. 



Philip Kirk. 
Addam Worrall. 
Jacob Dnnn. 



Jno. Hinkson. 
Peter WorralL 
Moses Moore. 



6th Class. 



Thos. Worrall. 
Saml. Malin. 
Nath*l Sharpless. 



7th Class. 



Isaac Taylor. 
Nathl. Calvert. 
Jonathan Worrall. 
Ritch'd Briggs. 
Thos. Hinkson. 
Seth Thomas. 



Andrew Johnston. 
James Wood. 
Saml. Vernon. 
Rob't Lindsay. 
Thos. Vernon. 



Thos. Smedley. 
Dan'l Broomall. 
Thos. Bishop. 
Peter Dick. 



Chester ss. 

Affirmed before 



8th Class. 

Jno. Taylor. 
Edwd. Flounders. 
Thos. Broomall. 
Wm. Burns. 

JONATHAN VERNON, Capt 

May ye 28tb, 1781. 



THO*S LEVIS. S. L- C. C 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



731 



Haverford, Nov. 26, 1781. 

A LIST OF THE NAMES OF THE PERSONS ENROLLED 
IN THE FIRST COMPANY OF THE SIXTH BATTALION 
OF CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
LIEUTENANT COLONEL CALEB DAVIS, (c.) 



Jesse Davis. 



Isaac Davis. 
Jesse Ellis. 



Captain. 
John Lyndsay. 

Lieutenant. 
George Lltzenberg. 

Ensign. 
John Cornog. 

1st Class. 

Abraham Cornog. 

2nd Class. 

Christian Peterman. 
Jonathan Ellis. 



3rd Class. 



Mathias Hanson. 
Richard Willing. 
Samuel McCIure. 



William Fullerton. 
Abraham leaden. 
David Ellis. 
Lewis Griffith. 
John Davis. 



John Thomas. 
Obediah Willdy. 
Richard Tippings. 



John Furlow. 
Isaac Butler. 



4th Class. 



William Lloyd. 
Jacob Bare. 
James Mills. 
Abraham Hughs. 
David Lyons. 



5th Class. 



Benjamin Pearson. 
Joseph Worrel. 



78S 



AfiSCKIIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



6th Claas. 



Samuel Brisgs. 
Samuel Gracy. 
William Llewelyn. 



Griffltli DavlB. 
Mlchall Irimple. 
Laghlon McAntOBh. 
Jacob Johnson. 



Jacob Beary. 
Jacob Prince. 
Joseph Davis. 
William Downey. 
Philip Sheaff. 
John TJtsenber& 



Jacob Humphreys. 
Soloman Oundy. 
John Point 



7th Class. 



James McMlnn. 
Andrew B'rederick: 
Hennery Wells. 



8th Class. 



James Quin. 
James Reynolds. 
John Trimble. 
Andrew Leard. 
Robert McOoogan. 



A RETURN OF THE SECOND COBIPANY OF THE SIXTH 
BATT. OF CHESTER COUNTY MELITIA COMMANDED 
BY CALEB DAVIS, LT. COU (c.) 



Richard Fawkes. 
John Hunter. 
George Hunter. 
Nathan Field. 
John Grim. 



John Quin, Capt 

Hazacia Camp, Lieut 

Jos. Burns, Ensn. 

Ist Class. 



Jas. Lewis. 
Charles McClasky. 
Jacob Danely. 
Thos. Leech. 
Peter Garreet. 



2nd Class. 



Neel Murry. 
Thos. Thomas. 
Samuel Cally. 
Peter Norbery. 
Azra Thomas. 



Seth Worrall. 
William Salkild. 
Evan Lewis. 
Daniel Worroll. 
Jas. Camron. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



733 



Srd Class. 



Jas. Skelton. 
Jas. Elot 
Henry Tissinger. 
Charles Baly. 
John Fawkes. 



Azaria Lewis. 
Edward Hunter. 
David Thomas. 



Nathan Worrall. 
Isaac Farx. 
Moses Madson. 
David Dunn. 



4th Class. 



Philip More. 
Jas. Rigby. 
Thomas Espy. 



5th Class. 



John Davis. 
Simon Meredith. 
Jas. Worrall. 
Jonathan Thomas. 
Jas. Gorman. 



William Lewis. 
John Stemple. 
Jos. Hood. 
Jas. Jones. 
George Dunn. 



Jas. Greag. 
William Tarr. 
Isaac Pennington. 
Isaac Reece. 



6th Class. 



David Allexander. 
David Pratt. 

Jonathan Morris, Doctor. 
John Hall. 



7th Class. 



Mordecai Taylor. 
Reece Garrett 
George Newlin. 
Thos. More. 



George Batten. 
Enoch Gormen. 
John Williamson. 
Edward Baly. 
Enos Worrall. 
Isaac Burns. 



Jas. Anderson. 
Benjamin Worrell. 
John Culin. 



8th Class. 



November ye 26th, 1781. 



Levis Maris. 
Aron Worrall. 
William Major. 
Edward More. 
Allexand Soly. 
Ronomus Will. 



JOHN QUIN, Capt, 



7S4 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



A RETURN OF UPPER DARBT COMPANY FOR THB LAT- 
TER PART OF THE SEASON, NOVEMBER 26TH, 1781, 
CAPT. WILUAM KIRK. (C.) 



Captain. 
William Kirk. 

Lieatenant' 
Jamefl Williamson. 

Ensign. 
Amas Pengr. 



Jonatlian Evans. 
Benjamin Lobb. 
Thomas Lewis. 
James Steel. 
Jonathan Bonsell. 
Wm. Bonsell. 
John Longdon. 
Lawrence Lowry. 
Levy Tyson. 
Joseph Bonsell. 
Thomas Marshell. 
Samuel Lewis. 
Nathan Garrett. 
Wm. Moore. 
Job EiVans. 
John Ash. 
Abraham Lewis. 
Wm. Pollen. 
Robert Steel. 
John Supler. 
Joseph Oldfield. 
Joseph Hibard. 
Nathan Hays. 
Israle Roberts. 
Benjaman Yard. 
Jonath. Brown. 
Rob. Maclennen. 
Mordica Lewis. 



John Dunlap. 
Nath. Ball. 
John Sellars, Junr. 
James Givings. 
Hezekiah Hibard. 
James Moore. 
Nath. Sellers. 
Samuel Gibson. 
Joseph Brady. 
Moses Wells. 
Richard Hays. 
Nath. Thomson. 
Oborn Garrett. 
Abraham Marshell. 
Joseph Kirk. 
Henery Hoofst. 
Abraham Lobb. 
Moris Truman. 
Wm. Banderm. 
John Ball. 
John Hibbard. 
Isaac Loob. 
Joseph Bull. 
James Marshall. 
Wm. Taylor. 
Robert Dunbar. 
Jacob Voughn. 
Isaac Kirk. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER 



735 



Benjam. Bartram. 
Marth Ash. 
James Pyott 
Isaac Hibard. 
Samuel Leedom. 
Thomas Garrett. 
John Moore. 
John Vernon. 
William Lewis (in 
Aaron Marsh. 
Nath. Davis. 
Thomas Kitcho. 
Thomas Kirk. 
Samuel Lewis. 
Charles Lloyd. 



Thomas Rudulph. 
Abner Evans. 
George Yard. 
Wm. Clunsen. 
Edward Vaugn. 
George Cregar. 
Wm. Tyson. 
Abram Holms, 
the Horse). Jacob Sowder. 
Asa Davis. 
Jonth. Smith. 
Owen Kirk. 
Jonatt Pennell. 
Nicies Maccredy. 
James Thomas. 

WM. KIRK, Capt 



November 26th, 1781. 
A RETURN OF MILITIAMEN BELONGING TO CAPTAIN 
CURTIS LOWNES COMPANY OF THE 6TH BATALION 
OF CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA, COMMANDED BY 
UEUT. COL. DAVIS, (c.) 



Names of men 


called out on their tower of dut 


Leonard High. 




John Ehrans. 


William Lane. 




John Lewis. 


Joseph Gibbons. 




Hugh Lownes. 


Seth Evans. 




EMward Home. 


Elisha Worrell, carp. 


[srael Taylor. 


Jacob Lobb. 




Elisha Worrell, miller. 


William Espy. 




Mathias Cooper. 


Daniel Broom. 




John Morrison. 


Henry Efflinger. 




Joseph Laurence. 


Jesse Maris, Junr. 




Joseph Toyley. 


William Cannady. 




Colin McClester. 


Thomas Taylor. 




John Ryan. 


William Levis. 


J 


Andrew McClennon. 


Seth Pancost. 


Lewis Pennel. 


Owen Roads. 








\ 


CURTIS LOWNES 



7tC 



A880CIATOR8 AND HIUTUL 



A RETURN OF THE SIXTH COMPANY OF MILITIA AND 
SIXTH BATTALUON OF CHESTER COUNTY FOR THB 
SUMMER 1781, COMMANDED BY LT. COUUONAL CALXB 
DAVIS, (c) 



Captain. 
Jonathan Vernon. 

Lleatenant 
Thos. Willcoz. 

Ensign. 
Joahaa Sharpless. 



William Wilkinson. 
Benja. Worrall. 
Joseph Garrison. 



Ist Class. 



Isral Taylor. 
Peter Defleld. 
Joseph Jobston. 



Thos. Briggs. 
Owen Worrall. 
Joshua Ely. 
Roger Dicks. 



2d Class. 



Edwd. Owen. 
George fetterman. 
Ailed. Hopkins. 
Edwd. Woodward. 



Enoch Taylor. 
Michel Bready. 
Job Green. 
Jno. Paris. 



3d Class. 



Kobt. Neill. 
Jno. Lowden. 
Wm. Basrmount 
Ritchd. Persons. 



" anl. Sharpless. 
Ritchd. Swaffer. 
Wm. Robeson. 
Abniham Calvert. 
n.tes Vernon. 



4th Class. 



Tno. Logmere. 

James Malin. 

Jacob Klmes. 

Isral Taylor, cordwinen 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



737 



Jacob Mallin. 
Hugh Maxwell. 
Fred. Dicks. 
Thos. Hinkson. 

Philip Kirk. 
Addam Worrall. 
Jacob W. Dunn. 



Isaac Taylor. 
Nathl. Calvert. 
Jonathan Worrall. 
Ritchd. Brlggs. 
Jno. Hinkson. 



Danl. Broomall. 
Thos. Bishop. 
Peter Dicks. 
Jno. Taylor. 

Decern ye 1th 1781. 



5th Class. 

Peter Worrall. 
Moses Moore. 
Joseph Edwards. 

6th Clafis. 

Thos. Worrall. 
Saml. Malin. 
Nathl. Sharpless. 

7th Class. 

Andrew Johnson. 

James Wood. 

Saml. Vernon. 

Thos. Vernon, L4ght horse. 

Robt. Lindsay. 

8th Class. 

Edward Flounders. 
Thos. Broomall. 
Wm. Bums. 



JONATHAN VERNON, Capt. 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE MARCHING OFFICERS & MEN IN 
THEIR TOUR THE 24TH OF SEPTEMBER 1781, & DIS- 
CHARGED THE 4TH DAY OF DECEMBER, BEING THIR- 
TEEN DAYS PAY. (C.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Caleb Davis. 

Major. 
William Brooke. 



Doctor. 
John Gibbons. 

47— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



788 



A8SOCIATOR8 AND MILITIA. 



Captain. 
Jonathan Vernon. 

Lieutenant 
Tho8. WilcockB. 

Bnsign. 
ThoB. Price. * 

Quarter Master. 
Harvey Lewis. 



Privates. 



1. Andw. McClellan. 

2. John Chapman. 

8. Nathan Thomson. 

4. Jacob Grant 

5. John Greenwood. 

6. Leonard High. 

7. John Wood. 

8. Peter Dicks. 

9. John McDonald. 

10. Philip Kirk. 

11. James Greegg. 

12. William Kenedy. 

13. William Major. 

14. RIch'd Briggs. 

15. Hugh Maxwell. 

16. Isaac Hance. 

17. Benjn. Kerns. 

18. Veil Price. 

19. George Pearson. 

20. Danl. Broom. 

21. John Trimble. 

22. Abljah Price. 

23. John Culin. 

24. William Archer Jr. 

25. William Archer. 

26. John Vaclor. 



27. John Crisman. 

28. Samuel Price. 

29. Seth Thomas. 
80. Abm. Trimble. 

31. Lawrence Kenny. 

32. Philip Sheaff. 
38. Andw. Fredrick 

34. John Point. 

35. Andw. Laird. 

36. James McMin. 

37. Richd. Tippings. 

38. John Litzenburg. 

39. Saml. Crozer. 

40. John Barr. 

41. John Taylor. 

42. Alexander goley. 

43. Jacob Dunn. 

44. Jacob Price. 

45. Solomon Dundy. 

46. John Miller. 

47. Philip Diemond. 

48. Mord Taylor. 

49. Will Farr. 

50. Henry Wells. 

51. Robert McGoggin. 

52. Andw. Johnson. 



Chester ss. 

Personally came Capt. Jonathan Vernon before me and on 
his Affirmation did declare that the above mentioned Per- 
sons, marched under him in their Tour of duty. 

THOS. LEWIS, S. L C. C. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



73i) 



A LIST OF THE NAMES OF THE PERSONS ENROLLED 
IN THE FIRST COMPANY OF THE SIXTH BATTALION 
OF CHESTER COUNTY MELITIA COMANDED BY LIEU- 
TENANT COLONEL CALEB DAVIS, ANNO DOMINI, 
1781. (c.) 



Jesse Davis. 



Captain. 
John Lindsay. 

Lieutenant 
George Litzonberg. 

£2nsign. 
John Comogg. 

Ist Class. 

Abraham Cornogg. 



Isaac Davis. 
Jesse Ellis. 
Christn. Peterman. 



Richd Willing. 
Saml. McClure. 
Robt. McGoogen. 

Abraham Ledden. 
David Ellis. 
John Davis. 
William Lloyd. 
Jacob Bear. 
William Fulerton. 

John Coghran. 
John Thomas. 
Obidiah Wildy. 
Richard Tippings. 



2d Class. 

John Hayworth. 
Jonathan Ellis. 
Quill McVaugh. 

3d Class. 

Jno. Furlow. 
Lewis Hansel. 

4th Class. 

John Travis. 
Alexander Soly. 
Lewis Griffith. 
James Miles. 
Abraham Hughs. 

5th Class. 

Benja. Pearson. 
Joseph Worral. 
Isaac Butler. 



740 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



6th Class. 



Samuel Briggs. 
Samuel Oredey. 
William Lewelen. 
Jacob Humpbryes. 



Griffith Davis. 
Michal Fimple. 
Joseph Delaney. 
Laughlen McEntosh. 
Jacob Johnston. 

Jacob Beery. 
Jacob Frlnoe. 
Joseph Davis. 
Melon Haywortb. 
William Downey. 

Chester ss. 
Sworn before 



Solomon Gundy. 
John Point 
Wm. Johnston. 
James Thomson. 



7th Glass. 



James McMinn. 
Isaac Weaver. 
Andrew Fredrick. 
Henry Wells. 



8th Class. 



Philip Sheaff. 
John Litzenburgh. 
James Quin. 
James Renolds. 
John McDonel. 

JOHN UNDSAY, Capt. 



THOS. LEWIS, S. L. C. C. 



A LIST OF THR PERSONS ENROLED IN CAPT. CURTIS 
LOWNES COMPANY OF MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
LIEUT. COL. CALEB DAVIS, A. D. 1781. (c.) 



Captain. 
Curtis Lownes. 



Chas. Sankey. 
Abraham Garrett 
Hugh Lownes. 
Wm. Levis. 
Edward Fell. 
Wm. Marshal. 
Wm. Paste. 
Elisha Worrall. 



Jesse Maris, Junr. 
Jehu Maris. 
Israel Taylor. 
George Maris. 
Edward Home. 
David Lyons. 
John Lewis. 
Saml. Pancoast 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



741 



Seth. Pancoast 
Jas. Dicks. 
Andrew McClenon. 
John Ogden. 
Herny Efflnger. 
Wm. Lain. 
Edward Newlin. 
Thos. Taylor. 
Jas. Haycock. 
David Hall. 
Joseph Pon^el. 
Isaac Rhoads. 
Benjn. Taylor. 
Slater Lownes. 
Joseph Rhoads. 
Isaac Maris. 
Jesse Worrall. 
Seth Evans. 
Owen Rhoads. 
John Evans. 
Leonard High. 
Wm. Kenady. 
Morda. Laurence. 
Jacob Lobb. 



Jno. Lewis. 
Wm. Watterhouse. 
Jacob Myres. 
Henry Nail. 
Elisha Worrall. 
Matthis Tyson. 
Saml. Stadon. 
Danl. Broom. 
Josa Laprence. 
Joseph Laurence. 
Lewis Pennell. 
Joseph Tylay. 
Jesse Tanyer. 
Collin McClestcr. 
Jno. Coock. 
Jno. Ryan. 
Wm. Espey. 
Jacob Fults. 
Thos. Priest. 
Thos. D. Weaver. 
John Morison. 
Angus Martin. 
Matthias Cooper. 

CURTIS LOWNES, Capt. 



A LIST OF THE NAMES OF THE PEARSONS ENROLED IN 
THE THIRD COMPANY OF THE SIXTH BATTALION OF 
CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA COMMANDED BY UEUT. 
COLOEN. DAVIS, 1781. (c.) 



Captain. 

William Smith. 



Lieutenant 
Nathl. Smith. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Rice. 




742 



ASS0GIAT0R8 AND MIUTIA. 



1st CU88. 



John Hamphrey. 
Aaron Oakford. 
Jacob Seirell. 
William Hon, 
Samuel Honrin. 
Israel Helmes. 



John Palmer. 
Nathan Pearson, 
Joseph Boon. 



William Painter. 
Abel More. 
John Writfit 
John Fox. 
John Taylor. 



2d Class. 



Samuel Ash. 
Moses Lincoln. 
Swan Boon. 



William McCord. 
neorge Swain. 
Elexr. Morrow. 



8d Class. 



John Haycock. 
William Hill. 
John CtoTett 



4th Class. 



Henry Drawer. 
John Lycon. 
John Brooks. 
Isaac Sullender. 
Josiab Bunting. 
Benjn. Elliott. 



Andrew Boone, Sr. 
John Garrett. 
Charles Justis. 
Jessee Bonsall. 
George Huff stiller. 
Samuel Shaw. 



5th Class. 



William Morrow. 
Philip Climes. 
John Horn. 
Patrick Moody. 
John Riveley. 
Isaac Oakford. 



John Carney. 
Saml. Boon. 
Isaac Lloyd. 
George Gruber. 
John Pearson. 
Richard Humphry. 



Isaac Serrell. 
Thomas Hall. 
Thomas Williams. 
Lewis Painter. 
Conrad Shotts. 



6th Class. 



Jonathan Haycock. 
Hugh Lloyd. 
MarUn Hildebran. 
Samuel Huff. 
Thomas Quigley. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



743 



7th Class. 



Thomas Watts. 
Jonathan Pearson. 
George Lykln. 
Joseph Pearson. 

Isaac Thomson. 
David Lykln. 
Nicholas Rice. 
Henry Paschall. 
Joseph Wood. 



Andrew Boon. 
Robert Thomas. 
William Morris. 



8th Class. 



James Osboro. 
Samuel Crozer. 
William Hoof. 
George Nicleas. 



Not classed for want of a discharge. 



Francis Sheiles. 
Aaron Ogden. 
William Pines. 



John Dlmond. 
Abram Hammott. 
Jacob Deal. 



A LIST OF THE NAMES OF THE PERSONS ENROLD 
IN THE THIRD COMPANY OF THE SIXTH BATTALION 
OF CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
LIEUT. COL. DAVIS WITH AN ACCOUNT OP THEIR AT- 
TENDNCE THE FORE PART OF THE SEASON, ANNO 
DOMINI, 1781. (c.) 



Captain. 
William Smith. 

Lieutenant. 
Nathn. Smith. 

EInsign. 
Jacob Rice. 



John Humphreys. 
Aaron Oakford. 
Jacob Serrell. 



1st Class. 



William Horn. 
Samuel Wean. 
Israel Helmes. 



744 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



William Painter. 
Abel More. 
John Rite. 

John Palmer. 
Nathan Pearson. 
Joseph Boon. 



John Fox. 
John Taylor. 



2d Class. 



Samuel Ash. 
Moses Lincom. 
Swan Boon. 



William McCord. 
George Swayne. 
Elexr. Morrow. 



3d Class. 



John Haycock. 
William HUl. 
John Govett. 



4th Class. 



Henry Drawer. 
John Lic&n. 
John Brooks. 
Isaac Sullender. 
Josiah Bunting. 
Benjn. Eliot. 



Andw. Boon, Senr. 
John Garrett. 
Charles Justis. 
Jesse Bonsell. 
George Hufstidr, St. 
Samuel Shaw, St. 



5th Class. 



William Morrow. 
Philip Clime. 
John Horn. 
Patrick Moody. 
John Rively. 
Isaac Oakford. 

John Caray. 
Samuel Boon. 
Isaac Ix)yd. 
loseph Rudulph. 
George Gruber. 
John Pearson. 



Isaac Serrell. 
Thomas Williams. 
Lewis Painter. 
Conrod Sholts. 
Thomas Hall. 



6th Class. 



Richd. Humphs. 
Jonathan Haycock. 
Hugh Loyd. 
Martin Hildebrand. 
Samuel Huff. 
Thos. Quigly. 



Thomas Watts. 
Jonathan Pearson. 
George Llcan. 
Joseph Pearson. 



7th Class. 



Andw. Boon. Junr. 
Robt. Thomas. 
William Morris 
William Twody. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



743 



8th Class. 



David Lican. 
Nicholas Rice. 
Henry Paschall. 
Joseph Wood. 



James Osborn 
Samuel Crizer. 
William Huff. 
George McCleas. 



Not classed for want of their discharge. 



Francis Sheild. 
Aaron Ogden. 
Wm. Fines. 

Returned by, 

Chester ss. 
Affirmed before, 



John Dimond. 
Abraham Hamit 
Jacob Deal. 



NATHANIEL SMITH, Ueut. 
THOS. LEVIS, S. L. C. C. 



A LIST OF THE NAMES OF THE PEiRSONS ENROLED 
IN THE COMPANY OF THE 6TH BATTALION OF CHES- 
TER COUNTY MILITIA COMMANDED BY LIEUT'NT COL. 
CALEB DAVIS, A. D., 1781. (c.) 



James Williamson. 
Amos Penegar. 
Jonathan Evans. 
Thomas Lewis. 
Jonathan Bonsall. 
William Bonsall. 
I.«vy Tyson. 
Joseph Bonsall. 
Samuel Lewis. 
William Moore. 
John Ash. 
John Supler. 
Joseph Oldfeild. 
Benjamin Yard. 
Robert Macclennen. 



Capt. 
William Kirk. 



Mordecia Lewis. 
John Dun lap. 
James Givings. 
Thomas Brooks. 
Evan Evans. 
Moses Wells. 
Henry Hofstlller. 
Nathan Thompson. 
Joseph Kirk. 
William Banderman. 
Robert Dunbar. 
Jacob Vaughn. 
Isaac Kirk. 
Martbew Asb. 
Samuel 




74€ 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



John Vernon. 
David Mathews. 
William Lewis. 
Thomas Kitchen. 
Thomas Kirk. 
Charles Lloyd. 
Thomas Rudolph. 
Ahner Evans. 
George Yard. 
Joseph Brady. 



Edward Vaughn. 
Samuel James. 
George Creger. 
William Tyson. 
Abraham Holmes. 
Jonathan Naywonh. 
Jonathan Smith. 
Owin KIrlin. 
John Longdon. 
Lawrence Lowry. 



MUSTER ROLL OF TINNICUM COMPANY AS SETTLED 
AND AGREED, APRIL YE 24TH, 1782. (c.) 



Capt. Ueut. 
John QuandriU. 

Ensign. 
Abraham Culin. 



Lewis Trimble. 
Jones Cowen. 



1st Class. 



Edward Lane. 
Christopher Graff. 



George Mace. 
William Cowen. 

Andrew Longacre. 
Wim. Smith. 
Israel Taylor. 



2d Class. 

John Morris. 

3d Class. 

Jacob Walters. 
George Davis. 
Mattheas Sillias. 



Samuel Morris. 
John Mitchell. 
Duncan McDonald. 
Jacob Rowan. 



4th Class. 



John QuandriU, Junr. 
Shadrack Hartsough. 
Jno. Greenwood. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



747 



BenJ. Richards. 
Joseph Marien. 
John Culin. 

William Archer. 
Edward Wass. 
John Chapman. 

Andrew Vandyke. 
John Prites. 
John Huff. 
James Durnall. 



6th CUuBt. 

John Sillias. 
John Smart. 

6th Class. 

Philip Dimond. 
John Chrisman. 

7th Class. 

Conrod Rode. 
Philip Climes. 
William Willee. 
William Durnall. 



John Miller. 
John Powel. 
Abraham Trimble. 



8th Class. 



Laurens Keney. 
Peter Longacre. 
James Crosier. 



Michael Diehl, Light horse. 
Skety Morton, Light horse. 
Benjn. Rue, Light horse. 

Sworn before. 



Chas. Grantham, Light horse. 
Lewis Rue, Light horse. 



THOS. LEVI, S. L. C. C. 



A RETURN OF THE UPPER DARBY COMPANY, 1782. (c.) 



Captain. 
Wm. Kirk. 

Lieutenant. 
James Williamson. 



Jonathan Evans. 
Thomas Lewis. 
Jonathan Bonsall. 



Ensign. 
Amos Penegar. 



William Bonsall. 
Jonathan Smith. 
Lawrence Lowre. 



748 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Levy Tyson. 
Saml. Lewis. 
William Moore. 
John Dunlap. 
John Ash. 
John Supler. 
Benj. Yard. 
Robert McCIennen. 
James Givings. 
Moses Wells. 
Henry Hoofstiller. 
Richard Hays. 
Nathan Thompson. 
Joseph Kirk. 
Wm. Banderman. 
Robert Dunbar. 
Jacob Vaughan. 
Isaac Kirk. 
Matthew Ash. 



James Thomas. 
Saml. Leadom. 
John Vernon. 
Wm. Lewis. 
Charles Lloyd. 
Thomas Rudolph. 
Mordica Lewis. 
Abner Evans. 
Jacob Tustin. 
Thomas Kirk. 
Calep. Bonsall. 
George Yard. 
Saml. Pollin. 
Abram Holmes. 
Nicolous McCurdy. 
James McCIenen. 
Jacob Prince. 
Philip Richie. 
Soloman Dundy. 



WM. KIRK, Capt. 
May Ye 27, 1782. 



A RETl'RN OV MILITIAMEN BELONGING TO CAPTAIN 
CURTIS LOWNES COMPANY OF THE SIXTH BATTAL- 
LION OF CHESTER COUNTY COMMANDED BY LIEUT 
COLONEL DAVIS, MAY 27, 1782. (c.) 



Captain. 
Curtis Lownes. 



Charles Sankey 
WMIliam Lane. 
Seth Evans. 
Elisha Worrell, 
William Espy. 
Daniel Broom. 
Henry Effinger. 
Jesse Maris, Jr. 
William Cannady. 
Thomas Taylor. 
William Lewis. 



Seth Pancost. 
Owen Roads. 
John Evans. 
Cap't. Hugh Lownes. 

John I^wis. 
Edward Home. 
Israel Taylor. 
Elisha Worrell. 
John Morrison. 
Joseph I^aurence. 
Joseph Toyley. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



749 



Cobin McCliBter. 
John Ryan. 
Andrew McCIennon. 
David Hall. 
Samuel Pancost. 
James Dicks. 
Mathias Tyson. 
Jesse Worrell. 
John Cook. 
Joseph Powell. 
John Ogden. 
Isaac Roads. 
Edward Fell. 
Jacob Fults. 
Benjamin Taylor. 
Slater Lownes. 
Joseph Roads. 
Abraham Garrot. 
Isaac Maris. 
William Marshal. 
Mordica Laurence. 
Wm. Waterhouse. 



George Maris. 
Jonathan Watkins. 
Stephen Dicks. 
Joshua Laurence. 
Abraham Rankins. 
Edward Newlin. 
Charles Gary. 
William Caldwell. 
Thos. Dell Weaver. 
James Arnold. 
Joshua Harris. 
Thos. Simplar. 
John Davis. 
Leonard High. 
John Warrior. 
William Evan. 
Israel Taylor, shoemaker. 
Charles Afflick. 
Joseph Gibbons. 
Robert Malcom. 
Jacob Carn. 



A RETURN FOR THE SECOND COMPANY OF THE SIXTH 
BATT. OF CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
CALEB DAVIS LT. COLL. (c.) 



Captain. 
John Quin. 

Lieutenant. 
Hazacia Camp. 

Ensign. 
Joseph Burns. 



Ronomus Will. 
Methias Hanel. 



Serjeants. 

Andrew I^ard. 




750 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



1st Class. 



Jacob Danely. 
Joseph Fawkes. 
Richd. Fawkes. 
Jno. Hunter. 
Qeorge Hunter. 



George Mace. 
Thos. Thomas. 
Saxnuell Cally. 
Azra Thomas. 
Seth Worroll. 



Nathen Field. 
Charles McClasky. 
Thos. Leech. 
Peter Garret. 



2d Class. 



William Solkild. 
Evan Lewis. 
Daniell Worrall. 
Jas. Camron. 
Nathaniel Sains. 



3d Class. 



James Fox. 
Reece Thomas. 
James Skelton. 
John John. 
Jas. Eliot. 



Charles Baly. 
Jno. Fawkes. 
Nathen Worrall. 
Isaac Farr. 
Moses Madson. 



4th Class. 



Jas. Espy. 
Isaac Frank. 
Benjamin Watkin. 
Azaria Lewis. 
Edward Huntar. 



Menaseth Miles. 
Jonathen Morris, Jiir. 
Jno. Davis. 
Simon Meradeth. 
William Stainor. 
James Worrall. 
William Tison. 
Jonathan Thomas. 



Thomas Ross. 
William Farr. 
Isaac Pennington. 
John George More. 



David Thomas. 
Philip More. 
James Rigby. 
Thomas Espy. 



5th Class. 



Jno. Baldwin. 
Jesse Reece. 
William Lewis. 
John Semple. 
Joseph Hood. 
Jas. Jones. 
George Dunn. 



6th Class. 



Isaac Reece. 
David Alexander. 
David Pratt. 
John Hall. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



751 



7th Class. 



John Ryan. 
Reece Garret. 
George Newlln. 
Thomas More. 



Jonathan Marls. 
George Batten. 
John Williamson. 
Edward Baly. 
Enos Worrall. 
Isaac Burns. 

27th May, 1782. 



Benjamin Worrall. 
John Culen. 
Jacob Stanup. 
Jas. Hawes. 



8th Class. 



Charle Cuxson. 
Levis Maris. 
Aron Worrall. 
William Magor. 
Edward More. 



JOHN QUIN, Capt 



A LIST OF THE NAMES OF THE PERSONS ENROLLED 
IN THE SIXTH COMPANY OF THE SIXTH BATTALION 
OF CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA COMMANDED BY COL- 
ONEL CALEB DAVIS. 1782. (c.) 



Benjamin Worrell. 
Joseph Garrison. 
Israel Taylor. 
Peter Defield. 



Captain. 
Jonathan Vernon. 

Lieutenant. 
Thomas Wilcox. 

Ensign. 
Joshua Sharpless. 

Clerk. 
Seth Thomas. 

1st Class. 



Joseph Jobson. 
William Wilkinson. 
John Buckberry. 



752 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



2d Class. 



Thomas Briggs. 
Owen Worrell. 
Joshua Eby. 
Roger Dicks. 
Edward Dwen. 



Michael Breadey. 
Job Green. 
Robert Nell. 
John Lowden. 
William Beaumont 



Alexr. Hopkins. 
Edward Woodward. 
Walter Lindsay. 
Thomas Calvert 



3d Class. 



Peter Taylor. 
Malin Parsons. 
Samuel Moore. 
John Worrell. • 
Gideon Dunn. 



4th Class. 



Daniel Sharpless. 
Richard Swaffer. 
William Robeson. 
Abraham Calvert 
Moses Vernon. 
John Logmire. 
James Malin. 



Jacob Marlin. 
Hugh Maxwell. 
John Hinckson. 
Peter Worrell. 
Moses Moore. 



Phillip Kirk. 
Adam Worrell. 
Jacob Dunn. 
Samuel Mallin. 



Jacob Kimes. 
John McCreary. 
Ellas Vernon. 
Samuel Statten. 
David Dunn. 
Angus Martin. 



5th Class. 



Joseph Edwards. 
Samuel Fox. 
James Weaver. 
William Briggs. 



6th Class. 



Nathaniel Sharpless. 
Isaac Malin. 
James Sloan. 
John Baker. 



Isaac Taylor. 
Nathaniel Calvert 
Jonathan Worrell. 
Richard Briggs. 
Thomas Hinchson. 



7th Class. 



Andrew Johnston. 
Samuel Vernon. 
Robert Lindsay. 
Levi Worrell. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



753 



8th Class. 



Daniel Broomall. 
Thomas Bishop. 
Peter Dicks. 
John Taylor. 
Edward Flounders. 

August 3rd, 1782. 



William Burnes. 
Baldwin Weaver. 
Enoch Gormon. 
Peter Treanor. 



Affirmed before 

THOS. LEVIS. 



A LIST OF THE NAMES OF THE PERSONS ENROLLED IN 
THE SIXTH COMPANY OF THE SIXTH BATTALION OF 
CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA COMMANDED BY COLONEL 
CALEB DAVIS. 1782. (c.) 



Captain. 
Jonathan Vernon. 

Lieutenant. 
Thomas Wilcox. 

Ensign. 

Joshua Sharp less. 

Clerk. 

Seth Thomas. 



First Class. 



Benjamin Worrell. 
Joseph Garrison. 
Israel Taylor. 
Peter Defield. 

Thomas Briggs. 
Owen Worrell. 
Joshua Ely. 
Roger Dicks. 
Edward Owen. 



Joseph Jobson. 
William Wilkinson. 
John Buckberry. 



2d Class. 



Alexander Hopkins. 
Edward Woodward. 
Walter Lindsay. 
Thomas Calvert 



48— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



754 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



3d Class. 



Michael Breadey. 
Robert Neil. 
John Lowden. 
William Beaumont. 
Peter Taylor. 

Daniel Sharpless. 
Richard Swaffer. 
Wm. Robeson. 
Abraham Calvert. 
Moses Vernon. 
John Logmire. 
James Malin. 



Jacob Malin. 
Hugh Maxwell. 
John Hinckson. 
Peter Worrell. 
Moses Moore. 



Philip Kirk. 
Adam Worrell. 
Jacob Dunn. 
Samuel Malin. 



Malin Parsons. 
Samuel Moore. 
John Worrell. 
Gideon Dunn. 



4th Class. 



Jacob Kimes. 
John McCreary. 
Elias Vernon. 
Samuel Statton. 
David Dunn. 
Angus Martin. 



5th Class. 



Joseph Edwards. 
Samuel Fox. 
James Weaver. 
William Briggs. 



6th Class. 



Nathaniel Sharpless. 
Isaac Malin: 
James Sloan. 
John Uaker. 



7th Class. 



Isaac Taylor. 
Nathaniel Calvert. 
Jonathan Worrell. 
Richard Briggs. 
Thomas Hinckson. 



Daniel Broomall. 
Thomas Bishop. 
Peter Dicks. 
John Taylor. 
Edward Flounders. 

Nov. 25th, 1782. 



Andrew Johi\ston. 
Samuel Vernon. 
Robert Lindsay. 
Levi Worrell. 

8th Class. 

William Burns. 
Baldwin Weaver. 
Enoch Gormon. 
Peter Treanor. 

JONATHAN VERNON, Capt. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



755 



A RETURN OF THE SECOND COMPANY OF SIX BATTN. 
OF CHESTER COUNTY MILLISHIA COMMANDED BY 
LT. COL. DAVIS, (c.) 



Captain. 

Hezekiah Camp. 

Lieutenant. 
Joseph Burns. 



Ist Class. 



Jacob Danlly. 
Charles Cuxson. 
Joseph Fawkes. 
Andrew Lerd. 
Richard Fawkes. 
John Hunter. 

George Mace. 
Thomas Thomas. 
Samuel Calley. 
Azra Thomas. 
Seth Worrall. 



George Hunter. 
Nathan F^eld. 
Charles McCIaskey. 
Thomas Leach. 
Peter Garret. 



2d Class. 



Wm. Salklld. 
Arthur Elles. 
Evan Lewis. 
Daniel Worrall. 
James Camoram. 



3d Class. 



James Fawkes. 
Reece Thomas. 
James Skelton. 
James Ellott. 
Charles Daley. 

Isaac Franks. 
Benjn. Watkin. 
Azarla Lewis. 
Edward Hunter. 



Manaseth Mills. 
Jonathan Morrias. 



John Fawkes. 
Nathan Worrall. 
Isaac Farr. 
Moses Madson. 



4th Class. 



David Thomas. 
Phillip Moor. 
James Rigby. 
Thomas Espy. 



5th Class. 



John Davis. 
Simon Mereadeth. 



7se 



ilSSOGIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



WnL Stanon. 
James Worrall. 
Wm. Tiaon. 
Jonathan Thomas. 
John Baldin. 
Jesse Reece. 

Thomas Ross. 
Wm. Fair. 
Isaac Pennington. 
John George More. 



Wm. Lewis. 
John Stample. 
Joseph Hood. 
James Jones. 
Qeorge Dunn. 



6th Class. 



Isaac Reece. 
David Alexander. 
David Pratt. 
John Hall. 



John Ryon. 
Reece Garrett 
George Newlin. 



7th Class. 



Thomas More. 
Benjamin WorrlalJ. 
John Culin. 



8th Class. 



Jonathan Moris. 
Jacob Stanops. 
George Bolton. 
John Williamson. 
Edward Baley. 
Enos Worrall. 
Isaac Bums. 

Nov. 25th, 1782. 



James Hawes. 
Aron Worrall. 
Wm. Mager. 
Edward More. 
Ronamua Will. 
John Johns. 



HEZEKIAH CAMP. Capt 



MUSTER ROLL UPPER DARBY FOR THE YEAR 1782. (c.) 



Captain. 

William Kirk. 

Lieutenant. 

James Williamson. 

Ensign. 

Amos Peningar. 






COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



757 



1st Class. 



Jonathan Evans. 
Benjamin Lobb. 
Thomas Lewis. 
James Steel. 



Thomas Marshall. 
Samuel Lewis. 
Nathan Garrett. 
William M<Jore. 
Job Evans, 
(mutilated) Lewis, 
(mutilated) Dunlap. 

Joseph Hibberd. 
Nathan Hayes. 
Israel Roberts. 



James Giving. 
Hezekiah Hibberd. 
James Moore. 
Nathan Bane. 

Richard Hayes. 
Nathan Thompson. 
Oborn Garrett. 
Abraham Marshall. 



John Ball. 
John Hibberd. 
Joseph Ball. 
James Marshall. 



Isaac Kirk. 
Benjamin Bartram. 
Mathew Ash. 
James Thomas. 
James Pyott. 
Isaac Hibberd. 



Jonathan Bonsall. 
William Bonsall. 
Lawrence Lowry. 
Levy Tyson. 



2d Class. 



John Ash. 
Jacob Souder. 
Abraham Lewis. 
William Polling. 
Robert Steel. 
John Supler. 



3d Class. 



Benjamin Yard. 
Robert McClellan. 



4th Class. 



Samuel Gibson. 
Moses Wells. 
Henry Hoopsteller. 

5th Class. 

Joseph Kirk. 
Francis Shields. 
Morriss Truman. 
William Bauderman. 

6th Class. 

Isaac Lobb. 
Jonathan Brown. 
Robert Dunbarr. 
Jacob Vaughan. 

7th Class. 

Samuel Leedham. 
Thomas Garrett. 
John Moore. 
Asha Davis. 
John Vernon. 
Jonathan Fennel. 



758 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



8th Class. 



William Lewis. 
Aaron Marshall. 
Nathan Davis. 
Enoch Bonsell. 
Samuel Levis. 
Charles Lloyd. 
Thomas Rudolph. 
Abner Evans. 
Thomas Kirk. 
George Yard. 
Edward Leedham. 
John Edwards. 
Caleb Bonsall. 
Huson Langstrugh. 
Benjamin Andrew. 
John Amos. 
John Hibberd, Jr. 



Peter Lahr. 

Jacob Dutchman Garrett. 

Jacob Juston. 

Solomon Dundas (discharged). 

Samuel Polling. 

John Willson. 

John Tyson, Jr. 

John Shaw. 

Nathan Ball. 

Abraham Holmes. - 

Jacob Prince. 

Philip Richie. 

Nicholas McCurdy. 

Charles Hinds. 

Charles Culin. 

Jesse Brady. 

Solomon Deeudy. 



WM. KIRK. Capt. 

Chester, ss. 
Capt. Kirk affirmed to the within Muster Roll to be a true 
return of the Male white persons in his company according 
to the Militia Law to the best of his Knowledege. 

Affirmed before 
THOS. LEVIS, S. L. C. C. 



6th BATT. CHESTER CO. 



A TRUE RETURN OF UPPER DARBY COMPANY. 1782. (c.) 



William Kirk, Cap't. 

Jonathan Evans. 
Thomas Lewis. 
Jonathan Bonsall. 
Wm. Bonsall. 
Lawrence Lowry. 
Levy Tyson. 



Saml. Lewis. 
Wm. Moore. 
Mordecia Lewis. 
John Dunlap. 
John Ash, 
John Supler. 
Benj. Yard. 
Robert McClennen. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



759 



James Givings. 
Moses Wells. 
Henry Hoofstiller. 
Richard Hays. 
Nathan Thompson. 
Joseph Kirk. 
Wm. Bonderman. 
Robert Dunbar. 
Jacob Vaughan. 
Isaac Kirk. 
Matthew Ash. 
Saml. LfCedam. 
John Vernon. 
Wm. Lewis. 
Charles Lloyd. 
Enoch Bonsai, Jur. 
Thomas Rudolph. 



Abner Evans. 
Thomas Kirk. 
George Yard. 
Edward Leedom. 
John Edwards. 
Caleb Bonsall. 
Jacob Tustin. 
Saml. Pollin. 
John Wilson. 
John Tyson, Junr. 
John Shaw. 
Abram Homes. 
Jacob Prince. 
Philip Richie. 
Nicolous McCurdy. 
Joseph Brady. 
Solomon Dundy. 



A LIST OF THE NAMES OF THE PERSONS ENROLLED 
IN THE FIRST COMPANY OF THE SIXTH BATTALION 
OF CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA COMMANDED BY LIEU- 
TENANT COLONEL CALEB DAVIS, ANNO DOMINI 1782. 
JOHN LINDSAY, CAPT. (c.) 



Captain. 

John Lindsay. 

Lieutenant. 

George Litzenberg. 

EnsD. 

John Cornogg. 

Clerk. 

William Lewelyn. 

1st Serjt. 
John Haworth. 

2nd Serjt. 
Richd. Tlppins. 



760 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Jesse Davis. 
Abraham Cornogg. 



Ist Class. 



Qeorge Penock. 
Joseph Oldfield. 



Christian Peterman. 
Jonathan Ellis. 
Paul Keller. 



2d Class. 



Felix Washingar. 
Vollantine Cazeley. 
Abraham Free. 



Richd. Willing. 
Samuel McClure. 
John Furlong. 



3d Class. 



Henry Dibingar. 
Lewis Hansel. 
Randalmus Wills. 



Abraham Leaden. 
Lewis Griffith. 
John Davis. 
William Loyd. 
Jacob Bare. 



Obediah Willdey. 
Joseph Worrel. 



Samuel 13rlgg8. 
Samuel Gracy. 



4th Class. 

Isaac Butler. 
James Miles. 
Abraham Hughs. 
David Lyons. 

5th Class. 

Israel Busbey. 

6th Class. 

John Point. 
Fre<lorick Mower. 



Griffith Davis. 
Michael Fimple. 
Jacob Johnson. 



7th Class. 



James McMinn. 
Andrew Frederick. 
Henry Wells. 



Joseph Davis. 
William Downey. 
Philip Sheaff. 
John Litzenberg. 



8th Class. 

James Quin. 
Samuel McMinn. 
Daniel Beary. 



n 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



761 



A LIST OF OF THE NAMES OF THE PERSONS ENROLLED 
IN THE FIRST COMPANY OF THE SIXTH BATTAUON 
OF CHESTER COUNTY MIUTIA COMMANDED BY LIEU- 
TENANT COLONEL CALEB DAVIS FOR THE FORE PART 
OF YEAR 1782. (c.) 



Captain. 
Jno. Lindsay. 

Lieutenant. 
George Litzenburg. 

Ensign. 
Jno. Cornog. 

Clerk. 
Wm. Llewelyn. 

Serjeant. 
Jno. Haworth, 1st. 
Richd. Tippings. 

1st Class. 



Jesse Davis. 
Abram. Cornog. 
George Pennock. 

Volantine Cazely. 
Jesse Ellis. 
Christian Peterman. 
Jonathan Ellis. 

Rich'd. Willing. 
Samuel McClure. 
Jno. Furlong. 

Abram. Leaden. 
David Ellis. 
Lewis Griffith. 
John Davis. 
Wm. Loyd. 



Joseph Oldfield. 
Neile Thomson. 



2d Class. 



Paul Keller. 
Ezra Smith. 
Felix Washingar. 



3d Class. 



Henry Dibinger. 
Lewis Hansel. 



4th Class. 



Jacob Bare. 
Isaac Butler. 
James Miles. 
Abrm. Hughs. 
David Lyons. 



762 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Obedlah Willdey. 
BenJ'n Pearson. 

Samuel Briggs. 
Samuel. Graey. 



5th Class. 

Joseph Worrel. 

6th Class. 

Jno. Point. 
Frederick Mower. 



7th Class. 



Griffith Davis. 
Michael Fimple. 
Jacob Johnson. 
James McMinn. 

Jacob Beary. 
Joseph Davis. 
Wm. Downey. 
Phillip Sheaff. 
John Litzenburg. 



Andrew Frederick. 
Henry Wells. 
Wm. Leard. 



8th Class. 



James Quin. 
James Reynolds. 
John Trimble. 
John Soley. 
Samuel McMinn. 



A LIST OF MALE WHITE PERSONS IN CAPT. LOWNES 
COMPANY FOR THE YEAR 1782 BETWEEN THE AGES 
OF 18 & 53 YEARS, (c.) 



Capt. 
Curtis I^wnes. 

Lieutenant. 
Charles Sankey. 



James Heacock. 
David Hall. 
Saml. Pancoast. 
Jehu Maris. 



Jesse Worrall. 
John Ogden. 



1st Class. 

James Dicks. 
Mathias Tyson. 
Samuel Staddon. 

2d Class. 

Isaac Rhoads. 
Edward Fell. 






COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



763 



John Glenn. 
Joseph Powell. 
George Powell. 

Benjn. Taylor. 
Slataer Lownes. 
Joseph Rhoads. 



John Glen. 
Jacob Fols. 
James Arnold. 
3d Class. 

Abram Garrett 
Wm. Affleck. 
Stephen Dicks. 



4th Class. 



Isaac Maris. 
Wm. Marshall. 
Wm. Paste. 
Mordecai Lawrr^noe. 

Hugh McFerran. 
Leonard High. 
Wm. Lain. 
Joseph Gibbons. 



Wm. Walterhousft. 
Thos. Dell Weaver. 
Geo. Maris. 



5th Class. 



Seth Evans. 
Wm. E2spey. 
Daniel Broom. 
Joshua Harris. 



Henry Efflnger. 
Jesse Maris, Junr. 
Wm. Kenneday. 



6th Class. 



John Hall. 
Wm. Levis. 
Joseph Lawrenre. 



7th Class. 



Seth Pancoast. 
Owen Rhoads. 
Joseph Tyley. 

John Evans. 
John Lewis. 
Hugh I»wnes. 
Edward Horn. 

Chester ss. 
Sworn before, 



Collin McCleestoT. 
John Ryan. 



8th Class. 



Isreal Taylor. 
Elisha Worrall. 
Andrew McClelland. 
Wm. Evans. 

THOS. LEVIS, S. L. C. C. 



764 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



THEY ROLE OF THEY FIFTH COMPANY OF THEY SIXTH 
BETA LION OF CHESTER COUNTY MELITIA COMMAND- 
ED BY LIEUT. COLONEL DAVIS THEY LATER PART 
OF THEY YEAR 1782. (c.) 



Captain Lieutenant. 
Nathl. Smith. 

Ensign. 
Jacob Rice. 



1st Class. 



Jno. Humphrey. 
Aaron Oakford. 
Jacob Serrel. 
Wm. Horn. 
Israel Helmes. 
Wm. Painter. 
Able More. 



John Wright 
Jonathan Sm^.th. 
Samuel Yourin. 
John Fox. 
John Taylor. 
Israel Yourln. 



Wm. Fians. 
John Parmer. 
Nathan Pearsc)::^. 
Joseph Boon. 



2d Class. 



Samuel Ashe. 
Aaron Pann.^r. 
Moses Lincoln 
Swan Boon. 



James Camran. 
Wm. McCord. 
George Swain. 



3d Class. 



Elexander Murras. 
Wm. Hill. 



4th Class. 



John Fredrick. 
John Lykin. 
John Broocks. 
Isaac Sullender. 
Josiah Bunting. 



Benjamin Elliott. 
Andrew Boon Sr. 
John Garrett. 
Jesse Bonsall. 
George Huffstitler. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



765 



5th Class. 



Wm. Murrow. 
J no. Horn. 
Isaac Oakford. 
Isaac Serrel. 

John Carney. 
Isaac Lloyd. 
George Gruber. 
George Mathews. 
John Pearson. 
Joseph Rudolph. 



Thomas Williams. 
Lewis Painter. 
Conrod Sholts. 



6th Class. 



Richard Humphrey. 
Jonathan Hacock. 
Hugh Lloyd. 
Martin Hildebom. 
Sam. Huff. 
Thomas Quigley. 



7th Class. 



John Sholts. 
Thomas Watts. 
Jonathan Pearson. 
Moses Parmer. 
George Lykin. 
Joseph Pearson. 

Edward Vauhan. 
Isaac Thomson. 
David Lykin. 
Nicholas Rice. 
Henry Paschall. 
Joseph Wood. 
James Osborn. 
Samuel Crozer. 
Wm. Hoof. 



Andrew Boon. 
Jacob Painter. 
Robert Thomas. 
Wm. Morris. 
James Megilton. 



8th Class. 



George Maclew. 
Francis Sheilds. 
Aaron Ogden. 
John Dimond. 
Abrm. Hammott. 
Wm. Megraw. 
Joseph Dengey. 
John Kutton. 



THE ROLL OF THE FIFTH COMPANY OF THE SIXTH 
BATALION OF CHESTER CO. MILITIA COMMANDED 
BY LIEUT. COLONEL DAVIS IN 1782. (c.) 



Lieutenant. 
Nathl. Smith. 



Ensign. 
Jacob Rice. 



TM 



▲SSOCIATOR8 AND M lUTLL 



Jdo. Humphrey. 
Aron Oakford. 
Jacob SerrelL 
Wm. Horn. 
Samuel Tourionu 
Israel Helmes. 

Wm. Fines. 
John Palmer. 
Nathan Pearson. 
Joseph Boon. 

James Camron. 
Wm. MGCk>rd. 
George Swain. 



Henry Drawer. 
John Lyeans. 
John Brookes. 
Isaac Sullender. 
Joslah Bunting. 



Wm. Murrow. 
John Horn. 
Isaac Oakford. 
Isaac Serrell. 

Edward Amis. 
*r)hn Carney. 
Isaac Loyd. 
George G ruber. 
John Pearson. 
Richd. Humphrey. 

John Sholts. 
Thomas Wats. 
Jonathan Pearson. 
George Llcan. 
Joseph Pearson. 



1st Class. 

Wm. Painter. 
Abel More. 
John Wright 
John Fox. 
John Taylor. 

2d Class. 

Samuel Ashe. 
Moses Lincoln. 
Swan Boon. 

Sd Class. 

Elex Murrow. 
John Hacock. 
Wm. Hill. 



4th Class. 



Benjn. Elliott 
Andrew Boon, Senr. 
John Garrett. 
Jesse Bonsall. 
George Hufstidler. 



5th Class. 



Thos. Williams. 
I^wis Painter. 
Conrod Sholts. 



6th Class. 



Jonathan Hacock. 
Hugh Loyd. 
Martn Hlldebran. 
Sam Hoof. 
Thomas Quigley. 



7th Class. 



Andrew Boon, Junr. 
Jacob Painter. 
Robert Thomas. 
Wm. Morris. 
James Megilton. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



767 



8th Class. 



Edward Vauhan. 
Isaac Thomson. 
David Lican. 
Nichl. Rice. 
Henry Paschall. 
Joseph Wood. 
James Osborn. 
Sam. Crozer. 
Wm. Hoof. 
George Meclus. 

Returned by 

Chester Co. 
Affirmed before 



Francis Shields. 
Aron Ogden. 
John Dimond. 
Abrm. Hammett. 
Israel Yourion. 
John Fredrick. 
George Mathews. 
Wm. Megraw. 
Moses Palmer. 
Aron Palmer. 

NATHL. SMITH, Ueut. 
THOS. LEVIS, C. C. 



A LIST OF THE OFFICERS OF THE 6TH BATTALION OF 
CHESTER COUNTY, COMMANDED BY COL THOMAS 
TAYLOR, (c.) 



First company. 

Captain — David Cowpland. 
First Lieutenant — James Denning. 
Second Lieutenant — James McMichall. 
Ensign — Thomas Biggard. 

Second company. 

Captain — Daniel McCoy. 
First Lieutenant— William McCall. 
Second Lieutenant — Alexander Lockard. 
Ensign — Alexander Vincent. 



Third company. 

♦Captain — Robert McAffee. 
First Lieutenant— William Dunwoody. 
Second Lieutenant— Mordica Massey. 
Ensign — Joseph Black. 



* N. B.— Capt. McAfee's eoinmlssion made out a second time, he 

locit hi8 tirst cum. 



^ 



7«8 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 

Fourth compaDy. 

Captain — John Hunter. 
First Lieutenant — Joseph Lloyd. 
Second Lieutenant — Joseph Cloud. 
Ensign — Joseph Latta. 

Vitth company. 

Sixth company. 

Captain — Hugh Reed. 
First Lieutenant — Joshua Vernon. 
Second Lieutenant— William Hill. 
Ensign— William Yarnall. 

Seventh company. 

Captain — James Thompson. 
First Lieutenant — Robert Rankin. 
Second Lieutenant— John Watson. 
Ensign — John Reed. 

Eighth company. 

Captain — John Hunt. 
First Lieutenant — Jacob Trego. 
Second [lieutenant— Thomas Taylor, Jr. 
Ensign — Thomas Jordan. 

Ninth company. 

Captain— Samuel Tremble. 
First Lieutenant— Thomas (?). 
Second Lieutenant — Robert McClellan. 
Ensign— John McMichall. 



CAPT. JAMES CLARK'S COMPANY, (c.) 



1st Class. 

Isaac Moore. Joseph Penney. 

James Mcferson. Fredrick Shavor. 



COUNTS OF CHESTER. 



769 



Thomas Pennel. 
William Achison. 
Henry Bowman. 

William Sloan. 
Robert Murtland. 
James Penney. 
Samuel Boyd. 
John Long. 

Hugh Reed. 
Andrew Heagens. 
Jas. Marten McAlwain. 
James Kneel. 



Samuel McAnteer. 
Nathaniel Clark. 
Samuel Steel. 
Thomas Miles. 
William Penney. 



Hugh Long. 
Hugh Penney. 
James Miller. 
James Reed. 
David Mabon. 
Samuel Morison. 



John Bowman. 
Nathaniel Kelley. 



2d Class. 



Archibald Ancram. 
James Dinies. 
John Bags. 
Robert Joans. 



3d Class. 



Thomas McConel. 
Alexandria Snodgress. 
James Mickel. 



4th Class. 



James Snodgress. 
Robert Walace. 
Mathew Achison. 
Aadam Anderson. 
Henry Ferree. 



5th Class. 



John Robison. 
James Buchanan. 
James Forgison. 
James Begam. 
James Morrison. 
James Moore. 



6th Class. 



William McLaughlin. 
Robert Clark. 
John Dinies. 
Hugh McAntire. 
Makey McColough. 

James Moore. 
James Knox. 
Robert McGee. 
Stephen Long. 
John Kelley. 
David Bigam. 

49— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



Hugh Ripy. 
Samuel Wolholm. 
William Kennady. 
William Clark. 



7th Class. 



Joseph Bartly. 
Alexandria Boyd. 
Joseph Ball. 
Simon Hestcn. 
Geord Talor. 
Thomas Kneel. 



770 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 
8th Glass. 



Robert McColough. 
John Hughey. 
Arron Black. 
William Nelson. 
Samuel Moore. 
David Craford. 



Georg Karnaghan. 
Thomas Broaley. 
Jacob Foree. 
John Burk. 
John Crage. 
Alxdr. McGlaughlin. 



A LIST OF MALE WHITE PERSONS IN GAPT. LOWNES 
GOMPANY FOR THE YEAR 1781 BETWEEN THE AGES 
OF 18 & 53 YEARS, (c.) 



Gaptain. 
Gurtis Lownes. 



James Heacock. 
David Hall. 
Saml. Pancoast. 
Jehu Maris. 

Jesse Worrall. 
John Ogden. 
Isaac Rhoads. 
Edward Fell. 
John Glenn. 

Rcnj'n Taylor. 
Wm. Affleck. 
Slator Lownes. 
Joseph Rhoad.s. 

Issac Maris. 
Wra. Marshall. 



Lieutenant. 
Gharles Sankey. 

1st Class. 



James Dicks. 
Mathias Tyson. 
Samuel Staddon. 



2d Glass. 



Joseph Powell. 
George Powell. 
Aaron Ogden. 
Jacob Fols. 



3d Class. 



Ahram Garrett. 
Joseph Worrall Junr. 
Jonathan Watkin. 



4th Class. 



Wm. Paste. 
Mordecai Lawrence. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



771 



Wm. Walterhouse. 
Thos. Dell Weaver. 
George Maris. 



Hugh McFern. 
Leonard High. 
Wm. Lain. 
Joseph Gibbons. 
Seth Evans. 



Henry Efflnger. 
Jesse Maris Junr. 
Wm. Kennedy. 
John Hall. 
John Levis. 
Thos. Taylor. 



Seth Pancoast. 
Owen Rhoads. 
Jonathan Russell. 



John Evans. 
John Lewis. 
Hugh Lownes. 
Edward Home.. 

Chester ss. 
Sworn before 



David Lyon. 
Thos. Dell Weaver. 
George Maris. 



5th Class. 



Elisha Worrall. 
Edward Newlin. 
Jacob Lobb. 
William Espey. 
Daniel Broom. 



6th Class. 



John Hoops. 
Wm. I>evi8. 
Jacob Mires. 
John Morrison. 
Joseph Lawrence. 



7th Class. 



Joseph Tyley. 
Colin McClester. 
John Ryan. 



8th Class. 



Isreal Taylor. 
Elisha Worrall. 
Andrew McClelland. 
Lewis Pennell. 

CURTIS LOWNES, Capt. 



THOS. LEVIS. 



SIXTH BATTALION, (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
David McKay. 

Major. 
Samuel Bvane. 

Number of men, 4Si. 




772 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. ^ 

{ 



SEVENTH BATTALION, (a.) 



Colonel. 
William Gibbons, com. May 17, 1777. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Nathaniel Porter, com. May 17, 1777. 

Major. 
John Culbertson, com. May 17, 1777. 

Adjutant. 
William Reed, com. May 17, 1777. 



Heturii of the Rank of Officers in the Seventh Battalion of 
Chester County Militia. 

First company. 

Captain — William Scott. 
First Lieutenant — Robert Dunwoody. 
Second Lieutenant— John Hughes. 
Ensign— Samuel Aston. 

Second company. 

Captain— David Philips. 
First Lieutenant — John Philips. 
Second Lieutenant— Josiah Philipi;. 
Ensign — Joseph Philips, May 5, 1777. 

Third company, 

Captaain— Alexander Flemming. 
P'irst Lieutenant— Joseph Flemming. 
Second Lieutenant — James Boyle. 
Ensign— William Lockart. 



-^ ^ I . m/^ ^^^B 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



773 



Fourth company. 

Captain — Henry Barker. 
First Lieutenant — James Batten. 
Second Lieutenant — Thomas Scott. 
Ensign— Richard Dowler. 

Fifth company. 

Captain — Robert Lockart. 
First Lieutenant — James Jack. 
Second Lieutenant — Samuel Picken. 
Ensign — Samuel Johnston. 

Sixth company. 

Captain— John Gardner. 
First Lieutenant — John Graham. 
Second Lieutenant— Francis Gardner. 
E^nsign — James Anderson. 

Seventh company. 

Captain— Samuel Henderson. 
First Lieutenant— John Craig. 
Second Lieutenant — George Darland. 
Ensign — William Moor. 

Eighth company. 

Captain— David Denny. 
First Lieutenant — James Denny. 
Second Lieutenant — William Denny. 
Ensign— George Scharf, August 20, 1777. 

ROBERT SMITH, Lieutenant C. C. 



THORNBURY COMPANY, 1779, HUGH REED, CAPT. (c.) 



Class the 1st. 



I^vi Pyle. 
Thos. Grisle. 
Benj. Jonson. 



William Lowdan. 
Richard Butlar. 




774 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Edwrrd Baker. 
Daniel Thomson. 
Jess James. 



Class the 2nd. 



John Townsend. 
James Townsend. 
Joseph Cheyney. 



Class the 3d. 



William Beail. 
Thos. Marshall. 
William Lamons. 
James Kave. 

Thomas Taylor. 
Richard Mercer. 
Samuel Shemberlen. 
Isaac Taylor. 

Thos. Cheyney, Ksq. 
John Reed. 
William ('anner. 



James Cannon. 
Patrick Doughery. 
John Harvy. 



Class the 4th. 



Benjn. Chance. 
Samuel Oliver. 
David Baker. 



Class the 5th. 



Thos. Heckman. 
jjenjn. Jones. 
John Hoops. 



Class the 6th. 



John Willson, gone to the 

English, 
i^awrence Connely. 
Pavid Lewis. 
Predy Kimber. 



Caleb Peirce. 
John Peirce. 
John Mendenhall. 
Isral Pyle. 



Class the 7th. 



Abraham Williamson. 
Joshua Hoops. 
William Yarnal. 
John Kimbler. 



William Elliot. 
James Dutten. 
William Johnson. 
John Mansfeld. 



Jacob Baugher. 
Jamos Rainage. 
Daniel Broomall. 
Joseph Hemphill. 



Class the 8th. 



John Edwards. 
Samuel Chance. 
Joshua Way. 
Samuel Park. 



HUGH REED. Capt. 
A just and true account of the Thornbury Company, 1779. 

HUGH REED, Capt. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 775 

SEVENTH BATTAUON. (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

George Pelrce, May 10, 1780. 

Major. 

John Richardson, May 10, 1780. 



A list of officers as chosen to the Several Companies in the 
Battalion of Chester County Militia, commanded by Colonel 
George Peirce, 1780. 

First company (Middletown). 

Captain— John Pitt. 
Lieutenant— Isaac Lewis. 
Ensign— Robert Miller. 

Second company (EJdgemont). 

Captain— Joseph Black. 
Lieutenant — Daniel Calvert. 
Ensign — Nehemiah Baker. 

Third company (Chester). 

Captain — John Flour. 
Lieutenant — John Huston. 
Ensign— John Crawford, Jr. 

Fourth company (Concord). 

Captain — Alexander Lockard. 
Lieutenant— William McCall. 
Ensign — William Lockard. 

Fifth company (Thornbury). 

Captain — Hugh Reed. 
Lieutenant — Jacob Vernon. 
Ensign— Joseph Vernon. 

Sixth company (Chester). 

Captain— Edward Vernon. 
Lieutenant— James Denni. 
Ensign— John Engle. 



776 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Seventh company. 

Captain — John McCloskey. 
Lieutenant — Samuel Wlthro. 
Ensign — John McMin. 

Eighth company. 

Captain— Thomas Taylor, Jr. 
Lieutenant — James Ramage. 
Ensign — Caleb Taylor. 

We do appoint for the 2d Company Officers Joseph Black. 

Captain; Daniel Calvert, Lieutenant, and Baker, Ensign. 

And for Third Company, John Flower, Captain; James Huston, 
Lieutenant, and John Crawford, Jr., EInsign. Witness our 
hands the 28th day of June, 1780. 

THOMAS CHEYNEY. 

THOMAS LEVIS, 

Sub-Lieutenant Chester County. 



A LIST OF THE OFFICERS AS CHOSEN TO THE SEV- 
ERAl.L COMPANIES IN THE 7TH BATTALION .OF CHES- 
TER COUNTY MILITIA COMMANDED BY COL. GEORGE 
PEIRC^E. 17.80. SEVENTH BATTALION, (c.) 



1st. 



2(1. 



Field Officers. 

Lieut. Coll. 
George Peirce. 

Major. 
John Richardson. 

('apt.— .John Pitt. 
Lieut. — Isaac Levis. 
Fnsign. — Rober Miller. 

('apt.— .Joseph Black. 
I^ieut.- Dan. Calvert. 
Ens! lie.- Neheniiah Baker. 



Midle Town. 



- F.dgement. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



777 



3d. 



4th. 



5th. 



6th. 



7th. 



8th. 



Capt.—John Tlowr. 
Lieut. — Jno. Huston. 
Ensine. — John Crawford. 

Capt. — Ellaxander Lockard. 
Lieut.— William McCall. 
Ensine. — Willm. Lockard. 

Capt.— Hugh Reed. 
Lieut. — Jacob Vernon. 
Ensine. — Joseph Vernon. 

Capt.— Edward Vernon. 
Lieut. — James Denni. 
Ensine.— John Engle. 



Capt. — James McClaskey. 
Lieut.— Samuel Withro. 
Ensine. — John McMin. 



Capt.— Thos. Taylor, Jur. 
Lieut.— James Ramage. 
Ensine. — Caleb Taylor. 



Chechester. 



Concord. 



Thornbery. 



Chester. 



. West town. 



We do appoint for the 2d Company Officers: 

Joseph Black, Capt. 
Daniel Calvert, Ueut. 
Baker, Ensign. 

and for the Third Company: 
John Flower, Capt. 
James Huston, Lieut. 
John Crawford, Jur., Ensign. 

Witness our hands the 28th day of June A. D., 1780. 

THOMAS CHEYNEY, 
THOMAS LEVIS. 

Sub-Ueuts. 
Cbeeter, a 8. 



778 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



A RETURN OF MIDDLETOWN COMPANY OF 7TH BETAL- 
LION, CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA COMMANDED BY 
COLN. GEORGE PIERCE. 

Dec. 11th, 1780. (c.) 



Captain. 

John Pitt. 

Lieutenant. 
Isaac Levis. 

Ensign. 
Robert Miller. 

Clerk. 
Thos. Trimble. 

Sargent. 
Wm. Carney. 

Drumer. 
David Carney. 



Privates. 



William Penncl, Jur. 
Del. Pennel. 
Robt. Pennel, Jur. 
John Hill. 
Edwd. Woodward. 
George Smedly. 
Wm. Noblit. 
Brice Miller. 
Thos. Green. 
Rob't. Williamson. 
Joseph Savil. 
George Marstallar. 
Joshua Harrison. 
Isaac Edwards. 
Thos. Black. 
Wm. Anderson. 
Jacob Tumbleson. 
Thos. Ingram. 



Joel Sharpless. 
Wm. Sharpless. 
Thos. McMin. 
Thos. Ayanson. 
Moses Minshal. 
John McLoughlin. 
John Mansfield. 
David Evans. 
Abner Rogers. 
Jacob Minshal. 
Thos. Sharpless. 
Thos. Walters. 
Abraham Pilkinton. 
Jesse Hains. 
John Neal. 
Jos. Pilkinton. 
Thos. Rickards. 
John Sharpless. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



779 



Jams. Mathias. 
Elijah Worral. 
Thos. Pllkinton, Jur. 
Joseph Booth. 
Wm. McClellen. 
Wm. McLoughlin. 
Richard Adams. 
John Baker, Junr. 
Knock Savil. 
Robert Lindsay. 
Jos. Williams. 
Nathan Heaeock. 
Ambrose Smedley. 
John Hecock. 
Thos. Worral, Jur. 
Peter Smeadley. 
Joseph Talbot. 
Thos. Maney. 
Rob't. Glenn. 



John Gamble. 
Dutch Jacob. 
AroD Baker. 
Jno. Cunningham. 
Wm. Hiddons. 
John Ottey. 
John Ratew. 
Fred. Fairlamb. 
Mathew Greentree. 
Richard Sneath. 
George Razor. 
John Noblet, Jur. 
John Peter Walter. 
Abraham Pennel. 
Caleb Harrison, Jur. 
John Noblet, Ser. 
John Worral. 
John Ryan. 



SEVENTH BATTALION CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA, COM- 
MANDED BY LIEUTEANT COLONEL GEORGE PIERCE 
—1780. (b.) 



SECOND COMPANY— EDGEMONT. 



Captain. 
Joseph Black. 

Ensign. 
William Simpson. 



Privates. 



Nehemiah Baker. 
Nicholas Woolas. 
Edward Russell. 
Daniel Rigby. 
Daniel Regester. 
William Pritchard. 



John Sill. 

Joseph Baker, Jun'r. 
Joseph Baker, cooper. 
Richard Baker. 
Aaron Baker. 
Benjamin Hoops. 



7S0 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



David Howard. 
Thomas Baker. 
Mordecai Massey. 
William Frame. 
David Regester, Sen*r. 
Isaac Howell. 
Robert McAfee. 



Jonathan Hunter. 
Joseph Bishop. 
James Sill. 
Robert Thomson. 
Colin McClister. 
William Regester. 
Edward Gill. 



FOURTH COMPANY— CONCORD, (b.) 



Captain. 
Alexander Lockard. 



Privates. 



John Steen. 

Amos Mendenhall. 

Wra. McCoy, Jun'r. 

Robert Steel. 

Reu. England. 

John Haws. 

William Armont. 

Samuel Mendenhall, Jun'r. 

Edward Amos. 



William Hannum. 
Mark Wilcox. 
Samuel Steel. 
Benjamin Mendenhall 
George McCall. 
Frederick Steen. 
Joseph Latta. 
Joseph McCall. 
Alexander Vincent. 



FIFTH COMPANY— THORNBURY. 



Captain. 
Hugh Reed. 



Privates. 



Jacob Bougher. 
William Allison. 
Joshua Way. 
Samuel Oliver. 
Thomas Cheyney, 
John Reed. 



Esq'r. 



William Connor. 
Benjamin Chance. 
William Reed. 
Samuel Myers. 
John Guinn. 
John Broomhall. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



781 



Samuel Chance. 
Charles McClain. 
William Bale. 
Elisha Grlssle. 
David Lewis. 
William Elliott. 



Richard Cheyney. 
Frederick Taylor. 
Alexander Hemphill. 
Thomas Young. 
Joseph Lindsey. 
Abner Ramage. 



EIGHTH COMPANY— WESTTOWN. 



Captain. 
James Ramage. 



Ensign. 
James Black, Jun'r. 



Titus Taylor. 
Jacob Yearsley. 
John Hair. 
Joseph Mace. 
Edward Thornbury. 
James Brown. 
Robert Yearsley. 
Henry Johnson. 



Privates. 



John Cock. 

Christopher McQowen. 
John Lowden. 
John Brown. 
George Fryer. 
Thomas Cooper. 
John Hunt. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. JAMES McCLASKEY'S COM- 
PANY OF MALE WHITE PERSONS BETWEEN THE AGES 
OF 18 & 53 YEARS FOR THE YEAR 178L (c.) 



Cap't., Jas. McClaskey. 
Ueut., Saml., Withrow. 



Aaron Matron. 
Wm. Pyke. 



Ensign, Jno. McMin. 



1st Class. 



Jas. Morrison. 
Jas. Thomson. 




782 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



James McCotter. 
John Smith. 
Nehemiah Davis. 
Joseph Grissell. 

Nehemiah Matson. 
Saml. Evans. 
James Yarnell. 



2d Class. 

Edward Richards. 
James Rigby. 
Wm. Shankland. 

3d Class. 

Peter King. 
Thos. Richards. 
James Thomson, S. M. 



Thos. Mace. 
Wm. Hardey. 
Thos. Taylor. 
John Watson. 

Robert Hall. 
Wm. Twaddle. 
Duncan McMulIin. 
Jas. Dutton. 

Wm. Peters, 
l^vy Matson. 
George Taylor. 
Joseph Pennell. 
Jonathan Richards. 

Jos. Syll. 
Ilichd. Dutton. 
John Palmer. 
Joseph Palmer. 
Jas. Pennell. 



4th Class. 

Robt. Rankin. 
Jas. Twaddle. 
John Jones. 

5th Class. 

James Barnett. 
Saml. Black. 
James Sill. 

6th Class. 

Morris Morris. 
Jacob Pyle. 
Kinsman IDutton. 
James McUaniel. 

7th Class. 

Daniel Sharpless. 
Wm. Kleelver. 
Jos. Noblitt. 
.John Ratteau. 
Wm. Maskill. 



6L.1 

David Waddle. 
Norris Jones. 
Jacob Hibbard. 
Jacob Richards. 
Jas. McMin. 

Sworn before 
THOS. LEVIS. L. \^. C. 



Class. 

John Matson. 
Oliver Farrow. 
Ham Pyke. 
Joseph Lindsay. 



GEO. PEIRCE, L. C. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



783 



A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. JOHN PITTS' COMPANY FOR 
THE YEAR 1781. (c.) 



Captain. 
John Pitt 

Lieutenant. 
Isaac Levis. 

Ensign. 
Robt. Miller. 



Brlce Miller. 
Wm. Pennell. 
Dell. Pennell. 
John Hill. 



1st ClaES. 



George Smediey. 
Morda Massey. 
Thos. Maxwell. 
John Young. 



2d Class. 



Robt. Williamson. 
Joseph Sevill. 
Isaac Edwards. 
Elias Engle. 



Joel Sharpless. 
Wm. Sharpless. 
Moses Minshall. 



Jacob Minshall. 
Thos. Sharpless. 
Thos. Walters. 



Richd. Sneatb. 
Robert Lindsay. 



Saml. McMin. 
Peter Wade. 
John Wilcocks. 



3d Class. 



John Mansfield. 
Henry Wilkins. 



4th Class. 



Abram. Pilkington 
Joseph Pilkington. 
Israel WU ken son. 



6th ClaBS. 

Joseph WllHam9, 




784 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Nathan Heacock. 
Ambrose Smedley. 
John Heacock. 
Joseph Talbot. 



6th Class. 



James Manley. 
Robt. Glenn. 
Aaron Ratteau. 
Nicholas Caldwell. 



Aaron Baker. 
John Cuningham. 
Wm. Hiddons. 



7th Class. 



John Ottey. 
Fredk. Fairlamb. 
George Rasor. 



8th Class. 



John Peter Walter. 
Abram. Pennell. 
Caleb Harrison. 
John Worrall. 



Elijah Worrall. 
John Ryan, Light horse. 
Thos. Pilkington, Jur. 
Thos. Tremble. 

JOHN PITT, Capt 



Chester ss. came Capt. John Pitt and on his oath did de- 
clare the within muster roll contained the names of all the 
persons within his company within militia law to the best of 
his knowledge. 

Sworn before 

THOS. LEVIS. 



SEVENTH BATTALION OF THE CHESTER COUNTY MIL- 
ITIA, COMMANDED BY LIEUTENANT COLONEl^ 
GEORGE PEIRCE— 1781. (b.) 



SECOND rOMPANY-EDGEMONT. 



Robert Green. 
Nehamiah Baker. 
Nicholas Woolas. 



Captain. 

Joseph Black. 

Privates. 



Thomas Baker. 
Edward Russell. 
Lawrence Connaly. 



^ ,^P^^ • - ^ ^^^^M 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



785 



William Frame. 
Daniel Rigby. 
Benjamin Holston. 
Joseph Baker. 
Richard Balcer. 
Aaron Balcer. 
David Register. 
Daniel McOowen. 
Isaac Howell. 
Edward Sill. 
Richard Howell. 



Eli Yarnall. 
Robert McAfee. 
SSamuel McNees. 
Peter Bernard. 
Thomas Frame. 
Robert Thomson. 
Nathaniel Mercer. 
Samuel Worrall. 
Cornelius Woods. 
Joseph Smedley. 
Joseph Black. 



FOURTH COMPANY— CONCORD, (b.) 



Captain. 
Alexander Lockard. 



Privates. 



James Taylor. 
George Bale. 
John Reed. 
John Steen. 
Amos Mendenhall. 
William McCoy. 
Robert Steel. 
John Haws. 
William Arment. 
Edward Amos. 
Samuel Myers. 
Robert McCullock. 
John Farah. 
Stephen Keeper. 
Mark Wilcox. 
John Bullock. 



Daniel Sullivan. 
Samuel Steel. 
David Baldwin. 
William McDonell. 
Michael Hugan. 
George McCall. 
Frederick Steen. 
Joseph Latta. 
Joseph McCall. 
John Reader. 
Alexander Vincent. 
Richard Marah. 
William Steen. 
Benjamin Mendenhall. 
William Conner. 



50— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



786 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



FIFTH COMPANY— THORNBURY. 



Samuel Chance. 
Charles McClain. 
John Parker. 
Thomas Cheyney, 
John Reed. 
Benjamin Chance. 



Esq'r. 



Captain. 
Hugh Reed. 

Privates. 

Thomas Chafflin. 
William Reed. 
Thomas Ingram. 
Richard Cheyney. 
Thomas Hall. 



EIGHTH COMPANY— WESTTOWN. 



Aaron Eaviuson. 
John Davis. 
Titus Taylor. 
Jacob Yearsley. 
Joseph Mace. 
Edward Thorubury. 
John Brown. 



Captain. 
Thomas Taylor. 

Privates. 

James McMasters. 
Joseph Eavinsou. 
John Mote. 
Jacob Mote. 
James Mote. 
James Harper. 
Philip Selser. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE COMPANY COMMANDED BY 
JAMES McCLASKEY CAPT. FOR THE YEAR 1782. (c.) 



Captain. 
James MoClaskey. 

Lieutenant. 
Saml. Withrow. 

Ensign. 
Jas. McMiu. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



787 



1st Class. 



Aaron Matson. 
Wm. Pyke. 
James ThomsoD, L. 
Jacob Peterson. 



James McCotter. 
John Smith. 
Nehemh. Davis. 
Joseph Grissell. 



Nehemh. Matson. 
Saml. Evans. 
Peter King. 



H. 



Thos. Marshall. 
John Pyle. 
John Holston. 



2d Class. 



Edward Richards. 
Joseph Hall. 
Benjn. Martin. 



3d Class. 



James Thomson. 
John Griffeth. 
Joseph Owen. 



4th Class. 



James Twaddle, L. H. 
James McGlochland. 
John Pyke. 



Robert Hall. 
Job Russell. 
Duncan McMullen. 



Andw. Olliver. 
Seth Rigby. 



5th Class. 



James Barnett. 
John Noblet, Jun'r. 
Saml. Black. 



6th Class. 



VVm. Peters, 
levy Matson. 
Joseph Pennell. 



Joseph Syll. 
Richd. Dutton. 
James Pennell. 
Daniel Sharpless. 



David Waddle. 
Morris Jones. 



Jacob Pyle. 
James McDaniel. 



7th Cla?8. 



Wm. McKleelves. 
doseph Noblett. 
John Ratteau. 



8th Class. 



Jacob Hibbard. 
James McMin. 






V in. Pennell, Jur 
^ell. Pennell. 
John Hill. 
James Heacock. 
Brice Miller. 

Robt. Williamson 
Joseph Sevill. 
George Masteller. 
Isaac Edwards. 
Eilas Bngle. 

Joel Sharpless. 
Wm. Sharpless. 
Moses Mlnshall. 



Captain. 
John Pitt 

1-icutenant. 
Isaac Levis. 

Ensign. 

Robt. Miller. 

1st Class. 

Morda Mass< 
^hos. Maxw< 
John Young. 
Nathan Sharj 

2d Class. 

^ani McMin. 
Peter Wade. 
John Wilcockf 
'i'hos. Bromall 

3d Class. 

Henry Wilkins 
James Ryan 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



78» 



4th Class. 



Jacob Mlnshall. 
Thos. Sharpless. 
Thos. Walters. 
Abram Pilklngton. 



Richd. Sneath. 
Robert Lindsay. 
Joseph Williams. 



Joseph Pilkington. 
Israel Wilkinson. 
Thos. Taylor. 



5th Class. 



James Emiin. 
Robert Henderson. 
Rue Engle. 



6th Class. 



Nathan Heacock. 
Ambrose Smedley. 
John Hancock. 
Peter Smedley. 
Joseph Talbot. 



Aaron Baker. 
John Cunningham. 
Wm. Hiddons. 



James Manley. 
Robert Glenn. 
Aaron Ratteau. 
Nicholas Caldwell. 



7th Class. 



John Ottey. 
Fredk. Fairlamb. 
George Rasor. 



8th Class. 



John Peter Walter. 
Abam Pennell. 
Caleb Harreson, Jur. 
John Worrall. 
Elijah Worrall. 



Thos. Pilkington, Jur. 
Humphrey Hill. 
James Mathias. 
John Ryan, Light horse. 
Thos. Tremble. 

JOHN PUT, Capt. 



Chester ss. came Capt. John Pitt & on his oath did declare 
the within muster roll contained the names of all the persons 
names within his company within the militia law to the best 
of his knowledge. 

Sworn before 

THOS. LEVIS. 



790 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



MST OF THE MALE WHITE INHABITANTS IN THE 
TOWNSHIP OP UPPER ft LOWER CHICHESTER IN 
THEIR PROPER CU^SSES. (c.) 



Captain. 
John Flowers. 



Ad'm Barton. 
Jno. Shilly. 
Jos. Walker. 
Jno. Curzine. 
Jno. Burns. 
Jacob Hewes. 



1st. Class. 

BenJ. Ford. 
Jacob Peterson. 
Jno. Dutton. 
Sam. Carpenter. 
Math'w Kerlin. 
Anthy. Sumption. 



2nd. 



Jno. Highley. 
Arch'd Shearer. 
David Phillips. 
Jno. Ensworth. 
Jos. Waggoner. 
Jno. Cobourn. 



Class. 

Isaac I^wrence. 
Geo. Wood. 
Sam. McMinn. 
James Shelley. 
Sam Yardall. 
Robt. WilkiDs. 



Wm. Bums. 
Nath. Squible. 
Wm. Lynch. 
Jos. Burns. 
Alex'dr Dick. 
Wm. Cranston. 
Nehemiah Maull. 



3rd. Class. 

Thos. Squibb. 
Rirh'd Riley. 
Wm. Ford. 
And'w Kiysor. 
Jno. Lindsey. 
Jno. Kerlin. 
Wm. Keysor. 



4th. Class. 



Jno. Harding. 
Jos. Cobourn. 
David Johnson. 
Sam. Eagleson. 
Nioh's Caldwell. 
Isaac Dutton. 
Benj. Johnson. 



Richd. Harrington. 
Richd. Newlln. 
Job. Carter. 
Jno. Eyre. 
James Craig. 
Sam Smith. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 
5th. Class. 



791 



Sylvester Kenton. 
Jacob Ford. 
Wiley Wood. 
James Law. 
Thos. Thompson. 
Zach Derrik. 



Robt. Moulder, Jr. 
Tobias Hendrickson. 
Wm. Lindsey. 
Nath'n Pennel. 
J no. Habersack. 
Jno. Linvill. 



6th. Class. 



Jacob Burns. 
Thos. Moore. 
Sam. Price. 
Jos. Wert. 
Francis Townsend. 
Jacob Cobourn. 



Jno. Morton. 
John Smith. 
Thos. Edwards. 
Jas. Odair. 
Wm. Booth. 



7th. Class. 



Robert Booth. 
Thos. Wallace. 
Nath. Sowder. 
James Art. 
Arch'd Dick. 
Dan Brown. 
Jno. Kentin. 



Wm. Goodwin. 
Jos. Ashew, Jun. 
Jos. Martin. 
Rezor Lamplugh. 
Isaac Pennell. 
Henry Myrs. 



8th. Class. 



Sam. Walker. 
Thos. Cornwall. 
James Maull. 
Andw. Torton. 
Sam. Armor. 
Andw. Ferguson. 
Jno. McCay. 
Jacob Gudshall. 



Richd. Flower. 
Robt. Henderson. 
Jno. Talbot. 
Wm. Hoskins. 
Jno. Pierce. 
Wm. Willis. 
Saml. Tremble. 
John r^w. 



Chester ss. 

James Huston on his Oath did declare the within Muster 
Roll was a True list of the Male White Persons In his Com- 
pany between the ages of 18 and fifty three years. 

before 
THOS. LEVIS S. L. C. C. 



792 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



NEWLIN TOWNSHIP COMPANY CLAASSED. (c.) 



Captain. 
Jos. Luckie. 



John Cashedy. 
Joseph Smith. 
Caleb Peirce. 
Anthony Baldwin. 



1st. Class. 



Mordical Hays. 
John Baley. 
Will'm Smith. 
Job Pile. 



2nd. Class. 



Sam'l Baley. 
James Conner. 

Will'm Allen. 
Nicholas Moor. 



James Mllison. 
George Gothrop. 
Joshua Harlin. 
Wra. Hannah. 



Isaac McCarty. 
Emas Nichols. 
xMill'm Nichols. 
Jno. Chalfant. 



James Nichols. 
Isaac Trimble. 
Isaac Taylor. 
Barney Diveny. 



John IJggott. 
John Brannon. 
Isaac Harvey. 
David Echoff. 



Calib Harlin. 
Wiirm Milison. 
Paschal Davis. 



3rd. Class. 



Abuer Bentley. 
John BuUan. 
Job Vancoart. 



4th. Class. 



Eli King. 
James Shields. 
Prter Wickersham. 



5th. Class. 



Joseph Hays. 
Jacob Taylor. 
Joseph Grist. 



6th. Class. 



Jno. Cunningham. 
l;avid I^eirce. 
Will'm Wickersham. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



798 



Enoch Hays. 
Jno. Quigley. 
Jonathan Chalfont. 
Joshua Peirce. 



7th. Class. 



Will'm Park. 
And'w McGuire. 
George Galahar. 
Allex*dr Grimes. 



Thos. Baldwin. 
Jesse Chalfant. 
Jas. Quentance.* 
Edw'd Devenny. 



8th. Class. 



George Speakman. 
Rob't Chalfant. 
George Peirce. 



A RETURN OF THE CLASSES OF THE 7TH COMPANY 
OF THE SEVENTH BATTALLION OF MILITIA OF 
CHESTER COUNTY, 1780. (c.) 



Captain. 
James McCIaskey. 

Lieutenant. 
Robert Rankin. 

Ensign. 
Robt. Withrow. 



1st. Class. 



Samuel Baker. 
Elisha Evans. 
Aaron Matson. 
Wm. Pike. 

James McCotter. 
Jno. Smith. 
Nehemiah I>avis. 
Joseph Orissell. 



Caleb Peirce. 
James Morrison. 
James Thomson. 



2nd. Class. 



Edw'd Richard. 
James Rigby. 
Wm. Shankland. 



794 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Nehemiah Matson. 
Jacob Pike. 
Peter Baker. 
Samuel E^rans. 



3rd. Class. 



Jas. Yarnall. 
Peter King. 
Thos. Richards. 
Jas. Thomson. 



Thos. Man. 
Wm. Hardy. 
Thos. Taylor. 
Juo. Watson. 



4th. Class. 



Robt. Rankin. 
Jas. Twaddle. 
John Jones. 
James McGloghlin. 



Robt. Hall. 
Robt. Russell. 
Wm. Twaddle. 
Ainas Sharpless. 



5th. Class. 



Duncan at Peters. 
Jas. Dutton. 
Mathew Boyd. 
Jas. Uarnet. 



6th. Class. 



Wm. Peters. 
Jas. Lindsay. 
Levi Matson. 
Geo. Taylor. 
Aaron Rattoo. 



Joseph Sill. 
Rich'd Dutton. 
Jno. Palmer. 
Jos. Salkeld. 
James Ponnell. 



David Waddle. 
Norris Jones. 
Arch'd Shanks. 
Jacob Ilibbard. 



Joseph Pennell. 
Jon'a Richard. 
Jacob Pyle. 
Kiugsman Dutton. 



7th. Class. 



Daniel Sharpless. 
Joseph Palmer. 
Wm. Mcllwey. 
Joseph Noblit. 



8th. Class. 



Jacob Richards. 
Jno. Little. 
James McMin. 
John Matson. 

Ashlown Compy. 

Chester Co. 
^, Sworn before 

THOS. LEVIS, S. L C. C. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



795 



THORNBURY COMPANY OF MILITIA, (c.) 



Lavy Pyle. 
Thos. Grisle. 
Abraham Hoser. 
Benj'n Johnson. 
William Loweden. 
Richard Butlar. 
Edward Baker. 
Daniel Thomson. 
Thoms Howell. 
Jese James. 
John Townsend. 
James Townsend. 
Joseph Cheyney. 
William Williamson. 
William Beale. 
William Lumons. 
Jam's Hove. 
James Canon. 
Thos. Marshall. 
John Cheyney. 
Andrew Kell. 
Thos. Taylor. 
Richard Mercer. 
Isaac Taylor. 
Benj'n Chance. 
Samuel Oliver. 
David Baker. 
Thos. Cheney Esq. 
John Reed. 
William Conner. 
Thos. Hickman. 
Jacob Vernon. 
Benj'n Jones. 
George Smedly. 
Larance Connely. 
David Lewis. 



Predy Kimber. 
Caleb Peirce. 
John Peirce. 
John Mendenhall. 
Israel Pyle. 
Abram Williamson. 
Joshua Hoops. 
William Yarnal. 
William Ellott. 
James Dutton. 
William Jonson. 
John Mansfeld. 
Jacob Baugher. 
James Ramage. 
Daniel Broomall. 
Joseph Hemphill. 
John Edwards. 
Samuel Chance. 
Joshua Way. 
Chars. McLeen. 
Benj'n Hickman. 
Francis Hickman. 
Joseph Hickman. 
Moses Hickman. 
Johos. Young. 
Abner Ramage. 
William Mison. 
Samuel Waker. 
Ezekel Lanard. 
Richard Cheney. 
Arthur Linden. 
Robert Wager. 
Joseph Pierce. 
Caleb Kimber. 
Hennery Jones. 

GEORGE PEIRCE, Col. 7 Pa. 



1 do hereby Sertify that this is a just and true Return of 
the Comppany of Thornbury Militia. 

HUGH REED, Capt 



Robert Green. 
Nehemiah Baker. 
Nicholas Woolas. 
Thomas Baker. 
ICdw. Russell. 
Laurance Connaly. 
William FYame. 
Daniel Rigby. 
Joseph Griffith. 
John Meredith. 
BenJ'n Holston. 
Joseph Baker. 
Richard Baker. 
Aaron Baker. 
David Regester. 
Daniel McGowen. 



Captain. 
Daniel ('alvert. 

Privates. 

Isaac Ho 
E>dward 
Nathan 1 
Richard ] 
Thomas i 
Joseph M( 
Samuel M 
Peter Ben 
Tho's Frai 
Edward Gi 
Robert Th( 
Nath'l Mer 
Samuel Wo 
Joseph Sm< 
^ Joseph Bla 



FOURTH COMPANY—CONCORD ANI 



Captain. 
Alex*r Lockheart. 



Prlvatpa 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



797 



John Barlow. 
Robert Burnett. 
George Ball. 
John Reed. 
William Dennis. 
John Steen. 
Isaac Arment. 
Thomas Baker. 
Thomas McMinn. 
Charles Crossley. 
John Monigan. 
Amos Mendenhall. 
Elias Burnett. 
Robert Steel. 
Robert Booth. 
Robert McCoy. 
Joseph James. 
John Haws. 
William Arment. 
Daniel Green. 
Levi Pierce. 
Philip Selsor. 
William Steen. 
Sam'l Mendenhall. 
Samuel Myers. 
Robert McCalla. 
Joseph Steelpepper. 
Thomas Cheyney. 



William Hannum. 
Mark Wilcock. 
Daniel Sullivan. 
John Bullock. 
Samuel Steel. 
Wm. Baldwin. 
David Baldwin. 
^Will'm McDonald. 
Thomas Howell. 
Jeremiah Weaver. 
BenJ'n Mendenhall. 
Michael Huggin. 
Geo. McCall. 
William Barnett. 
Fred'k Steen. 
Joseph Latta. 
John Reeder. 
Alex'r Vincent. 
Henry Burnett. 
Isaac Williams. 
Thomas Millsom. 
Joshua Cloud. 
John Hilley. 
Richard Taylor. 
George Davis. 
John Tacit. 
Abner Barnett. 
John Bowers. 



FIFTH COMPANY— THORNBURY. (b.) 



Captain. 
Hugh Reed. 



Samuel Chance. 
William Connor. 
George Fryer. 
Wiirm Bale. 
John Reed. 



Privates. 

Benj'n Chance. 
William Reed. 
James Register. 
Thomas Chalfant. 
William Levenson. 



798 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



George Fryer, Jun'r. 
Joshua Vernon. 
John James. 
James Dutton. 
William Elliott. 
Martin Conrod. 
Abraham Harper. 



Aaron Thompson. 
Richard Cheyney. 
Abram Harper. 
Thomas Young. 
Benj'a Johnson. 
Joseph Brinton. 



EIGH rn COMPANY— WESTTOWN. 



Captain. 
Thomas Taylor 

Privates. 



Joseph Eavenson. 
Michael Revel. 
William Ix)uden. 
Aaron Eavenson. 
John Davis. 
Titus Taylor. 
Isaac Davis. 
Jacob Yearslcy. 
John Hair. 
Joseph Mace. 
William Johnscn. 
Aliner Ramape. 
James McMaster. 
Joseph Eavenson. 
John Mote. 
Jacob Mote. 
James Mote. 
William Dunwoo<ly. 



Edw'd Thornbury. 
Robert Yearsley. 
John Brown. 
Thomas Cooper. 
John Hunt. 
James Black. 
James Brown. 
William Shanklin. 
John Kimbler. 
flich'd Davis. 
Archiba!<1 Cook. 
Abram Johnson. 
Samuel Way. 
Thomas Hibben. 
Jacob Lewis. 
Abram Johnson. 
Henry Nail. 



SEVENTH BATTALION, (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

Isaac Taylor. 

Major. 
John Craig. 

Number of men, 467. 






COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



799 



SEVENTH BATTALION, (a.) 



Colonel. 
John Gardner, vice William Gibbons, res.. May 15, 1778. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Samuel Henderson, vice Nathaniel Porter, res., May 15, 1778. 



Muster Roll of Captain Gilbert Gibbs Company of the Ist Class 
C. County Militia Regiment of Foot, in the service of the 
United States, commanded by Col. John Hannum entered 
the service June 18th, 1777, now at Chester in the State of 
Pennsylvania, (c.) 

Commissiolied: 

Captain — Gilbert Gibbs, present. 
Lieut— Adw. Willson, abst. with leave. 
Lieut. — Robt. Morrell, present. 
Ensign— Thos. Hope, absent sick. 



No. 



SerKt. Major. 
Duncan Morrison 

2 Eben'r Henery. Serjt., 

3 i Jams. Hoffan, SerJt., . 

4 Win. Grimth. Serjt.. .. 

5 Win. Forslthe. SerJt., 

Corporals. 

1 Win. Morrow, 

2 ' Jose McDowI 

3 Jas. Banks 

4 ' Jno. Wallace 

I Drum & Fifer. 

1 John Cooper 

2 . And'w McPheters 



Appointed. 



Remarks. 



June 18, Present. 

June 24 Present. 



June 20,, 
June 18, 
June 24., 



Present. 
On fur low. 
Present. 



June 


18 


Present. 


June 


24 


Present. 


June 


18 


Present. 


June 


18, 


Present. 


June 


18 


Present. 


June 


24. 


PreMBt 




800 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN GILBERT GIBBS COMPANY 
—Continued. 



No. I 



1 ; 

2 

3 , 

^ 

a . 

7l 

8 I 

9 i 
10 i 

111 
12 
13 
14 

15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 



AppointfMl. 



Remarks. 



1 



Bnlistod. 

.June 18,... 

Junt' IS,... 

June 18.... 

June 18,... 

June 18 

June 18.... 

June 18,... 

June 24.... 

June 24,... 

June 24,... 

June 18.... 

June 18,... 



Private*. 

I^rnce Pltxjferald 

Jtui. BoKV. 

Gideon pmlth, 

Wm. Dickey 

Jttwph f'lilioii 

Saml. Smith 

Geo. Stringer 

Wm. McKelvey 

Geo. McKorkiii 

Ja«. McKorklll 

Jno. Davidson 

Isaac Taylor 

Robt. Bell June 24,. 

Wm. Lyon J"n« *2. . 

Donls Carrel June 22,. 

Rich'd Harding June 22,. 

Jas. Hamilton Tunc IS.. 

Squon; Caldwell June IS.. 

.Tno. M.r.lauKhlln Juno IS. 

('has. Wallace 'unr is.. 

Andw .lack. Tinu- is.. 

Jos. .Mackey, 'un-- IS.. 

('has. .Mcllhrny Imu- 1^. . 

Wm. Oiam I""«' -". 

25 Jhh. MrXaujrht Iun»- :'••.. 

•_'»» Uul.t. .M.i'orklU luJio 2'.. 

27 Kol't. <';iini>b<;ll hiiio 2-'... 

2S Hobt. t'.il-son Jun«» Is,. 

29 Jno. H'Kau June 2,").. 

:50 Jno. i^.-rvico Juno 2«t. . 

.11 Jno. (}ila.«5pey luno 2<i. . 

32 R«»»»t. McCurdy 

nr. Wm. Ulnton 

:\\ James Welsh 

3.-. Jam's M«Nelly 

n»; Jas. Me«'urdy Tuly 1. 

37 Tat Cros.s July 1. 

:?8 Harney Kaln July 1. 

39 Wm. p:\vinK July 1. 

Jno. FuUerton July 1, 



Juno 2»». 
June IS. 
June IS. 
June IS. 
July 
July 



On command. 

Present. 

Deserted. 

On furlow. 

Present. 

Present. 

Present. 

On furlow. 

Present. 

Present. 

On guard. 

On guard. 

On guard. 

On guard. 

Present. 

Present. 

On furlow. 

rrej»ent. 

I»resent. 

Present. 

Present. 

On furlow. 

Present. 

Present. 

On furlow. 

lYesent. 

Present. 

Prej^ent. 

Present. 

Present. 

Present. 

Present. 

Deserted. 

Present. 

Present. 

On furlow. 

On furlow. 

Present. 

Present. 



Che.ster July 11th. 1777. Mustered then Captain Gilbert 
Gibbs rompany as specified in the above Roll. 

LOOK. spro(jp:ll. M. M. G. of p. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 801 

PROOF OF THE EFFECTIVES. 



5 


3 


C 

1 


1 


2 


E 

3 


fc 



Ab8t., 



Total, 



3 
1 


4 





J 


A 


~~4 




1 






I do swear that the within muster roll is a true state of the 
company without fraud to the United States or to any indi- 
vidual according to the best of my knowledge. 

GILBERT GIBBS, Capt. 
Sworn before the 11th day of July 1777. 
JNO. HANNUM, Col. Comd. 



EIGHTH BATTALION, (a.) 



Colonel. 
Patterson Bell, com. September 6, 1777. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Matthew Boyd, com. September 6. 1777. 

Major. 
Joseph Spear, com. September 6, 1777. 

A List of officers in the EUghth Battalion Chester County 
Militia. 



First company. 

Captain— Gilbert Glbbs. 
First Lieutenant— John Skeyls. 
Second Lieutenant— Adam Cowan. 
Ensign— William Wallace. 

51— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 




WZ ▲880CIATOR8 AMD MIUTIA. 

« 

Second comitany. ^ 

Captain— William Manh. 
First Lieutenant-:- Andrew Wilson. 
Second Lieutenant— Henry McClellan. 
Ensign— Robert McClellan. 

Third company. 

Captain— Bezaleel Bentley. 
First Lieutenant— Robert Filson. 
Second Lieutenant— Robert Mosral. 
Ensign- James Armstrong. 

Fourth company. 

Captain— William Withrow. 
First Lieutenant— William Henry. 
Second Lieutenant— Adam Camble. 
Ensign— Thomas Hope. 

Fifth company. 

Captain— James Dunn. 
First Lieutenant— Archibald Flemming. 
Second Lieutenant— Jacob Gibson. 
Ensign— John Smith. 

Sixth company. 

Captain— Hector McNeal, com. September 6, 1777. 

Eighth company. 

Captain — Trustram Moore, com. September 6, 1777. 
First Lieutenant— John Steel, com. September 6, 1777. 
Second Lieutenant— William Wanless, com. September 6, 
1777. 
Ensign — Peter Burgantine, com. September 6, 1777. 

ROBERT SMITH, Lieutenant, C, C. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



808 



EIGHTH BATTALION, (a.) 



Colonel. 
Patterson Bell. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Matthew Boyd. 

Quartermaster. 
Thomas Boyd, Esq: 



CAPTAIN GIBBS* COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Gilbert Gibbs. 

First Lieutenant. 
John Skyles. 

Second Lieutenant. 
William Wallace. 

Ensign. 
Adam Cowan. 

Privates. 



James Cowan. 
Joseph Cowan. 
James Clark. 
Joseph Cox. 
James Adair. 
John Graham. 
Joseph Wallace. 
Vincent Cromwell. 



Thomas Douglas. 
Conner Crowley. 
John Hill. 
James Kelley. 
James Hamilton. 
Peter McGoldrick. 
Samuel Basher. 
William McClellan. 



804 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



James McClellan. 
Joseph McClellan. 
Samuel Martin. 
David Cowan. 
Andrew Jack. 
Thomas Morrow. 
Hugh Blair. 
David Martin. 
Arthur Oneal. 
James Thompson. 
John Armstrong. 
Thomas Maxfleld. 
William Skeyles. 
Philip Lynch. 
John Gallaher. 
James McGulre. 
William Keys. 
Nell McCarty. 
Henry Galaher. 



John Lee. 
George Lee. 
John Kinkaid. 
Alexaoder Mackey. 
Robert Potts. 
John Kirlton. 
Thomas Boyd. 
Joseph Wachob. 
Peter McCloskey. 
John Clark. 
Thomas Clark. 
Michael Kennedy. 
James Johnson. 
John Young. 
Richard Hanflcock. 
Henry McFall. 
James Grier. 
James Turner. 
William Uvingston. 



CAPTAIN MARSH'S COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
William Marsh. 

First Lieutenant. 
Andrew Wilson. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Henry McClellan. 

Ensign. 
Robert McClellan. 



George Boyd. 
James Boyd. 
James Bulla. 
Samiiel McClellan. 
Samuel McClellan. Jr. 
Thomas Truman. 
William Morrow. 



Privates. 

James Bailey. 
William Dickey. 
William Pimm. 
Kdward Reiley. 
Thomas Makey. 
John Moore. Jr. 
Peter Shoemaker. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



805 



Arthur Park. 
David Park. 
Stockley Hosman. 
James Smith. 
John Irwin. 
John Irwin, Jr. 
John Crow. 
James Harvey. 
George Robinson. 
William Bryce. 
Alexander McPherson. 
John Newlin. 
Jonah Chamberlain. 
Mincher Williams. 
Joseph Park. 
John Boggs. 
Alexander Boggs. 
James Kirkpatrick. 
Andrew Stuart. 
Joseph Williams. 
John Miller. 
Joseph Henderson. 



John Wilklns. 
James Moore. 
John Moore, Sr. 
Thomas Davis. 
Joseph Reford. 
Amos Williams. 
John Truman. 
William Townshend. 
Andrew Moore. 
James Banks. 
Joseph Keyle. 
William Wilkin. 
Gainer Pierce. 
Robert McNut. 
John Sharp. 
Gravenor Marsh. 
James Williams. 
John Henry. 
Alexander Oliphant. 
Joseph Eccles. 
Samuel Willson. 
James Brown. 



CAPTAIN BENTLEY'S COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
Bezaleel Bentley. 

First Lieutenant. 
Robert Fillson. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Robert Morral. 

Ensign. 
John Armstrong. 



Nathan Powell. 
Joseph Fillson. 
William Mode. 



Privates. 




James BlellocK 
William Parkhill 
Patrick MeVan. 



806 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Jesse Marsh. 
David Powell. 
John Semple. 
David Bailey. 
John PuUertoD. 
Philip Dougherty, 
Alexander Peoples. 
John Worth. 
William Furman. 
George Chandler. 
Cornelius Burk. 
John Walker. 
Alexander McWilliams. 
John Wiley. 
James Crawford. 
John Curry. 
David McKim. 
Josiah Scott. 
Matthew Craige. 
John Dougherty. 
William Scott. 
Joseph Powell. 
Robert Young. 
John Liggett. 
John Machan. 
Nesbit Lockart. 
James Grant. 
John Armstrong. 
George Farquer. 
William Eccles. 
Thomas Heslip. 
William Thompson. 
John Hannah. 
William Farson. 
Richard Taylor. 
John Cassady. 
Thomas Chaffend. 
Andrew Creature. 
Garret Goode. 



George McCorklll. 
Charles Mcllhaney. 
James Marsh. 
John Elliott. 
Andrew Oliphant. 
Caleb Phips. 
William Bellock. 
John Sooh. 
John Boyd. 
Robert Arthurs. 
John Fillson, Jr. 
Aaron Coats. 
John Fillson, Sr. 
Abraham Wolfington. 
Jacob Chaffand. 
John Powell. 
Isaac Powell. 
Patrick Carson. 
William Harlan. 
Thomas Jones. 
John Anderson. 
Samuel Richardson. 
William Willey. 
William Truman. 
Thomas Gibson. 
Hugh Gordan. 
James Bennet. 
Isaac Powell. 
James Corban. 
James Steen . 
Samuel Smith. ^ 
James Martin. 
Henry McTeer. 
Philip Otty. 
John Stoop. 
Robert Bennet. 
Robert McFarland. 
Robert Davis. 
Jacob Thomas. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 
CAPTAIN WITHBROW'S COMPANY, (a.) 



807 





Captain. 




William Wltherow. 




First Lieutenant. 




William Henry. 




Second Lieutenant. 




Adam Campbell. 




Ensign. 




Peter Bole. 




Privates. 


John McFarland. 


Jonathan Stalker. 


William McKehey. 


Edward Vernon. 


James Pierce. 


William Ball. 


William I>awson. 


John Ash. 


John Davison. 


Ebenezer Henry. 


William Robinson. 


Michael Balbridge. 


Isaac Taylor. 


James Wltherow. 


Charles Campbell. 


Samuel Bishop. 


William Kennedy. 


William Ralston. 


Samuel Denney. 


William Neely. 


Peter Whitacre. 


John Campbell. 


David Henderson. 


James Clemson. 


Archibald McCorkhil] 


1. Robert Chestnut. 


Francis Alexander. 


Garret Irwin. 


Zepaniah Davis. 


Nathaniel Davis. 


Robert Gamble. 


Thomas Willson. 


Joseph Gladney. 


Nathaniel Maxwell. 


William Sheerer. 


John Fleming, 


George Ogilvy. 


Bryan McCune. 


Joseph Dewees. 






£>o(np»D(I OSlDiCi J 


Thomas Scott. 




John Edge. ^^ 


Samuel Neil. 




Joieph Aah. ^^^^k 


John Munroe. 




Caleb Way. ^^^M 


James Johnston, 




Thomas MeGlaitgliHfl^^^H 


Robert Haggerty. 




Robert McGlaughlls^^^^l 



808 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Henry McFall. 
Isaac Miles. 
Robert Jack. 
James Gregg. 
James Bruce. 
Robert Williams. 
Joseph Shannon. 
Jacob Rush. 
Samuel Ramsay. 
Duncan McCallester. 



Ea^iiel Murphey. 
James Witherow. 
John Witherow. 
Barnabas Kain. 
Barnabas Frazer. 
Samuel Twiner. 
Charles Mcllhaney. 
James Allen. 
George Waddle. 



CAPTAIN DUNN'S COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
James Dunn. 

First Lieutenant. 
Archibald Fleming. 

Second Lieutenant. 
John Smith. 

Ensign. 
James Dunlap. 



Privates. 



Robert Haslett. 
Thomas Patterson. 
Elezer Hamble. 
Kbenezer Hamble. 
Joseph Brooks. 
John Wallace. 
James Scott. 
Andrew Kirkpatrick. 
James McCiirdy. 
Alexander Dunlay. 
William Boyd. 
John Daniel. 



John Hazlett. 
Andrew Hazlett. 
Ellis Pusey. 
Josiiha Pusey. 
David Irwin. 
Robert Campbell. 
Robert McCurdy. 
Joseph Kirkpatrick. 
Samuel Futhey. 
(Jeorge Gibson. 
Thomas Gibson. 
Samuel Gibson. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



809 



William Bell. 
Robert McCorkhlll. 
James Cochran. 
Robert Cochran. 
David Cochran. 
Stephen Cochran, Esq. 
William Lyon. 
Joseph Wlllson. 
Adam Glenning. 
William Stringer. 
James Brown. 
William Hazlett. 
James Graham. 
Richard Adams. 
John Morelan. 
James McCasslan. 
William Rutlidge. 
Robert Burns. 
Robert Orr. 
George McGuire. 
Charles McGlaughlin. 
William Griffith. 
Robert Bell. 
James Gilmore. 
Charles Bla6k. 
James Black. 
John Cross. 
John Service. 
James Craige. 
James Mackey. 
William Canithers. 
John Caruthers. 
James Steel. 



Andrew Moore. 
David Brooks. 
Robert Gibson. 
Gideon Smith. 
David Longhead. 
John Vogan. 
Francis Ruth. 
Thomas Ix)ve. 
Edward Ferson. 
Robert Cowden. 
John CowdOD. 
William Buntki. 
John Hailcott. 
Joseph Cooper. 
Richard Barnes. 
John Bruce. 
William Boggs. 
Joseph Boggs. 
James Welsh. 
John Conner. 
James Pinkertcn. 
James Vitch. 
Charles Shield. 
William Frazer. 
John McClimer. 
James Mcllhaney. 
James Ligget. 
James Smith. 
Joseph Walker. 
Henry Moore. 
John Black. 
Archibald Woodside. 
William Oram. 



CAPTAIN KEYS' COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 

Henry Keys. 

First Lieutenant. 

Josiah Bailey. 




810 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

Second LJeutenant. 
James French. 

Bnsign. 
Joel Bailey. 



George Harlan. 
Isaac Bailey. 
Jacob Hays. ^ 

Thomas Donnelly. 
William Davis. 
Aaron Baker. 
Mordecai Dougherty. 
Jonathan Chaffant. 
William Lockart. 
George White. 
John Passmore. 
Benjamin Sail. 
Elisha Bally. 
Enoch Spickman. 
Evan Garret. 
John Holden. 
Elias Mitchel. 
William Hays. 
Joseph Passmore. 
John Pennock. 
Thomas James. 
Joshua Barnard. 
John Anderson. 
James Butler. 
Nathaniel Hays. 
Jesse Harlan. 
Andrew Mitchel. 
Joshua Bailey. 
James Powell. 
Peter Bergandine. 



Privates. 



Thomas Passmore. 
Christopher Rin. 
John Barnard. 
James Campbell. 
Samuel Baker. 
James Hogan. 
Edward Swain. 
James Richardson. 
William Robinson. 
James ^rogan. 
Robert Jackson. 
William Hinton. 
William Hanley. 
Isaac Bailey. 
George Taylor. 
Jacob Chandler. 
James McCorkhill. 
Amos Bailey. 
Alexander Skllton. 
Henry Bailey. 
Solomon Harlan. 
George Carson. 
William Nicholson. 
William Pusey. 
Silas Harlan. 
Edward Horn. 
Archibald McNeal. 
Nathaniel Gltchell. 
John Donnelly. 
Joseph Pyle. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



8n 



CAPTAIN THROUGH'S COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
David Through. 

First Lieutenant. 
Thomas Withers. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Thomas Kain. 



Ensign. 
Benjamin Brown. 

Privates. 



Thomas Barrett. 
John Steel. 
Isaac Pyle. 
John Brogan. 
Joseph Pennock, Jr. 
Jonathan Johnston. 
Joseph Pyle, Jr. 
Samuel Withers. 
Samuel House. 
Thomas Preston. 
Israel Pusey. 
William Travalia. 
Samuel Hays. 
Levi Bailey. 
Jonathan Chaffant. 
Elisha Bailey. 
John Pyle. 
Samuel Moore. 
Thomas Swain. 
Samuel Kell. 
Andrew Rice. 
Stephen Els. 
Thomas Dornel. 
George Russel. 
Joshua Edwards. 
Jesse Pusey. 



Thomas Hays. 
Thomas Pyle. 
Nathaniel Keach. 
John Butler. 
Caleb Swain. 
Jesse Swain. 
Caleb Pusey. 
Caleb Bailey. 
Isaac Jackson. 
Roger McBrlde. 
William Fitzsimmonds. 
James Neal. 
William Bailey. 
Caleb Hulford. 
Joel Bailey. 
Joseph Ward. 
John Finney. 
Archibald Stewart. 
John Eklwards. 
William Pennock. 
Henry Chaffant. 
Jonathan Travalia. 
William Wanless. 
Joseph Pyle. 
Benjamin Fea. 
Caleb Jackson. 



812 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



CAPTAIN GRYST'S COMPANY, (a.) 



Captain. 
George Gryst. 

First Lieutenant. 
Josiah Jackson. 

Second Lieutenant. 
George Budebank. 

Ensign. 
John Webb. 



Privates. 



Jacob McFagan. 
George Riddleback. 
Daniel Pierce. 
Abraham Keyle. 
Thomas Coile. 
Isaac Bailey. 
Jacob Pyle. 
Caleb Pyle. 
James McGlaughlin. 
Joshua Echo. 
John Brown. 
Benjamin Way. 
Eli Bailey. 
Henry Jefferies. 
George Whippo. 
Thomas Jackson. 
James McMasters. 
David Windle. 
Jesse Jackson. 
Nathaniel Bailey. 
Solomon Mercer. 
Abel Wickersham. 
Isaac Wood row. 
Joel Bailey. 



George Jackson. 
Silas Harvey. 
Samuel Bailey. 
David Echo. 
Mordecai Cloud. 
George Suleer. 
Josiah Cloud. 
John Butler. 
Josiah Walker . 
Daniel Mercer. 
Joshua Bailey. 
Joshua Mercer. 
James Vernon. 
Christian Dollan. 
Jeremiah Fitzpatrick. 
John Tagart. 
Stephen Howell. 
Caleb Johnson. 
Henry Pierce. 
John Parker. 
Caleb Pennock. 
John McGahan. 
Abner Cloud. 
Hadley Woodward. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



813 



Charles Pierce. 
Josiah Scott. 
William Henry. 
Abner Wickersham. 
William Allen. 
Isaac Pierce. 
Samuel Swain. 
Samuel Gryst. 
Caleb Pusey. 



Solomon Shogan. 
Benjamin Harvey. 
Thomas Woodward. 
James Jefferies. 
William Lawlan. 
James Jackson. 
Moses Windel. 
Nicholas Pusey. 



Total in the battalion, 586. This Return is as it was made 
me on Oath. 

ANDREW BOYD, S. U 
5th May, 1778. 



AN EFFECTIVE LIST OF MEN'S NAMES IN THE 8TH 
BATTALION CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA, PATTER- 
TERSON BELL, ESQR., COLO, (c.) 



Gilbert Gibb. 
Jno. Skyles. 
William Wallace. 
Adam Cowan. 
James Cowan. 
Joseph Cowan. 
James Clark. 
Joseph Cox. 
James Adair. 
John Graham. 
Joseph Wallace. 
Vincent Cromwell. 
Thomas Douglass. 
Conner Crowley. 
John Hill. 
James Kelley. 
James Hamilton. 
Peter M. Goldwick. 
Samuel Fisher. 
Wil'iam McClellan. 
James McClellan. 



First company. 

Joseph McClellan. 
Samuel Martin. 
David Cowan. 
Andrew Jack. 
Thomas Morrow. 
Hugh Blair. 
David Martin. 
Arthur Neal. 
James Thompson. 
John Armstrong. 
Thomas Maxfleld. 
William Skeyles. 
Philip Lynch. 
John Gallaher. 
James McGuire. 
William Keys. 
Neil McCarty. 
Henry Galaher. 
John Lee. 
George I^e. 
John Kinkaid. 



814 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Alexr. Mackey. 
Robert Potts. 
John Kirlton. 
Thomas Boyd. 
Joseph Wachol. 
Peter McClosky. 
John Clark. 
Thomas Clark. 



Michael Kennedy. 
James Johnson. 
John Young. 
Richard Handcock. 
Henry McFall. 
James Grier. 
James Turner. 
William Livingston. 



Second 
Mattw. Boyd, Lieutenant. 
Thos. Boyd, Esq., Qr. Master. 

George Boyd. 
James Boyd. 
James Bulla. 
William Marsh. 
Andrew WlUson. 
Henry McClellan. 
Robert McClellan. 
Samuel McClellan. 
Samuel McClellan, Jr. 
Thomas Truman. 
William Morrow. 
James Bailey. 
William Dickey. 
William Simm. 
Edward Reiley. 
Thomas Makey. 
John Moore, Junr. 
Peter Shoemaker. 
Arthur Park. 
David Park. 
Stockley Hosnian. 
James Smith. 
John Irwin. 
John Irwin. Junr. 
John Crow. 
James Harvey. 
Geo. Robinson. 
William Bruce. 
Alexr. McPherson. 
John Newlin. 
Jonah Chamberlain. 
Mincher Williams. 



company. 
Joseph Park. 
Patrick Dougherty. 
John Powell. 
Joseph Powell. 
John Shannon. 
John Middleton. 
Duncan Morrison. 
Jamaes Marsh. 
Geo. Miller. 
James Miller. 
John Boggs. 
Alexr. Boggs. 
James Kirpatrick. 
Andw. Stuart. 
Joseph Williams. 
John Miller. 
Joiieph Henderson. 
John Wilkins. 
James Moore. 
John Moore, Senr. 
Thomas Davis. 
Joseph Reford. 
.'Xmos Williams. 
John Truman. 
William Townshend. 
Andrew Moore. 
James Banks. 
Joseph Keyle. 
William Willkin. 
Gainer Pierce. 
Robert McNut. 
John Sharp. 
Gravenor Marsh. 
James Williams. 
John Henry. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



815 



Alexr. Oliphant. 
Joseph Eccles. 
Samuel Willson. 
James Brown. 
Patrick Bonnan. 
George Mclntire. 
George Guest. 
Andw. Croaier. 



Bezaleel Bentley. 
Robert Fillson. 
Robert Morral. 
John Armstrong. 
Nathan Powell. 
Joseph Fillson. 
William Mode. 
James Blellock. 
William Parkhill. 
Patrick McVan. 
Jesse Marsh. 
David Powell. 
John Semple. 
David Bailey. 
John Fullerton. 
Philip Dougherty. 
Alexr. Peoples. 
John Worth. 
William Furman. 
George Chandler. 
Cornelius Burk. 
John Walker. 
Alexr. McWilliams. 
John Wiley. 
James Crawford. 
John Curry. 
David McKim. 
Josiah Scott. 
Matthew Craige. 
John Dougherty. 
William Scott. 
Joseph Powell. 
Robert Young. 
John Liggett. 
John Machan. 



Joseph Williams. 
John Cochran. 
John Hamilton. 
James McNight. 

Colo. Caleb Davis. 
Major Schekley Morton. 



Third company. 



Nesbit Lockart. 
James Grant. 
John Armstrong. 
George Farquer. 
William Eccles. 
Thomas Heslep. 
William Thompson. 
John Hannah. 
William Farson. 
Richard Taylor. 
John Cassady. 
Thomas Chaffand. 
Andrew Creature. 
Garret Govode. 
George McCorkill. 
Charles Mcllhaney. 
James Marsh. 
John Elliott. 
Andrew Oliphant. 
Caleb Phlps. 
William Blellock. 
John Sook. 
John Boyd. 
Robert Arthurs. 
John Fillson, Junr. 
Aaron Coatea. 
John Fillson Senr. 
Abraham Wolfington. 
Jacob Chaffand. 
John Powell. 
Isaac Powell . 
Patrick Carson. 
William Harlan. 
Thomas Jones. 
John Anderson. 



816 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Samuel Richardson. 
William Wlllson. 
William Truman. 
Thomas Gibson. 
Hugh Jordan. 
James Bennet. 
Isaac Powell. 
James Corban. 
James Steen. 



Samuel Smith. 
James Martin. 
Henry McTeer. 
Philip Otty. 
Pohn Stoop. 
Robert Behmet. 
Robert McFarland. 
Robert Davis. 
Jacob Thomas. 



Fourth company. 



William Witherow. 
William Henry. 
Adam Campbell. 
Peter Bole. 
John McFarland. 
William McKelvey. 
James Pierce. 
William Dawson. 
John Davison. 
William Robinson. 
Isaac Taylor. 
Charles Campbell. 
William Kennedy. 
Samuel Denney. 
Peter Whitacre. 
David Henderson. 
Archibald McCorkill. 
Francis Alexander. 
Zephaniab Davis. 
Robert Gamble . 
Joseph Gladney. 
William Sheerer. 
George Ogilvy. . 
Joseph Dewees. 
Thomas Scott. 
Samuel Neil. 
John Munroe. 
James Johnston. 
Robert Haggerty. 
Jonathan Statker. 
Edward Vernon. 
William Bail. 



John Ash. 
Ebenezer Henry. 
Michael Baldrldge. 
James Witherow. 
Samuel Bishop. 
William lUilston. 
William Neely. 
John Campbell. 
James Clemson. 
Robert Chestnut. 
CJarret Irwin. 
Nathaniel Davis. 
Thomas Willson. 
Nathaniel Maxwell. 
John Fleming. 
Bryan McCune. 
Sampson Bable. 
John Edge. 
Joseph Ash. 
Caleb Way. 
Thomas McGlaughlin. 
Robert Mglaughlan. 
Henry McFall. 
Isaac Miles. 
Robert Jack, 
lames Gregg. 
James Bruce. 
Robert Williams. 
Joseph Shannon. 
Jacob Rush. 
Samuel Ramsay. 
Duncan McCallester. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



817 



Daniel Murphy. 
James Witherow. 
John Witherow. 
Barnabus Kain. 
Barnabus Frazer. 



Samuel Twiner. 
Charles Mcllhaney. 
James Allen. 
George Waddle. 



Fifth company. 



Colo. Patterson Bell. 
James Dunn. 
Archd. Fleming. 
John Smith. 
James Dunlap. 
Robert Heslett. 
Thomas Patterson. 
Eliezer Hamble. 
Gbenezr. Hamble. 
Joseph Brooks. 
John Wallace. 
James Scott. 
Andrew Kirkpatrick. 
James McCurdy. 
Alexr. Dunlap. 
William Boyd. 
John Daniel. 
John Hazlett. 
Andrew Hazlett. 
Ellis Pusey. 
Joshua Pusey. 
David Irwin. 
Robert Campbell. 
Robert McCurdy. 
Joseph Kirkpatrick. 
Samuel Futhey. 
George Gibson. 
Thomas Gibson. 
Samuel Gibson. 
William Bell. 
Robert McCorkill. 
James Cochran.^ 
Robert Cochran. 
Stephen Cochran, Esq. 
William Lyon. 
Joseph Willson. 
Adam Glenning. 

5^-Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



William Stringer. 
James Brown. 
William Hazlett. 
James Graham. 
Richard Adams. 
John Morelan. 
James McCasslan. 
William Rutlidge. 
Robert Burns. 
Robert Orr. 
George McGuire. 
Charles McGlaughlin. 
William Griffith. 
Robert Bell. 
James Gilmore. 
Charles Black. 
James Black. 
John Cross. 
John Service. 
James Craige. 
James Mackey. 
William Caruthers. 
John Caruthers. 
James Steel. 
Andrew Moore. 
David Brooks. 
Robert Gibson. 
Gideon Smith. 
David Longhead. 
John Vogan. 
Francis Ruth. 
Thomas Love. 
Edward Person. 
John Cowdon. 
Robert Cowdon. 
John Cowdon. 
William Buntin. 



818 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



John Hailcott. 
Joseph Cooper. 
Richard Cams. 
John Bruce. 
William Boggs. 
Joseph Boggs. 
James Welsh. 
John Conner. 
James Pinkerton. 
James Vitch. 
Charels Shield. 



Henry Keys. 
Joslah Bailey. 
James French. 
Joel Bailey. 
George Harlan. 
Isaac Bailey. 
Jacob Hays. 
Thomas Donnelly. 
William Davis. 
Aron Baker. 
Mordecai Dougherty. 
Jonathan Chaffant. 
William Lockart. 
George White. 
John Passmore. 
Benjamin Sail. 
Elisha Baily. 
Enoch Spickenian. 
Evan Garret. 
John Holden. 
Elias Mitchel. 
William Hays. 
Joseph Passmore. 
John Pennock. 
Thomas James. 
Joshua Barnnard. 
John Anderson. 
James Butler. 
Nathaniel Hays. 
Jesse Harlan. 
William Nicholson. 
William Pusey. 



David Cochran. 
William Frazer . 
John McClimer. 
James Mcllhaney. 
James Ligget. 
James Smith. 
Joseph Walker. 
Henry Moore. 
John Black. 
Archd. Woodside. 
William Oram. 



Sixth company. 



Silas Harlan. 
Edward Horn. 
Andrew Mitchel. 
Joshua Bailey. 
James Powell. 
Peter Bergandine. 
Thomas Passmore. 
Christopher Rin. 
John Barnard. 
James Campbell. 
Samuel Baker. 
James Hogan. 
Edward Swain. 
James Richardson. 
William Robinson. 
James Brogan. 
Robert Jackson. 
William Hinton. 
William Hanley. 
Isaac Bailey. 
George Taylor. 
Jacob Chandler. 
James McCorkill. 
Amos Bailey. 
Alexander Skilton. 
Henry Bailey. 
Solomon Harlan. 
George Carson. 
Archibald McNeil. 
Nathaniel Gitchell. 
John Donnelly. 
Joseph Pyle. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



819 



Seventh company. 



David Through. 
Thomas Withers. 
Thomas Kain. 
Benjamin Brown. 
Thomas Barrett. 
John Steel. 
Isaac Pyle. 
John Brogan. 
Joseph Pennock, Junr. 
Jonathan Johnston. 
Joseph Pyle, Junr. 
Samuel Withers. 
Samuel House. 
Thomas Preston. 
Israel Pusey. 
William Travalla. 
Samuel Hays. 
Levi Bailey. 
Jonathan Chaffant. 
Elisha Bailey. 
John Pyle. 
Samuel Moore. 
Thomas Swain. 
Samuel Kell. 
Andrew Rice. 
Stephen Els. 
Thomas Dornel. 
George Russel. 

Eighth 

George Gryst. 
Josiah Jackson. 
Charles Budehank. 
John Webb. 
Jacob McFagan. 
George Riddlebaek. 
Daniel Pierce. 
Abraham Keyle. 
Thomas Coile. 
Isaac Bailey. 
Jacob Pyle. 
Caleb Pyle. 
James McGlaughlin. 



Joshua Edwards. 
Jesse Pusey. 
Thomas Hays. 
Thomas Pyle. 
Nathaniel Keach. 
John Butler. 
Caleb Swain. 
Jefcse Swain. 
Caleb Pusey. 
Caleb Bailey. 
Isaac Jackson. 
Roger Mc Bride. 
William Fitsimmonds. 
James Neal. 
William Bailey. 
Caleb Hulford. 
Joel Bailey. 
Joseph Ward. 
John Finney. 
Archibald Stewart. 
John Eldwards. 
William Pennock. 
Henry Chaffand. 
Jonathan Travalla. 
William Wanless. 
Joseph Pyle. 
Benjamin Fea. 
Caleb Jackson, 
company. 

Joshua Echa. 
John Brown. 

• Benjamin Way. 
Eli Bailey. 
Henry Jefferies. 
George Whippo. 
Thomas Jackson. 

* James McMasters. 
David Wlndle. 
Jesse Jackson. 
Nathaniel Bailey. 
Solomon Mercer. 
Abel Wickersham. 



820 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Isaac Woodrow. 
Joel Bailey. 
George Jackson. 
^ Silas Harvey. 
Samuel Bailey. 
David Echo. 
Mordecai Cloud. 
George Suleer. 
Josiah Cloud. 
John Butler. 
Josiah Walker. 
Daniel Mercer. 
Joshua Bailey. 
Joshua Mercer. 
James Vernon. 
Christiana Dollan. 
Jeremiah Fltzpatrick. 
John Tagart. 
Stephen Howell. 
Caleb Johnson. 
Henry Pierce. 
John Parker. 

Total 586. 



Caleb Pennock. 
John McGahan. 
Abner Cloud. 
Hadley Woodward. 
Charles Pierce. 
Josiah Scott 
William Henry. 
Abner Wickersham. 
William Allen. * 
Isaac Pierce. 
Samuel Swain. 
Samuel Gryst. 
Caleb Pusey. 
Solomon Shogan. 
Benjamin Harvey. 
Thomas Woodward. 
James Jefferies. 
William Lawlan. 
James Jackson. 
Moses Windle. 
Nicholas Pusey. 



This Return is as it was made me on Oath. 

ANDW. BOYD, S. L. 
4th May, 1778. 



EIGHTH BATTALION, (a.) 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Matthew Boyd. May 10, 1780 

Major. 
Joseph Speer, May 10. 1780. 



A Return of the Company Officers chosen in the Eighth Bat- 
UHon Chester County Militia for the year 1780. 

First company. 

Captain — William Henry. 
Lieutenant — Adam Camljle. 
Ensign — Samuel Denny. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 821 



Second company. 



Captain— Robert Morrell. 
Lieutenant— Hugh Jordan. 
Ensign— James Armstrong. 

Third company. 

Captain— William Marsh. 
Lieutenant — Andrew Wilson. 
Ensign— Robert McClellan. 

Fourth company. 

Captain — Tristram Moore. 

Fifth company. 

Captain— William Newman. 

Sixth company. 

Captain— John Smith. 
Lieutenant — William Shinger. 
Ensign— Samuel Vogan. 

Seventh company. 

Captain— Robert Cochran. 
Lieutenant — Thomas Gibson. 
Ensign— Ellezer Hamble. 

Eighth company. 

Captain— David Hayes. 
Lieutenant— Adam Cowan. 
Ensign — John Waggoner. 

I do certify that the above Officers were returned to me 
as duly elected according to law. 

ROBERT SMITH. 
Lieutenant C. G. 



822 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



THB CLASSES OF YB 8TH BATTALION 1780. (c.) 

ANDRBW BOYD'S. 



Peter Ball, 
fames Pierce. 
John Davidson. 
Isaac Taylor. 

Wlllm. Kennedy. 
Peter Whlteker. 
Archd. McOurkle. 
John Shearer. 

Ebezr. Pyle. 
George Ogleby. 
James McClery. 
Thos. Shearer. 
Thos. Scott. 



First Ck>mpany. (c.) 
1st Class. 



John Fleming, Senr. 
James Blelock. 
Richard McCormlck. 



2d Class. 



Wlllm. Alenander. 
Jas. Hamilton. 
Jas. McKdlve. 



3d Class. 



Thos. Boyd. 
Saml. Turner. 
Willm. Stephens. 
John Boyd. 
Jacob Miller. 



4th Class. 



James Johnston. 
Edward Vernon. 
William Bail. 
James Wahob. 

James Witherow. 
Samuel Bishop. 
James Ralston. 
William Neely. 

James Hamilton. 
John Campble. 
James Clinson. 
Robert Chestnut. 
Geret Erwin. 
David Henderson. 



Willm. Witherow. 
Pavid Roberts. 
Philip Campble. 

5th Class. 

William Harper. 
William Cox. 
William Adelman. 

6th Class. 

John Witherow. 
Wm. McLaughlin. 
Michael Rinn. 
John Manson. 
Robert Pyle. 






COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



823 



7th Class. 



Thos. Willson. 
Alexr. Davidson. 
John Fleming Junr. 
Bryan McCune. 
Bartht. Cohman. 
Willm. Davidson. 

William Shearer. 
Patrick Shields. 
Caleb Way. 
William Ralston. 
Charles Kinkhead. 
Henry Dickey. 
John Walker. 



James Antrican. 
Thos. McLaughlin. 
Barney Kayn. 
William Wiley. 
Henry Gray. 



8th Class. 



Joshua Stephens. 
Patrick Cochran. 
George Maxton. 
William Ecles. 
Robert Cowan. 
William Willson. 
Patrick Little. 



THE CLASSES OF YE 8TH BATTALION 1780. 



Second Company, (c.) 



James Bennett. 
Jess Marsh. 
Willm. Mode. 
David Powel. 
Patrick McVennen. 

Philip Dougherty. 
James Harvey. 
David Bailey. 
George Chandler. 



1st Class. 

Benjn. Willson. 
John Tilless. 
Jno. Rasin McLaughlin. 
James Hair. 

2d Class. 

Jno. Worth. 
James Corbin. 
Alexr. Peoples. 
John Anderson. 



John Currey. 
John Dougharty. 
David McKim. 
Isaiah Scott. 



3d Class. 



Robert Young. 
Joseph Powell. 
Jno. Wiley. 



S24 



A8S0CIAT0RS AND MILITIA. 



4th Class. 



Robert Fillson. 
Thos. Heslep. 
Jacob Thomas. 
Jno. Armstrong. 
Robert Davis. 

Henry Meteer. 
Thonlas Chaffant. 
George McKorkle. 
John Hannah. 



Caleb Phipps. 
Robert Bennett. 
John Boyd. 
James Steen. 
John Elliot. 
Saml. Young. 

James Grant. 
Robert Bentley. 
John Powell. 
Robt. Arthurs. 
John Fillson, Junr. 

William Harlin. 
Patrick Carson. 
William Truman. 
Robert Bell. 



Jno. McMahen. 
Thos. Conner. 
Jno. Bennett. 
Thos. Morrison. 



5th Class. 



Jno. Stoops. 
Richard Taylor. 
James Hamilton. 
Jno. Oliphant. 



6th Ciass. 



Archd. Kilflllin. 
Anthony Comwel. 
Garret Garvode. 
William Rankin. 
William Scott. 



7th Class. 



Willm. Charters. 
Abram. Wolfington. 
Jno. Filson. Senr. 
Saml. White. 



8th Ciass. 



Obed. Moorhead. 
Robert McPherson. 
William Burges. 
Jesse Harlan. 



THE CLASSES OF YE 8TH BATTALION 1780. 

(c.) 



Third Company. 
1st Class. 



Thos. Truman. 

Saml. McClellan, Senr. 

James Bailey. 



George Boyd. 
Robt. McCelvey. 
William McNice. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



825 



2d Class. 



William Plnun. 
John Moore, Junr. 
John Crow. 
Wm. Marsh. 
Henry Marsh. 
Saml. Wright. 



Joseph Evans. 

Alexr. McPherson. 

Thos. McPherson. 

John Sloan. 

Jas. McClellan, Rot. Son. 

John McPherson. 



Mincher Williams. 
Edward Webb. 
Patrick Doughtey. 



3d Class. 



Jas. McClellan, 3rd serjt. 
Jonas Chemberlain. 
Thos. Holloway. 



Jon. Powell. 
John Shannon. 
George Miller. 



4th Class. 



Jas. Marsh. 
Francis Hindman. 
Charles Shaw. 



Joseph Powell. 
Andrew Stuart. 
Joseph Williams. 
Robt. McNutt. 



5th Class. 



Jas. Dunlap, 2d serJt. 
Jon. Herkins. 
Patrick Smith. 
Jno. McClellan. 



Jon. Wilkins. 
James Moore. 
James Boyd. 



6th Class. 



Thos. David. 
Henry McClellan. 
Willm. Miller. 



7th Class. 



James Bulla. 
Amos Williams. 
William Brice. 
John Truman. 
Andrew Moore. 
James Banks. 



Joseph Echs. 
James WiUson. 
Joseph Sharp. 
Septimus Coats. 
Jacob Enox. 
Daniel McConohey. 



Willm. Wilkin. 
Joseph William, Junr. 



8th Class. 



Gravner Marsh. 
James Williams. 



826 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



John Henry. 
Jas. Kirkpatrick. 
Adam Boyd. 
Francies Peoples. 



Patrick Harvey. 
John McLaughlin. 
James Brown. 



THE CLASSES OF YE 8TH BATTAUON 1780. 



Fourth Company, (c.) 



1st Class. 



William Penock. 

Joel Bailey. 

George Harlin. 

Jno. Steel. 

Caleb Pile. 

Isaac Bailey, farmer. 



Saml. Moore. 
Josiah Bailey. 
Joseph Pyle. 
Saml. House. 
Caleb Holford. 
William Davis. 



Jno. Pennock. 
George Mitchell. 
Jacob Chalfant. 
Nathan Hayes. 



2d Class. 



James Harlen. 
Joseph McMim. 
John Harlin. 
Abram Hays. 



Jeremiah Barnard. 
Isaac Bailey, Guns. 
Jacob Chandler. 
Joshua Edwards. 



3d Class. 



George Taylor. 
Philip Otley. 
Alexr. Skllton. 
Stephen Chandler. 



Aaron Baker. 
Jonath'n Chalfant. 
William Lockart. 
Jno. Passamore. 



William Bailey. 
Silas Harlen. 



4th Class. 



Jonath'n Travells. 
John Derham. 
Joshua Bearnard. 



5tb Class. 



George Goodatle. 
Andrew Mitchell. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



827 



Joshua Bailey. 
James Powell. 
Thos. Pasmore. 



James Farren. 
Will'm Trevello. 
Thos. Barret't. 



6th Class. 



Joseph Pennock. 
Amos. Bailey. 
Henry Bailey. 
Solomon Harlen. 
Arch a McNail. 



John Donnelly. 
Charles Morgan. 
George Hartman. 
Thos. Pyle. 
Benjamin Brown. 



7th Class. 



Elisha Bailey. 
Joseph Pasmore. 
William Winlass. 
James Hannum. 
Jno. Pyle. 



Jon. Tonney. 
Aaron Clayton. 
Jonathan Harlen. 
William McNeal. 
Edward Sweny. 



8th Class. 



Christ'n Reex. 
John Barnerd. 
James Campbell. 
Sam'l Balker. 
William Forsyth. 



Thomas Jones. 
Aaron Chalfant. 
Richard Mc(omitted). 
Stephen Harlan. 
Hector McNail. 



THE CLASSES OF YE 8TH BATTAUON 1780. 



Fifth Company, (c.) 



1st Class. 



Caleb Pyle. 
Jesse Swain. 
John Steel. 
James Jeffries. 
Caleb Pierce. 
Benjn. Way. 



Jno. Taggart. 

Amos Hawkins. 

Caleb Johnston. 

Silas Harry. 

Chandler at Zeb. Webbs. 

Abner Cloud. 



828 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



2d Class. 



Alexr. Wright. 
James Moody. 
David Echoff. 
Abel Wikersham. 
Natha Allen. 
William Lollar. 
Enoch Wikersham. 
Isaac Johnston. 



J no. Parker. 
Caleb Johnston. 
Henry Jeffries. 
Jno. Brown. 
George Solsor. 
Ezekial Bowring. 
Abner Merscer. 
Solomon Merscer. 



3d Class. 



Hugh Tanner. 
John Taylor. 
James Faggin. 
Andw. Folker. 
Moses Pennock. 
Samuel Finch. 
Isaac Wood row. 

Thomas Hall. 
John Marshall. 
Joshua Cloud. 
Sampson Wickersham. 
Isaac Bailey, Senr. 
Edward McCray. 
Isaac Bailey, Junr. 
Joshua Bailey. 

Sam'l Hays. 
Thomas Edwards. 
Dutch Philip. 
Aquila Jones. 
Thomas Jones. 
Andrew Kell. 
Job Bailey. 
Joseph Jones. 



Jesse Jackson. 
Samuel Pennock. 
Joshua Pennock. 
William Tagort. 
Caleb Pennock. 
George Martin. 



4th Class. 



William Windle. 
Moses Windle. 
David Windle. 
Mordica Vernon. 
Jas. Vernon. 
Jno. Jackson, Junr. 
Thos. Jackson. 



5th Class. 



Amor Moore. 
Thos. Chiney. 
George Jackson. 
Joseph Walker. 
John Frazer. 
Caleb Jackson. 
Joseph Pyle. 
Thomas Hays. 



Joel Bailey. 
John Bailey. 
Thomas Chalfant. 



6th Class. 



Mordicai Cloud. 
Thomas Cloyd. 
Thomas Henry. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



829 



Aner. Nickersham. 
Solomon Scogring. 
David Pusey. 
Jno. Walker. 
Alexr. Dawson. 
William Willson, Mas. 

John McGahan. 

Jacob Botler. 

Jesse Swayne. 

ino's Woodward, Junr. 



Tho's Woodward. 
Tho's Jackson. 
George Falker. 
Eli Bailey. 
Caleb Woodard. 
Thos. Dornal. 
George Carion. 
Caleb Swain. 
Caleb Bailey. 
Henry Chalfant. 
Aaron Carritong. 
Levi Woodard. 
Thomas Preston. 
Jesse Pusey. 



John Finney. 

Isaac Colbert. 

William Reed. 

George Wipps. 

Rob't Barkley alias Magee. 

7th Class. 

Sam'l Swane. 
Sam'l Clark. 
Caleb Pusey. 
Jacob Swane, S. M. 



8th Class. 



:'^-^ 



Jeremiah at Caleb Bailey's. 

William Miller. 

Samuels Withers. 

John Brogan. 

Rodger McBride. 

Nathaniel Keech. 

William Wanlesa. 

Jacob Pyle Taylor. 

Abner Pyle. 

Je£ferls Weaver. 

John Willson, Junr. 

Moses Edwards. 

Nail at John Marshall's. 



THE CLASSES OF YE 8TH BATTALION. 1780. 



SIXTH COMPANY, (c.) 



Gideon Smith. 
James Brown. 

James McCormick. 
John Metlam. 
John Fullerton. 
George Robison. 
Edward Relly. 



1st Class. 

John Brown. 

2d Class. 

John Cowden. 

Wm. Caruthers, sergt. 
David Brooks, sergt. 



8S0 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Andw'r Moore. 
Job Cooper. 

Arthur Park. 



8d Class. 

Jno. Park. 

4th Class. 

Thos. Patterson Clerk. 



Jno. Vogan. 
Robt. Orr. 
James Pinkerton. 
Willm. Phresure. 



6th Class. 



Francis Ruth. 
John Campble. 
James Miller. 
John Miller. 



John Camthers. 
Willm. Murry. 
John Irwin, Jur. 
Wm. McElheney. 



6th Class. 



John Thompson. 
Henry Toung. 
John Moore, Senr. 
John Stringer. 



John Bruce. 
Charles Shield. 
Willm. Bunting. 
John McClemonts. 



7th Class. 



Edward Boyle. 
Robert McElheney. 
Hugh Fitzsimons. 
John Glendening. 



David Conner. 
Tobias Shields. 
Jno. Moreland. 



8tn Class. 



Patters'n Bell, Esqr. 
Robert Lee. 
Robert Gray. 



THE CLASSES OF YE 8TH BATTALION, 1780. 



SEVENTH COMPANY, (c.) 



Joseph Boggs. 
Willm. Griffith. 



1st Class. 

Willm. Robison. 



Alex'r Dunlap. 
Robt. Burns. 
Oliver Dornan. 
John Daniel. 
James Bell. 
Elisha Hamell. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 

2d Class. 

Andrew Daniel. 
James Smith. 
Andw. Kirkpatrick. 

Ebenez'r Hamel, sergt. 
Jno. Wallace, sergt. 



.831 



Jas. Grahams. 
Jas. Black. 
Adm. Glendening. 



Elis Pusey. 
James Cochran. 
Luke Scott. 



3d Class. 



James McNight. 
Willm. Stuart. 



4th Class. 



Neezebets Lockart. 
John Black. 



Joseph Willson. 



5th Class. 

Willm. Townsend. 



Thos. Love. 
Jno. Cross. 
Edward Ferran, 
Elis Liley. 



William Boyd. 
Stephen Cochran. 
Saml. Gibson. 



6th Class. 

Robert Campble. 

Jo'n Wallace, Serjant. 

7th Class. 

James Steel. 
Richard Adams. 
Joseph Keyl. 



James Cochran. 
George Cochran. 
George Gibson. 
Willm. Heslet. 
Joshua Pusey. 



8th Clasa 



John Cochran. 
Jno. Webb. 
Saml. Richardson. 
Hugh Cample. 



F32. 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



THE CLASSES OF YE 8TH BATTALION, 1780. 



EIGHTH COMPANY, (c.) 



1st Class. 



Peter Mahollen. 
Robert Hoyt. 
Joseph Cox. 
James Adair. 
John Graham. 



Thos. I^e. 
Conner Cronley. 
Jno. Hill. 



Peter McGolrick. 
Robert Potts. 
Wm. McClellan. 
Zephaniah Davis. 

David Cowan. 
Andrew Jack. 
Jam's Cowan. 



Arthur O'Neal. 
Jesse McLaughlin. 
Jas. Keys. 



Joseph Wallace. 
Andw. Houston. 
Willm. Morrow. 
Joseph Perkison. 



2d Class. 



George Lee. 
John Skeyls. 



3d Class. 



James Kelly. 
John Clark. 
Ralph Atkeson. 



4th Class. 



Thos. Morrow. 
Jam's Greer. 



5th Class. 



John Cox. 

James McClellan. 

Jno. Cooper (Drummer). 



6th Class. 



Jon Armstrong. 
John Willson. 
Robert Kelly. 
Septemus Coats. 

Willm. Skeyls. 
John Galaker. 
James Maguire. 



William Wallace. 
Walter Clark. 
Jam's Skeyls. 



7th Class. 



William McCobe. 
Jno. Boggs. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



833 



8th Class. 



Rich'd Handcock. 
Isaac McDill. 
William Keys. 
John Kinkead. 



James Bruce. 
George Bums. 
Hugh Woods. 
John Hoyt. 



We the subscribers do allow the classes of our Respective 
companies to be justly entred in this General Returns given 
UDder our hands 20th June, 1780. 

WILLIAM MARSH, Capt. 

JOHN SMITH. Capt. 

TRISTRIM MOORE, Capt. 

WM. HENRY, Capt. 

DAVID HAYES. Capt. 

WILLIAM NEWMAN. Capt. 

ROBERT COHRAN, Capt. 



k RETURN OF THE COMPANY OFFICERS CHOSEN IN 
THE EIGHTH BATTALION CHESTER COUNTY MIUTIA 
FOR THE YEAR 1780. (c.) 



First Company. 
Capt. William Henry, elected. 
Lieut. Adam Gamble, elected. 
Ensign Samuel Denny, elected. 

Second Comp'y. 
Capt. Robert Morrell, elected. 
Lieut. Hugh Jordan, elected. 
Ensign James Armstrong, elected. 

Third Comp'y. 
Capt. William Mc^rsh, elected. 
Lieut. Andrew Wilson, elected. 
Ensign Robert McClellan, elected. 



Fourth Comp'y. 
Capt. Tristram Moore, elected. 

Lieut. , not elected. 

Ensign , not elected. 

53— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



834 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Fifth Comp'y. 

Capt. William Newnar, no election. 

Lieut. , no election. 

E^nsign , no election. 

Sixth Compy. 

Capt. John Smith, elected. 
Lieut. William Shinger, elected. 
Ensign Samuel Vogon, elected. 

Seventh Compy. 

Capt. Robert Cochran, elected. 
Lieut. Thomas Gibson, elected. 
Ensign Eliezer Hamble, elected. 

Eighth Compy. 

Capt. David Hayes, elected. 
Lieut. Adam Cowan, elected. 
E^nsign John Waggoner, elected. 

I do certify that the above officers were returned to me 
as duly elected according to law. 

ROBERT SMITH, Lt. C. C. 



k RETURN OF THE 4 LAST CLASSES IN THE 8TH 
BATTALION OF CHESTER COUNTY MIUTIA COMMAND- 
ED BY COL. MATTH'W BOYD WHO ARE ORDERED ON 
A TOUR OF DUTY IMMEADIATELY 24TH SEPT., 178L 
(C.) 



Capt Henrys Company, (c.) 
(6 Class). 



John Cample. 
Isaac Clemson. 
Robert Chesnut. 
Garrett Erwin. 
David Henderson. 



John Withrow. 
William McLaughlin. 
Henry Gray. 
John Willson. 
William Jones. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



886 



(Class 7). 



Alexr. Davidson. 
John Fleming, Jr. 
Bryan McCune. 
James Antream. 

William Sheerer. 
Patrick Sheilds. 
Caleb Way. 
Charles Kinkead. 
Joshua Stephens. 
Patrick Cochran. 

Peter Babb. 
John Davidson. 
Isaac Tayler. 
John Fleming, Senr. 
James Blclock. 



Bamy Cain. 
William Willey. 
Thomas Richardson. 



(Class 8th). 



George Maxton. 
William Eachus. 
Bartholomew Coleman. 
Henry Hannah. 
John Chrucher. 



(Ist Class). 



Ezekiel Heary. 
Hugh Jordan. 
Jesse Pierce. 
James Lovdon. 
Saml. Wilson. 



Capt. Morrells Compy. (c.) 



(1 Class). 



Jesse March. 
William Mode. 
David Powel. 
Patrick McVenuen. 

Caleb Phipps. 
Robert Bennett. 
John Boyd. 
James Steen. 



Benjn. Wilson. 
John Tillis. 
James Hair. 



(6 Class). 



John Elliott. 
Archibald Hillflllen. 
Anthony Corn well. 
Jesse Bently. 



Robert Bently. 
John Bowel. 
Robert Arthurs. 
John Filson, Junr. 



(7 Class). 



William Charters. 
Abraham Wolfington. 
John Filson, Senr. 
Charles McCally. 



886 



AS80CIAT0R8 AND HIUTIA. 
(8 Class). 



WiUiam Harlliu 
Patrick Carson. 
William Traman. 
Robert BelL 



Obediah MooreheacL 
Jesse Harlin. 
William Toung. 
Michael McCray. * 



John Wilkin. 
James Moore. 
Saml. Boyd. 



CtLpL Marahes Compy. (c) 

(6 Class). 

Henry McLelland. 
William Miller. 
John Cross. 



(7 Class). 



James Bulla. 
Amos Williams. 
William Bruce. 
John Truman. 
Andrew Moore. 
James Bank. 



James Willson. 
Joseph Sharp. 
Sept emus Coats. 
Jacob Enox. 
Daniel McConaughy. 
James Rudon. 



(8 Class). 



William Wilkin. 

Joseph Williams, (W. son). 

Grayner Marsh. 

John Henry. 

Patrick Harvy. 

James Kirkpatrick. 

Adam Boyd. 

Francis Peoples. 



John Boyd. 
John Adams. 
Wallace Boyd. 
Joseph Park. 
Andrew Boyd. 
Wm. Ewing. 
Saml. Richeson. 
James Williamson. 



Thomas Truman. 
Saml. McCleland. 
James Bailey. 
George Boyd. 



(1st Class). 



Robert McCelvy. 
Hugh Passmire. 
William McClure. 
James Smith. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



887 



Capt Trisbram Moore Co. (c). 



Joeiah Bailey. 
George Harland. 
Joeiab Bailey. 

Peter Mulbery. 
Joseph Pennook. 
John Donaly. 
Amos Bailey. 
Henry Baily. 



(1 Class). 



Joel Bailey. 
Joseph Pyle, Jiinr. 



(8 Class). 



Charles Morgan. 
George Hartman. 
Thomas Pyle. 
Benjn. Brown. 
Abraham Roman. 



Elisha Bailey. 
William Wandlass. 
William McVeil. 

Thomas Jones. 
Christopher Reiz. 
John Dougherd. 
John Barnard. 



(7 Class). 



Robert Cochran. 
Joseph Baker. 



(8 Class). 



Saml. Baker. 
Peter Baker. 
Thomas Baily. 
James Bennet. 



John Armstrong. 
John Willson. 
Robert Helly. 
John Kettleton. 



Capt. Hayses Company, (c.) 

(8 Class). 

Septemus Coates. 
William Wallace. 
Walter Cleark. 
James Skiles. 



John Gacher. 
James Gibb. 
William McCabe. 



William Hayes. 
John Kinkead. 
James Bmce. 



(7 Class). 

Thomas Pain. 
John Boggs. 
James Maguire. 

(8 Class). 

Hugh Woods. 
Georg Bums. 
John Hackett. 



838 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 
(l8t Class). 



Robert Night. 
Joseph Cowan. 
James Dair. 
Joha Graham. 
Joseph Wallace. 
Andw. Huston. 



Gilbert Gibbs. 

William Morrow. 

Joseph ParksoD. 

John Lee. 

Waggoner near the compaes. 



Capt Cochrans Compy. (c.) 



Joseph Kile. 
Thomas Love. 
John Cross. 

William Boyd. 
James Steel. 
Richard Adams. 
Saml. Cochran. 

James McCashland. 
George Gibson. 
William Heslet. 
Joshua Pusey. 

Joseph Boggs. 
Wm. Griffiths. 
Wm. Thompson. 



(6 Class). 



Edward Farron. 
Ellis Lilly. 



(7 Class). 



James Copland. 
Robert Lee. 
Hugh Campble. 



(8th Class). 



John Cochran. 
John Webb. 
Saml. Futhey. 



(1st Class). 



Wm. Robinson. 
John McNight. 
Saml. Young. 



Capt. Smiths Compy. (c.) 



Henry Young. 
William Murrey. 
Robert McElheney. 
David Brooks. 
John Arnolds. 
Tobias Sheilds. 



Charles Shalds. 
David Conor. 
John McClemont 
John Moor, senr. 
John Erwin. 
John Stringer. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



889 



A RETURN OP CAPT. ROBT. COCHRAN'S COMPANY THAT 
DID MARCH IN THE YEAR 1781. (c.) 



Robt. Cochran, Capt. 

Adam Cowan, Lieut. 

Wm. Carithers, Ensign. 



Privates. 



Thomas Love. 
Wm. Thompson. 
Saml. Cochran. 
Wm. Robertson. 
Wm. Bunten. 
Jas. Coapland. 
Rob't Lee. 
Jas. McCausland. 
Andrew Jack. 
Jas. McWilliams. 
Richard Adams. 
Wallace Boyd. 
Jno. Boyd. 
Hugh Campbell. 
Wm. Griffith. 
Jas. Division. 
Rob't Arters. 
Charles Margan. 
Wm. McNeal. 
Thos. Richardson. 
Jesse Pierce. 
Jas. Hamilton. 
Patk. Cochran. 
Wm. Charton. 
Wm. Case. 
Wm. Morrow. 
Jno. Cross. 
Jno. Gallehor. 



Joseph Shannon. 
Edw'd Deveny. 
Joseph Cowan. 
Jno. McNight. 
Robt. Kelvy. 
Jas. Blellock. 
Jno. Heny. 
Danl. McConehy. 
Jessy Marsh. 
Thos. Thompson. 
Patk. Hall. 
Saml. Young. 
Thoe. Jones. 
Wm. Willes. 
Joseph Keyle. 
Jas. Martin. 
Jas. Steen. 
Jno. Young. 
Joseph Boggs. 
Jas. Steel. 
Adam Boyd. 
Jas. Hamilton. 
Jno. Bruce. 
Arch'd GilflUon. 
Abraham Wilfington. 
Jacob Enecks. 
Joshua Stephens. 



I do hereby certify that this is a true Return of the m^ 
that march'd with me in the year 1781. 

ROBT. COCHRAN, Capt. 



840 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



CAPTAIN WILLIAM MARSHES FOUR CLASSES THAT WAS 
TO MARCH IN THE YEAR 1781. (c.) 



Jno. Wilkin. 
James Moore. 
Samuel Boyd. 

James Bulla. 
Amous Williams. 
William Bruce. 
John Trueman. 
Andrew Moore. 
James Bank. 



6 Class. 

Henry McClellan. 
William Miller. 
John Cross. 

7th Class. 

James Wilson. 
Joseph Sharp. 
Septemus Coats. 
Jacob Enos. 
Daniel McConehy. 
James Ruden. 



8th Class. 
William Wilkin. John Boyd. 

Joseph Williams, widow's son. Jno. Adams. 
Gravner March. Wolles Boyd. 

Jno. Henry. Joseph Park. 

Patrick Harvy. Andrew Boyd. 

James Kurkpatrick. William Ewin. 

Adam Boyd. Samuel Ritchson. 

Frances People. James Williams. 



Thomas Truman. 
Samuel McClellen, Sr. 
James Bayley. 
George Boyd. 



1 Class. 

Robert McElvy. 
Hugh Larmer. 
William McLure. 

CAPT. WILLIAM MARCH. 
4 Marching Classes. 



A CLASS ROLL FOR THE YEAR 1781 BY ME, ROB'T, 
MORRELL CAPTN. (c.) 



No. 1. 



Jesse Marsh. 
William Mode. 
David Powell. 
Patrick McVennen. 



Benjamin Wilson. 
John Tillis. 
James Hair. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



841 



Calleb Phlps. 
Robert Bennet. 
John Boyd. 
James Steen. 



No. 6th. 



John Elliot, 
Archibald Kilfllleo. 
Anthony Comwell. 
Jesse Bentley. 



Robt. Bentley. 
John Powell. 
Robt. Arthers. 
John Pilson, Jun'r. 



No. 7. 



William Charters. 
Abraham Wolfington. 
John Filson, Senr. 
Charlse McCalley. 



William Harlin. 
Pattrick Carson. 
Will'm Truman. 
Robert Bell. 



No. 8. 



Obediah Moorhead. 
Jesse Harlin. 
William Touns: 
Michal McCray. 



CAPT'N MOORE CLASS ROLL FOR THE YEAR 178. (c.) 



1st Class. 



Josiah Bealy. 
George Harland. 
Josiah Bealy. 



Peter MuUbery. 
Joseph Pennock. 
John Danoly. 
Amos Bailey. 
Henry Bailey. 



Joel Bealy. 
Joseph Pile, Junier. 



6 Class. 



Charles Morgan. 

George Hartman, sick. - 

Thomas Pile. 

Benjn. Brown out of the port 

Abraham Romande. 



Elish Bailey. 
William Wondles. 
William McNeal. 



7 Class. 



Robert Cochron. 
Joseph Baker. 



842 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Thomas Joans. 
Crist Ricks. 
John Daugherd. 
Jno. Barnard. 



8 Claat. 



Samuel Baker. 
Peter Baker. 
Thomas Bailey. 
James Bennet. 



A Class Roll bj 
CAPTAIN TRISTRAM MOORB. 



CAPTAINS 
FIRST TO EIGHTH BATTAUONS. 



Thomas Carpenter. 
Joseph Mendenhall. 
William Whiteside. 
Joseph Leckj. 
Hugh Reed. 
John Boyd. 
John Bryan. 
David Curry. 
Robert Curry. 
Thomas Taylor. 
Joseph Johnston. 
Sampson Johnston. 
Jonathan Rowland. 
Evan Anderson. 
William Harris. 
Isaac Thomas. 
Alexander Lockhart. 
John Craig. 
Thomas Levis. 
John Flower. 
Jonathan Vernon. 
John Ldndsay. 
Edward Vernon. 
John Potts. 
Mordecai Morgan. 
Joseph Boggs. 



Captains, (a.) 



John Fleming. 
Michael Sjrpher. 
Thomas Wilson. 
John Hiester. 
James Boylan. 
Robert Morrell. 
Israel Moore. 
Abraham Smith. 
Stephen Cochran. 
Thomas Henry. 
William Marsh. 
James McCloskey. 
John Quin. 
William Kirk. 
William Price. 
Hezekiah Kemp. 

Pierce. 

John Huston. 
James Dunn. 
Isaac Allen. 
John Graham. 
David Denny. 
Henry Barker. 
James Kelton. 
William Scott. 
Abraham Beatty. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



843 



William Griffith. 
William Cftrlile, Jr. 

Hollman. 

Beojamin Brumback. 
Edwin Parker. 
John Snyder. 
Isaac Eyre. 
John Cummings. 
Samuel Junkens. 
John Kincaid. 
John Crosby. 



David Hays. 
John Williamson. 
Ephraim Blackburn. 

Colby. 

John Ramsay. 
John McKee. 
James Fulton. 
Thomas Evans. 
Joseph Black. 
James Ramage. 
Richard Strode. 



EIGHTH BATTAUON. (a.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Joseph Spear. 

Major. 

John Boyd. 

Number of Men, 570. 



CHESTER COUNTY BATTALION, (a.) 
[Most of this Battalion were taken prisoners at Fort Wash- 
ington, but as will be seen, we have only a partial roll of one 
company.] 



Joseph Gardner. 
Samuel Wallace. 
Samuel Culbinson. 
James Boylan. 
John McDowell. 
James McClure. 



Colonel. 
William Montgomery. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Thomas Bull. 

Captains. 

John Shaw, resigned. 
Matthew Boyd. 
John Beaton. 

William Price, in place of Capt. 
Shaw. 



844 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



First Lrleutenants. 



William Henry. 
Andrew Dunwoody. 
Thomas Henry. 
Benjamin Culbertsoo. 
Samuel Lindsay. 

Robert Filson. 
William Lockard. 
Thomas Davis. 
Samuel Hamill. 
Jeremiah Cloud. 

William Cunningham. 
John Grardtrensher. 
John Filson. 
Andrew Curry. 



John Simth. 
Allen Cunningham. 
Joseph Strawbridge. 
Joseph Bartholomew. 



Second Ldeutenants. 



William Anderson. 
Joseph Wherry. 
David Curry. 
Alexander McCarragher. 



Ensigns. 



Thomas James. 
Lazarus Finney. 
Archibald Dysart 
John Llewellyn. 



CAPTAIN McCLURE'S COMPANY. 



Pay Roll of the Prisoners of Capt. James McClure's company. 
Col. William Montgomery's Regt. of the Flying Camp, in 
the State of Pennsylvania, taken at Fort Washington. 



James McClure. 



John Smith. 



William Anderson. 



Captain. 



First Lieutenant 



Second Lieutenant 



Sergeants. 

John G. Rencher, ex. January 3, 1777. 
William Kennedy, ex. January 3, 1777. 
Robert Campbell, ex. January S, 1777. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 845 



Corporals. 
Andrew Campbell, died January 3, 1777. 
John Shields, ex. January 8, 1777. 

Drummer. 
Dennis McFall, ex. January 3, 1777. 

Privates. 

Peter Gill Hand, ex. January 3, 1777. 
William Darlington, ex. January 3, 1777. 
Andrew Forbes, ex. January 3, 1777. 
Isaac Graham, ex. January 3, 1777. 
Daniel Henderson, ex. January 3, 1777. 
William Cameron, ex. January 3, 1777. 
John Brown, ex. January 3, 1777. 
John Dunwoody, ex. January 3, 1777. 
Isaac McCalmont, ex. May 22, 1777. 
Edward EIrwin. 

Thomas McCombs, ex. January 3, 1777. 
James Lewis, ex. January 25, 1777. 
David Evans. 

Matthew Brown, died December 29, 1777. 
Daniel Murphy, ex. January 3, 1777. 
William Allen, ex. January 3, 1777. 
John Rodgers, ex. January 3, 1777. 
Thomas Brooks, ex. January 3, 1777. 
George Dorland, ex. January 3, 1777. 
John McCuUough, ex. January 3, 1777. 
Dennis Killin, ex. January 3, 1777. 
William Dunwoody, ex. January 3, 1777. 
Neal McMuUen, ex. January 3, 1777. 
James Liggat, ex. January 3, 1777. 
James Stewart, ex. January 29, 1777. 
David Kerr, ex. January 3, 1777. 
William Phillips. 



List of part of Captain McClure's Company, paid by Col. 

Montgomery. 
Samuel Smith. James Cass. 

John Moore. John Lusk. 

John Meach. Samuel Craig. 

John Cumings. Charles Wray, 



846 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA, 



James Kibbins. 
James Allen. 
George McKinley. 
James Roberts. 
Barney Hanley. 
James Starret. 
William Steel. 
William Lockard. 



Hugh Walker. 
Samuel Weare. 
William Cunningham. 
Daniel Smith. 
John Thompson. 
Peter Fleming. 
Joseph Dongan. 
Sampson Dempsey. 
Daniel Hamel. 

I do hereby Certify that Capt. James McClure, belonging to 
Coin. William Montgomery's Battalion of the flying Camp 
Drew Pay for this Company till the 27th Day of September, 
1776, & X>rew no Pay after the above date till He was taken 
Prisoner at Fort Washington, Novr. 16th, 1776. 

THOS. BULL, Lt Col. Comandt. 

June 25th, 1781. 



This is to certify that we the subscribers, have volontarelv 
engaged with Andw. Boyd Sub. Lieut, of Chester County to 
serve as substitutes in the malatia, for the term of two 
months from the date hereof, without sooner discharged, for 
and in consideration for sd. service of two months, the sd. 
Andrw. Boyd hath payd each and every one of us the sum of 
twenty-five pounds the receipt of which we do acknowledge, 
witness our hands this 18th Day of June 1777. (c.) 



his 
JOHN X McLAUGHAN. 

mark 
SQUIER CALWBLL. 
JOSEPH REFORD. 
JOHN WALLACK 

his 
CHARLES CHR. WOLLACE. 

mark 
DUNCAN MORRISON. 
ANDREW JACK. 
CHARLIS MCELHENBY. 
JOHANNES KIFFER. 
JEORGE STUENGER. 
ROBERT GIBSON. 

his 
PATRK. X CROSS, 
mark 



ROBERT BELL. 

his 
JNO. X HOGONS. 

mark 
JAMES MEAKHIN. 

his 
JAMES X KAIGHT. 

mark 
JAMES HOGAN 

his 
DENNIS X CORREL. 

mark 
WILUAM ORRAM. 
WILLIAM LYONS. 
PETR. McCARTY. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 847 

(c.) Reed, of And. Boyd Nineteen pounds on account of 
Substetute Money, And for a note which I have from ye sd 
Boyd which I declare voyd To Me. 

30th Sept. 1777. 

ROBERT BBNTLBY. 



Reed. 29th Sept. 1777 of Andw. Boyd twenty five pounds in 
full for Substetute money. 

HUGH CIMMINS. 



Received this 25th August 1777 of Andw. Boyd Sub. Lieut 
of C. C. twente five pounds for which I am to Serve as a 
substitute for the term of two months as witness my hand. 

JOHN McCLYMOND. 



Reed. 22d August 1777 of Andw. Boyd twelve Dollars in part 
of Substitute Money. 

PETER McGOBREK. 



June 25th 1777. Rec'd of Thos. Boyd, the full sum of 
twenty five pounds for which sum I do Ingage to serve two 
months as a substitute in the first or second class of the 
Chester County Militia, now at Camp, as witness my Hand. 

BBENESER HENRY. 



Reed this 6th August 1777 of Andw. Boyd Sub. Lieut C. C. 
twenty five pounds for which I am to Serve two Months as a 
substitute in the Militia. 

hU 
WILLIAM X JACK, 
mark 



Reed, this 6th August 1777 of Andw. Boyd Sub. Lieut. C. C. 
£25 for which I am to serve two months as a Substitute in 
the Militia. 

JOSEPH MAGAHAN 



848 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Reed. 27th Sept 1777 of Andw. 
full for serveing as a Substitute. 



Boyd Twenty five pounds in 

his 
ARCHID. X STEWART, 
mark 



Reed. October 25lh 1779 of Robert Smith Lieut, of Chester 
County Twenty pounds five Shillings being part Bounty for 
Serving two Months in the Militia now Calld. into Service. 

THOS. STEEL. • 



(c.) Received the 5th of Novm. 1777 of Andrew Boyd Seven 
pounds in full of Twenty five pound for serving two' months 
in the 2d Class. 

his 
JAS. X BANKS, 
mark 



2ND COMPANY EDGEMONT CHESTER COUNTY MILI- 
TIA 1780. (c.) 



Jonathan Howard. 
Robert Green. 
Joseph Pratt. 
Nehamiah Beaker. 
Cadwollit Evins. 

Lawrence Conly. 
William Fraim. 
Daniel RIgly. 
Daniel Calvert. 
George Green. 

David Howard. 
William Pritchard. 
Samuel Lewis. 
John Sill. 
Aber Green. 



1st Class. 

Abraham Lewis. 
Nicolus Woolls. 
Edward Russel. 
Thomas Beaker. 

2nd Class. 

Daniel Regester. 
Joseph Griffith. 
John Meredith. 
William Simpson. 

3d Class. 

Isaac Worrell. 
Zekiel Yarnell. 
Abraham Hoops. 
Benjamin Hoist on. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



849 



Joseph Beaker. 
Joseph Beaker. 
Josua Yamell. 
Rltchard Baker. 
Aron Beaker. 



4th Class. 

Abraham Fair. 
William Yarnell. 
Benjamin Hoops. 
David Howard. 



Daniel Megown. 
Daniel Regester, Junr. 
Isaac Howell. 
Joseph Black. 
Edward Sill. 

Thomas Pritchard. 
Thomas E^vin8. 
Ritchard Howell. 
Joseph Meredith. 
Joseph Robins. 

Nathan Esry. 
Samuel McNesp. 
Peter Brenard. 
Jonathan Hunter. 
Thomas Fraim. 

John Pinter. 
Joseph Bishop. 
William Russel. 
James Sill. 
Robert Thompson. 
Signed 

In the room of 
MORDICA MACEY. 



5th Class. 

James Howard. 

Nathan Baker. 

Joseph Robins. 

Joseph Thomai. 

John Harrison. 
6th Class. 

Frances Wisely. 

Nethenial Mercer. 

Ely Yarnell. 

Calip Yarnell. 

7 Class. 

Josiah Lewis, Junr. 
Ritchard Taylor. 
Thomas Pratt. 
Thomas Minshel. 

S Class. 

Joal Yarnell. 
Colins McCleaster. 
William Regester. 
Edward Gill. 



WM. SIMPSON, Ensign. 



64— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



850 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



EAST BRADFORD RETURN OP THE MILITIA CLlASS'D 
FOR 1780. (c.) 



Abel Otley. 
Joshua Hoops. 
Joseph Cope. 
Samuel Entrikln. 
Benjamin Powell. 
James Painter. 
Griffith Roberts. 
William Taylor. 



Class l8t 

William Yarnall. 
John Robinson. 
Charles Wollerton. 
Henry Fossett 
John Kirgen. 
Lewis Jones. 
Percifor Power. 
Marmaduke Wivel. 



James Few. 
George Stringfellow. 
George Seeds. 
Richard Jones. 
Francis Townsend. 
Francis Dutton. 
John Slack. 



Class !• 

Samuel Painter. 
Abel Boak. 
David Gray. 
' Isaac Sumpshon. 
William Jefferies. 
Nathaniel Jefferies Junr. 
Lichen Speakman. 



Class 3d. 



Abiah Taylor. 
Peter Ingram. 
Peter McDaniel. 
John Rhoads. 
William Otley. 
Abraham Sharpless. 
John Parsons. 
Samuel Cope. 



Simon Kernes. 
Abraham Taylor. 
John Parry. 
Richard Strodo. 
Samuel Osborne. 
Benjamin Leonard. 
William Townsend. 



James Robinson. 
Thomas Hawley. 
John Cartez. 
Nathan Gheen. 
John Watts. 
Joseph Darlington. 
Abraham Johnson. 



Class 4th. 



George Carter. 
Abiah Hoops. 
Jesse Stringfellow. 
Jesse Sharpless. 
Daniel Grimes. 
Joseph Wollerton. 
Jonathan Strode. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



851 



Benanuel Ogden. 
William Mercer. 
William Oiles. 
John Taylor. 
Joseph Painter. 
Samuel Way. 
Isaac Taylor. 



Ephraim Boak. 
George Holt. 
John Hickman. 
Alexander Grimes. 
James Hance. 
Thomas Carter. 
Gideon Malin. 

Nathen Cope. 
Benjamin Few. 
Emmor Jefferies, Senr. 
Thomas Gibbons. 
Nathaniel Jefferies, Sonr 



Class 5th. 

Joseph Underwood. 
Job Darlington. 
John McVay. 
Jesse Scott. 
Joseph Underwood. 
Thomas Kerr. 
James Wollerton. 

Class 6th. 

Jesse Talkington. 
John Dil worth. 
James Hopkins. 
Samuel Hart. 
William Underwood. 
Joseph Townsend. 

Class 7th. 

Caleb Hawley. 
Nathan Sharpless. 
John Glacis. 
John f'ew. 
Thomas Brown. 

Class 8th. 



Michael Colgen. 
Enoch Gray. 
Samuel Stringfellow. 
Ames Davis. 
James Jefferies, weaver. 
Gilbert Bradley. 
Samuel Par.=3ons. 
A Return of the Classes of East Bradford Company by 

PETER STORDB, Cap't. 



Emmor Jefferis, Junr. 
Zacheus Davis. 
John Underwood. 
George Thomas. 
Robert Hanna. 
Michael Tusick. 



THORNBURY COMPANY OF MILITIA 1780, (c.) 



Jacob Rougher. 
Joseph Hemphill. 
John Edward's. 
Joshua Way. 



1st Class. 

William Allison. 
Ezekel Lonard. 
Samuel Chance. 
Benjn. Heckman. 



852 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



Charles McClaln. 
William Hill. 
James Marshall. 
Even Jones. 



2nd Class. 

Hendrey Jones. 
Robart W&ger, 
Thos. Hall. 
Isaac Taylor. 



William Beal. 
Richard Mercer. 
Samuel Oliver. 
David Baker. 



Sd Claas. 

Thos. Cheyney, Esq. 
John Reed. 
William Conner. 
Benjn. Chance. 



Joseph Hickman. 
Moses Hickman. 
Frances Hickman. 
Arther Linden. 
Thos. Chaffer. 



Samuel Mires. 
John Guinn. 
William Laveenson. 



4th Class. 

James Reguster. 
Thos. Marshall. 
Thos. Staton. 
William Reed. 



5th Class. 

Edward Grisle. 
Eligha Grisle. 
John Broomail. 



Thos. Heckman. 
Rcnjn. Jones. 
David Lewis. 
Predy Kimber. 
Calib Peirce. 



Richard Cheyney. 
Frederick Taylor. 
Alexander Hemphill. 
Thos. Young. 



Lavi Pyle. 
Thos. Grisle. 
Benjn. Johnson. 
Edward Baker. 



6th Class. 

Isral Pyle. 
Joshua Hoops. 
William Ellott 
William Johnson. 

7th Class. 

Joseph Peirce. 
Calib Kimber. 
Joseph Lindsy. 

8th Class. 

John Townsend. 
James Townsend. 
Joseph Cheyney. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



863 



THE CLASSES OP THE WEST TOWN COMPANY F0« 
THE YEAR 1780. (c.) 



Benjn. Cock, Junr. 
Joseph Evenson. 
Willm. Hawley. 
Michael Reveal. 



Ist Class. 

Levi Mascey. 
George Brinton. 
Willm. Thatcher. 
Willm. Lowden. 



Aaron Evenson. 

Moses Cock. 

Jacob Yearsley, Sen. 

Joshua Hunt 
Willm. Wahn. 
Titus TayloF. 
Isaac Davis. 
Stephen Taylor. 

Willm. Cloud. 
Edward Thornbury. 
John McNeal. 

Thomas Mercer. 
James Qibbons. 
Jacob Gibbons. 
Robert Yearsley. 
Caleb James. 

John Hanthom. 
John Cock. 
George Hanthom. 

John Lowden. 
Isaiah Hoops. 
Benjn. Hickman. 
Peter Osboum. 
John Brown. 



2nd Class. 

Corneleus Wood. 
John Davis. 

3d Class. 

Jacob Yearsley, Junr. 
John Heir. 
Abraham Hoops. 
Joseph Mace. 

4th Class. 

James Brown. 
Elec Grimes. 

6th Class. 

Joseph James. 
Moses James. 
Isaac Hoops. 
Henry Johnson. 

eth Class. 

Christopher McGowen. 
Jesse James. 

7th Class. 

James Huey. 
Abram Williamson. 
Frans. Hickman. 
Joseph Hoops. 



854 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



8th Class. 



James Black. 
Joseph Cock. 
George Fryer. 



Thomas Cooper. 
Ezra Hoops. 
John Hunt 



THOS. CHBYNEY. 
8th CJo. 



Chester County. 

(c.) These are to ceirtify that John McFarlan & Jacob 
Brown of the 19 class have Inlisted and Produced to a ceirtain 
John Robertson who have sworn to serve as a Soldear In the 
Pennsylvania Line During the war. Given under my hand 
the third day of February 1781. 

THOMAS CHEYNEY S. L. 
To CAPT. JOHN CRAIGG, 

of Kennett Company. 



City of Philada., Ss. (c.) 

I do hereby Certify That John Heester brought me a Recruit 
this morning, named George Dougherty, who I attested as a 
Soldier during the War in the Pennsylvania Line, for a Class 
in Coventry Township in the County of Chester, the number 
he has forgot and I do further certify that Mr. Hester de- 
livered the said Recruit to an officer in the Artillery. Witness 
my Hand the 10th day of March 1781. 

JOHN MILLER. 



(c.) I Do Certify that Henry Moore was Ensign In Capt. 
Hayses Company for which I was Lieutenant and that said 
Henry Moore marched in said Company at the Call of the 
Militia in the Year 1781. 

pr. me 
THOMAS CAMPBELL, Ueut. 
Novemr. 19th 1781. 



Please to pay to Henry Moore Late Ensign in Capt. Hayses 
Company the Sum of Five Pound Two Shillings & Six pence 
being his pay and Bounty for the March of 1781 and You Shall 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



855 



be Credited for so much on the Order Directed to William 
Heslet Esqr., County Treasurer. 

pr. Me, 
THOMAS CAMPBELL. Ueut. 



Novmr. 19th 1781. 

To Jos. McCLELLAN, Lieut C. C. M. 

Received November 19th 1787 of Joseph McClellan Lt. Ches- 
ter County the Sum of Five Pounds Two Shillings & six pence 
in full of the above order. 

£5.2.e. 

HENRY MOORE. 



PAY ROLL OF CAPTAIN AND. SNIDER'S COMPANY OF 
CHESTER COUNTY MILITIA, SEPT. 22, 178L (c.) 




And. Snider, 

Jacob Tounif 

Owen Jenkins 

David Ford, 

Evan Evans, 

Conrad Shlmer, 

Peter Wairsroner, ... 

Chrls'n Teaney 

Henry Hope, 

Henry Beckley 

Wm. Evans 

Sebas. Wagrgroner. .. 

Nlch. Snider 

Jno. Dodson,. 

Jno. Hampton 

Wm. Francis, 

Moses Martin 

Jno. Rice, 

Wm. Hummelbrlght, 

Jacob Honrow 

Bolser Hundshower, 

Jacob Hench 

Leonard Walter 

Balser IBaslg 

Jacob Hoyer 

Valentine Smith, ... 
David Roberts 



Capt., .. 

Lt 

Ens., .... 
Sersrt., .. 
Sersrt., .. 
Corpl., .. 
Corpl., .. 
Corpl., .. 
Drummer, 

Fife 

Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, , 
Private, , 
Private, 
Private, , 
Private, , 
Private, , 
Private, , 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, , 



M 



856 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



PAY ROLL OP CAPTAIN AND. SNIDBR'S CJOBCPANY OF 
CHESTER COUNTY MIUTIA-TContinned. 



Names. 




Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Jno. Snider ' Private, 



£]G«kleL TTicrmaa, 
Jam. 3tamu 
Jacob Htitfomaa, 
Dan, CflritsF, ..... 
Jnu, Daunefelser, 

Jacob Acker 

Dan. Briton 

Sam'l Harsh. .... 

Jno. Ltlsset 

Jno. Hets 

Geo. Homb^rger, 
Val. Ludwlck, ... 
Wm. Evans, Jr., 

John Qreen 

John Melcholr. 



Adam Lvidwick 

Jno. Smith 

Chrls'r Dice 

Tho8. Durumple 

Jona. Wynn 

Jacob Hire 

UorUon Duruinple 

Jno. rad, 

Henry Derlnger, 

Caspor Snider 

Harman Beerbower, . 

Jno. Hofman, 

Wm. Walter 

Jacob Smith 

Edw'd Black 

Jno* Davis, 

Geo. Snid*?r 

Baliter I^udwkk 

Jaa. Cloyd 

John Walter 

John Strott or Shott, 



Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 



i 
I 

I 



9 
9 
9 

9 
9 
9 
q 
9 
9 
9 
9 

9 
9 
9 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



857 



A TRUE LIST OF THE PERSONS NOTICED TO PERFORM 
THE TOWER OF MILITIA DUTY GIVEN UNDER MY 
HAND THIS 24TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER 1781, ISAAC 
THOMAS, CAPT. (c.) 



John Vollentine. 
Jonathan Parks. 
Andrew Hall. 
Absolom Vollentine. 
George Graham. 

Thomas Downing. 
Wm. Hide. 
James Baten. 



5th Class. 

George Gray. 
Jacob Sisler. 
Joseph Web. 
Thomas Temple. 

6th Class. 

James Gray. 
Thomas Powel. 
Reding Howel. 



Adam Richards. 
Jonathan Vollentine. 
Abla Park. 
Joseph Downing. 
Elisha Chrismon. 
Thomas Gheen. 

Samuel Hunt 
Isaac McFarlin. 



7th Class. 

Obed Lewis. 
Thomas Kain. 
John Burgwine. 
Samuel Willson. 
' Hunt Downing. 

'8th Class. 

\ Robert Davis, 

i Thomas Vance. 



S58 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



PAY ROLL OF CAPN. MICHAEL HOALMAN'S COMR 
OF CHESTBR COUNTY MILITIA IN SBPTKMBEIR 



NfUTlM, 




Mich. Hoftlman, 

Heiiry Hcaiman, 
Hentr SteUv, 
Adsjn Staler, 
Conmd KIpplp. 

AlfiK'r McCilftPr 
Wm. Mek-hlar, 
Danl. Plckart, 
Sam'l Aah* ....... 

J&cinb L^aivpr 

Jno. Bryan. ,. 

Wm. Orimths, ,,. 

Rob, RnmriTB 

Hpnrr Knfrr^ 

AilflTTi Danipman, 

.Tnea,. E^-Ull, 

Tli'nry Hftllpt. .„. 

Jf>s. Miller 

rii>b. SErnmrina, ... 
P*'ter Pepalnen ... 
rdcr FlelfTprt. .... 

Jfjna. llAuBfr, 

Fred. RrenluiltJi, 
.Tug. EvfltlS, ..,.., 

Philip LeovonborK 

.lesse Evans 

Jnc, Hoalman, ... 

Owen Thomas 

.Tno. Evans , 

Ooo. Shingle 

Thos. Krapes, — 
Honry Hippie. ... 

Jor. Evans , 

Oeo. Kimes 

Peter Steffy 

Ram Watts 

H&nry Ijitvbauiirh, 

Wm. Vanee, Private. 

P^tef Tim If r Private. 

Edw'd Parker Private. 

TIenry Parker Private, 

Tlenry Moses I Private, 

Jas. Thomas | Private, 



SenctM 

CCMTll., 

Corpl-t .. 

Corpl., .. 

pTi™te. 

Prirate, 

Private, 

Private, 

Private. 

Private. 

Private. 
Private, 
Private. 
Private. 
Prli-ate. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



859 



PAY ROLL OF CAPN. MICHAEL HOALMAN'S COMPANY 
— Continued. 




I 



Jno. Virgin 

Nlch's Moak 

Henry Esslck 

Jno. Carrel! , 

Conrad Steffey 

Philip Steffy 

Nlch's Larr 

Peter Keller. , 

Adam Leaver, 

Henry Stager 

Wm. Rogers 

Jno. Francis, , 

Jno. Hoalman 

Chas. Koogler 

Henry Grove 

Philip King 

Jacob Hegart 

Stuffel Dice 

Thos. Templin 

Bolser Maurer 

Thos. Jenkins 

Jno* Ft-rt ii.'k 

Adam Kubartj 

Thoi, Wllflon 

Jno. HolHton, 

OuFper Helraer 

Jn? Smith 

Philip Reflfert 

Chas. Dunlap 

Adam Johnston, Estate of, ... 

Geo. Prane 

Jacob Hartman, 

David Melchier 

Philip Boyer 

Rees, John. 

Jas. Whiteside 

Bon, Eberhard 

Geo. Summons 

Jacob Lewis, 

Yost Smith 

Matthias Creso 

Ab'm Cypher, 

Wm. Mills 

Jesse Mills, 

Jno. Boyer 

Ezech Miller 

Martin Sheelt^r "alias Shuler. 

Jno. English 

Jno. Hoaae 



Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Prlvalo. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private. 
Private. 
Prlvat*?. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 



860 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



PAY ROLL OF CAPN. MICHAEL HOALMAN'S COMPANY 
— Continued. 



Names. 



JI1I70& ateHer 

Rudalph E«Bls 

Jacob Keely "Lt. horse") 

J no* Brutnbnck (Lt. horse") 

Jacob Stager 

Also a four horse Team & Driver. 



i 

i 

2 



Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 



PAY ROLL OF CAPT. HUGH REED'S COMPANY CHESTBR 
CO. MILITIA OCTR. 1781. (c.) 



Hugh Reed 

Thos. Blgerd 

Fred. Elngle 

Noaha Billings, . 

John Hunt, , 

Jno. Noblet 

Rob. I.indsey 

Jas. Manley , 

Thos. Gordon, 

Geo. Mace 

Jno. McConnol, ... 

Enoch Savin 

Jno. Connlnghain, 

Rob. Glell 

Wm. IJndsoy, 

Jacob Cobum, 

Sam'l Walker, 

Jas. Daugherty, . . 
Rob. Henderson, . 

Thos. Mace 

Thos. Edwards, .. 
Thos. Thompson. . 

Thos. Coburn 

And. Forton 

Sam'l Bums 

Jacob Bums 



8 



Capt., 14 

Lt 11 

Clk U 

Flfer 14 

Drummer 14 

Private 14 

Private 14 

Private 1« 

Private 14 

Private 14 

Private 1 1 

Private 14 

Private 14 

Private 14 

Private 14 

Private II 

Private 14 

Private 14 

Private 14 

Private 14 

Private H 

Private 14 

Private 14 

Private 14 

Private 14 

Private, i 14 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



861 



PAY ROLL OP CAPT. HUGH REED'S COMPANY CHESTER 
CO. MILITIA— Continued. 



Name 



Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private. 
Jaa. Rowen , Private, 



Wm. Goodwin 

Sam Harls 

Chas. Musels, 

Sam. Armor 

Geo. Derlck 

Wm. McFartrlge 

Jno Llnvel 

Wm. Hoikeni, 

Geo. McCall 

Dan. SolUven, 

Rob. McCalla 

Jaa. Way 

Coma. (Sollougher 

Caleb McCullugh 

Edw'd Carter 

Jno. Nedey, 

And. B&gge 

Elzek. Hartley, 

Jas. Hosan 

Wm. Jones. 

John Younif , 

Jesse Blckerton 

Sam'l Torame "alias Torrenoe,' 
Brlce Miller 



And. Mcllvalne, . 

Wm. E>vans 

Peter Salkeld, ... 
Martin Morton f . 
Qvo. Athbrldi«> . 
Eftm. Ltttle. 
n!tv«-^r Far™, 
Wm. Shanklln.^-t^ 

Sam. Blalk, 

Jas. McDanel. ... 
Kinsman Dutten, 

Hans Pick 

Jos. Syll 

Wm. Maaklll 

Job. Mace 

Abner RamaRC, 

Jas. Harper 

Geo. Fryer 



Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private. 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 
Private, 



a 



14 

14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
II 
14 
14 
11 
14 
It 
14 
14 

n 
II 

14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
II 
14 
14 
14 
14 
11 
It 
II 
II 
14 
II 
II 
II 



862 ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



LIGHT HORSE, 1781. 



A Return of the names and number of the Volunteer Militia 
Light Horse for the County of Chester, with a state of their 
equipment and the Battalions to which they respectivly 
belong, (a.) 

Captain. 

Alexander Johnson. 

Lieutenant. 
Samuel Vanleer. 

Comet. 
James Clarke. 

First battalion. Colonel John Gardner. 

David Denny. Roger North. 

John Culbertson. Owen Todd. 

John Smith. Francis Gardner. 

Conrad Keely. Robert Byers. 

Second battalion, Colonel Thomas Bull. ' 

Jacob Keely. Adam Johnson. 

Henry Stites. William Robinson. 

John Bromback. 

Third Battalion. Colonel John Hanniim. 

John Patton. Jonathan Stroud. 

Joseph Guest. 

l^jiirth i'attalion, Col. John Bartholomew. 

John Williams. Methusalem Davis. 

John Lewellin. Thomas Bodley. 

John Jacobs. 

Fifth Battalion. Colonel John McDowell. 

James McDowell. John McKee. 

William Thompson. James Johnson. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



863 



Sixth battalion. Colonel Caleb Davis. 

Nicholas Diehl. Charles Grantham. 

Mordecai Roberts. Thomas Vornon. 

Sketchley Morton. Andrew Lynn. 
Benjamin Rue. 

Seventh battalion, Colonel George Pierce. 

Richard Cheyney. Caleb Taylor. 

Abraham Harper. James Thompson. 

James Twaddle. Joseph Vernon. 

Eighth battalion, Colonel M. Boyd. 

Benjamin Fillson. Robert Fillson. 

ROBERT SMITH, Ueutenant C. C. 
July 2, 1781. 



MUSTER ROLL OF LIEUT. JAMES HUSTON'S COMPANY 
OF MALE WHITE PERSON WITHIN THE MILITIA LAW 
FOR 1781 BY JAS. HUSTON, L. CO. (c.) 



Mathias Kirlin. 
John Shelley. 
Ezekiel Wilson. 
Anty. Sumption. 
John Dutton. 
Benjn. Ford. 
Joseph Walker. 



Ist Class. 

Jacob Hughs. 
Henry Miers. 
John Burns. 
Eli Shugar. 
John Ireson. 
John Smith, Jr. 
Powel Clayton. 



John Hanings. 
Isaac Lawrence. 
Jos. Waggoner. 
Francis Townsend. 
David Philips. 
Geo. Wood. 

John Lindsay. 
James Shelley. 



2d Class. 

Andw. Kiser. 
Saml. Carpentftr. 
Jos. Roads. 
Abrm. Savil. 
Wm. Shelley. 

8d Class. 

Wm. Kiser. 
Wm. Rossell. 



864 



A880CIAT0RS AND MILITIA. 



Jacob Denger. 
John Watson. 
Jno. Flower. 
Wm. Cranston. 
Morda. Thomson. 



Harlon Cloud. 
Wm. Bum. 
Jom Torrence. 
John Coboum. 
Rlchd. RIeley. 



Jos. Pennell. 
Isaac Dutton. 
Amos Ireland. 
Saml. Elngleson. 
Benjn. Johnson. 



4th Class. 

David Johnson. 
Jos. Cobom. 
Saml. Smith. 
Isaac Tally. 
Wm. Ford. 



Jacob FML 
Thos. Thomson. 
Zachh. Derrick. 
Wm. Lindsay. 



Jacob Bums. 
Thos. Moore. 
Saml. Price. 
Jacob Cobourn. 
Wm. Robinson. 



5th Class. 

Nathan Pennell. 
John Linvell. 
Saml. Boyd. 

6th Class. 

Wm. McFatidge. 
John Smith. 
Thos. Edwards. 
James Adair. 
Wm. Booth. 



Thos. Wallace. 
Jas. Hart. 
Archd. Dick. 
Danl. Brown. 
Wm. Goodwin. 



7th Class. 

Wm. Smith. 
Jos. Aiken. 
Besor Lamplaugh. 
Isaac Pennell. 
Henry Myers. 



Saml. Walker. 
Andw. Torton. 
Saml. Armor. 
John McCay. 
Jacob Gutshell. 
Saml. Tremble. 
Geo. Derrick. 



8th Class. 

Jas. Dougherty. 
Chas. Busgal. 
Robt. Henderson. 
John Talbott. 
Wm. Hoskins. 
John Pearce. 
Wm. Willis, 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



86S 



Robt. Booth. 
Jno. Kirlin. 
Saml. Burns. 
Saml. Harris. 

Chester, Ss. 
Sworn before 



Jerh. Brown. 
Isaac Tally. 
John Smith, Jr. 



THOS. LEVIS. S. L. C. C. 



A MUSTER ROLE OF THE MELITARY INHABITANTS OF 
TREDYFFRIN TOWNWSHIP CHESTER COUNTY COM- 
MANDED BY CAPT. DAVID WILSON MAY THE 23TH, 
1782. (c.) 



Lieutenant. 
Joseph Griffith. 

Ensign. 
Joshua Davis. 



Hugh Griffith, Junr. 
James Davis, Jiinr. 



Serjants. 

Thomas Hampton. 

Privates. 



John McAfee. 

Jos. Williams. 

Joseph Lewis. 

Levi Thomas. 

John Huzzard. 

Jacob Kettlesman. 

Hugh Travis, 

Isaac Pownnell. 

Thos. Rowland. 

John Rowland. 

John Maxwell. 

William Wilson, out of ye State. 

Thos. Bones. 

Jeremiah Peck. 

William Thomas. 

Roderick McKinsey. 

55— Vol. V— 5th Ser. 



m ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

Thos. Lincoln. 

J<^n Francis. 

Peter Stickler. 

Jolin Owens. 

Job Posh. 

Bfathew Neily. 

James Nelly. 

Benjamin Jones. . 

Dewault Beaver. 

John LAwrence. 

Morris Davis. 

Jonathan Davis. 

Nathaniel Jones, nnflt for duty. 

John Williams, clerk tor the r^mpy. 

David Davis. 

Agelon Aloway. 

Richard Robinson. * 

James Bakin. 

Thomas Davis. 

Dennis McCaracher. 

Benjamin Hampton. 

Robert Rogers. 

James Brown. 

John Philips. 

Philip Houskeeper. 

Enoch Jones. 

James Wiles. 

Adam Rickabough. 

John Roxburgh. 

bamuel Britton. 

William Mitchell. 

James Tredenick. 

Thomas Brown. 

Hugh McGlone. 

Samuel Smith. 

Williman Holliday. 

David Maxwell. 

George Ivester. 

John Traviss. 

Benjamin Davis. 

John Creamer. 

Mathew Bowner. 

Isaac Vanleer. 

John Horton. 

Jacob Scigler. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



867 



John Shewalter, Senr. 

Jdo. Shewalter, Junr. 

Nathan McVaugh. 

Henry Bough. 

Jacob Bough. 

Adam Quider. 

Christian Workizer. 

Felty She waiter. 

Daniel Shewalter. 

Able Thomas. 

Isaac Walker. 

Joseph Walker. 

Jacob Walker. 

John Llewellin, attened in Bastown. 

Charles Stonemitz. 

John Davis, Doctr, surgeon to Battln. 

Ilenj. Davis, carpinter. 

William Davis, flfer. 

David Williams, drum. 

Jesse Nesmith. 

John Boner. 

John McKinney. 

Rees Stephens. 

John Liewis. 

Ezekiel Potts, under age. 

Charles McClean. 

Thomas Carr. 

Jacob Branaman. 

Edward Woodman. 

Rudolph Huzzard. 

Samuel Bones. 

Benjn. Miller. 

John Brown. 

John Bownnell. 

Richard Miles. 

David Christy, out of ye State. 

Valentine Bear. 

Paul Pennington. 

William Rowland. 

Henry Ruth, unfit for duty. 

Abijah Stephens, unfit for duty. 

Francis Stonemitz. 



I do hereby certify that the above is a true return. 

DAVID WILSON. Capt 



▲880CIAT0R8 AtU) MSUTUl 



A MUSTBR ROLB OP THB MBLITART INHABITANT8 OW 
TRBDYFFRIN TOWNSHIP, CHB8TBR OOUMTY, COIC- 
MANDBD BY CAPT. DAVID WILSON, NOVBMBBR SIBT 
DAT 1782. (c) 



Lleateiiaiit. 
J08^^ OrUAUi. 



JoBlma Davis. . ^ r 

SorgAnts. 

Hngk OrlfflUi, Janr. Jairos Davis, Jonr. 

Tbomas Hampton. 

PriTates. 
J<^n McAfee. 

Joe. Williams, attend in Bastown. 

Joseph Lewis. *'* 

Levi Thomas. 
John Huzzard. 
Jacob Kittlesman. 
Hugh Travlss. 
Isaac PowDDell. 
Thos. RowlaDd. 
John Rowland. 
John Maxwell. 

William Wilson, out of ye state. 
Thos. Bones. 
Jeremiah Peck. 
William Thomas. 
Roderick McKinsy. 
Thomas Lincoln. 
John Prancis. 

Peter Sllckler. * 

John Owens. ■ 

Job. Pugh. 
Mathew Nelly. 
James Neily. 
Benjamin Jones. 
De vault Beaver. 
John Lawrence. * * ^* 



COUNTY OF CHESTBR. 



869 



Morris Davis. 

Nathaniel Jones, unfit for duty. 

Jonahtan Davis. 

John Williams, elk. for Co. 

David Davis. 

Agelon Alloway. 

Richard Robinson. 

James Bakin. 

Thomas Davis. 

Dennis McCaracher. 

Benjamin Hampton. 

Robert Rogers. 

James Brown. 

John Philips. 

Philip Houskeeper. 

Enoch Jones. 

James Wiles. 

Adam Rickabough. 

John Roxburgh. 

Samuel Britton. 

William Mitchell. 

James Fredenick. 

Thomas Brown. 

Hugh McGlone. 

Samuel Smith. 

William Holiday. 

David MazwelL 

George Ivester. 

John Traviss. 

Benjamin Davis. 

John Creamer. 

Mathew Bowner. 

Isaac Vanleer. 

John Horton. 

Jacob Seigler. 

John Shewalter, Senr. 

Nathan McVaugh. 

Jacob Bough. 

Henry Bough. 

Adam Guider. 

Christian Workizer. 

Felty Shewalter. 

Daniel Shewalter. 

Abel Thomas. 



9n ASSOOIATORS AND MIUTIA. 

Imac Walker. 

Joi^li Walker. 

Jacob Walker. 

John UewelUn, attend In Bastown. 

Ckartes Stonesmlti. 

John Dayls, Doctr. 

Lenjamin Davis, Carpenter. 

William Davis, Fifer. 

David WlUlams, Drammer. 

Jesse Nesmith. 

John Bonner. 

John McKlnney. 

Rees Stephens. 

John Lewis. 

BSsekiel Potts, under ase. 

Charles McClean. 

Thos. Carr. 

Jacob Branaman. 

Bdward Woodman. 

Rudolph Huzzard. 

Samuel Bones. 

Benjn. Miller. 

John Brown. 

John Pownnell. 

Richard Miles. 

David Christy. 

Valentine Bear. 

Paul Pennington. 

William Rowland. 

John Shewalter, Junr. 

Henry Ruth, unfit for duty. 

Abijah Stephen, unfit for duty. 

Francis Stonemitz. 

I do Certify that the above is a true Return. 

DAVID WILSON, Capt 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 871 

A LIST OF RECRUTES OF CHESTER COUNTY, (c.) 



The Recrutes Delivered to me, and for which I gave CerUfl- 
cates Was, John Russell, for Class No. 66, Oxford township. 
And William Beazly, for Class No. 38, London Derry township 
and Rudolph Brookhouse, for Class No. 57 East Notingham 
township. I do hereby Certify, that the Above Clases, hath 
fully Satisfied the Law, in furnishing their Recrutes, and has 
not it Right for to Pay the Tax Laid in Case of failure, as 
the have fully Satisfied the Law in that Respect Pr. 

ROBT. WILSON, L. U t 



I do Hereby Certify That Mr. James Morris Has Delivered 
Me a recruit by name John Brown Enlisted to Serve in. the 
Pennsylvania Line during the War and properly attested for 
the Class No. 40 of the Township of Eastown. 

Witness my Hand this 15th day of February. 1781. 

LEWIS GRONOW Sub. U C. C. 



I do Hereby Certify That Mr. Paul Sharadin has Furnished 
A Recruit named David Bellerd properly Enlisted and Attested 
To Serve in the Pennsylvania Line during the War for the 
Class No. of the Township of Radnor. 

LEWIS GRONOW Sub. L. C. C. 

Febr. 16th 1781. 



These may Certify That Lieutt. Christopher Rue has fur- 
nished a Recruit named John Vanhausen properly Enlisted 
and Attested to Serve in the Pennsylvania line during the 
War for the Class No. 41 of the Township of Eastown. 

LEWIS GRONOW Sub. L. C. C. 

February 19th 1781. 



These are to Certify that Griffeth Jones delivered to me 
One Recruit properly Enlisted A attested to serve during the 



879 A880CIAT0R8 AND MILJTIA. 

War of the name of Valentine Delahont for CAass No. 24 of 
Wmistown TownsliM^ 

LBWIS.GRONOW Sub. U-C: C. 
Feby. leth 1781. 



These are to Certify that Robert Kennedy of the Town- 
9^ of Radnor d^vered to me on the 15th day of April 
i}ni a. Reemit Named Bernard OUivine BnUated dnring the 
l^ar, also two others, one Named Felix McQlouehlin the other 
named Allezanto Bonny: whose B&listments I hare Witness 
mir Hand the 7th Day of ICarch 1781 

UeWIS ORONOW Snh. U C. G. 

I have the Bnlistment of One William Wilson during the 
War. 

LBWIS ORONOW Sub. U C. C. 



A TRUE AND EXACT RETURN OF ALL YE ASSOCIATORS, 
RESIDING AND DWELLING IN EASTOWN TOWNSHIP, 
DISTRICT, TO YE LATTER PART OF YE SEASON. 1782. 
PR. JOHN JUNKINS. (c.) 



Captain. 
John Junkin. 

Lieutenant. 
Christopher Rew. 

Ensign. 
David Lewellyn. 

Sergeants. 

Robert Stephens. 

William Reed. 

Drummer. 
Abraham Butler. 

Fifer. 
William Steel. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



873 



Jno. Goff. 
Thos. Welch. 
Jno. Steel. 
William Hunter. 
David Reece. 
Samuel Junkin. 
David Junkin. 
Nathan Scott. 
Peter Euble. 
Benjn. Gallihan. 
Thomas Thomas. 
Gasper Wise. 
Morris Morris. 
Richard Morris. 
Anthony Morris. 
William Hannah. 
Michael Binge. 
Jno. Lewellyn. 
Thos. Davis. 
James Steel. 
Daniel McCahan. 
James Morris. 
Robert Shannon. 
George McNeely. 
George Lee. 
Henry Pox. 
Martin Pothers. 
Phineas Massey. 
Samuel Bell. 
Whitehead Wetherby. 
Samuel Thomas. 
Jonathan Moore. 
John Baker. 
David Rute. 
Enoch Yarnel. 
Joshua Yamal. 
Caleb Yamel. 
Anos Yamel. 
Joseph Thomas. 
Isack Yarnel. 
William Warnick. 



Privates. 

Townsend Thomas. 
Thomas Moore. 
Felix Laufferty. 
Isaac Richard. 
Benjn. Brown. 
Philip Thomas. 
William Kerney. 
Richard Adams. 
Thomas Scott. 
James Scott 
Philip John. 
Samuel Smiley. 
Absalom Griffith. 
Daniel Dowlin. 
Joseph Masey. 
Peter Steel. 
John Tucker. 
John Hampton. 
John Philip. 
Nicolas Bierd. 
Frederick Lantis. 
Lewis Morris. 
John Bradley. 
John Wiggins. 
Jacob Vagniss. 
Robert Mendingall. 
John Hoops. 
Jesse Harris. 
Enoch Mellin. 
Isaac Griffith. 
Daniel Hoops. 
Thomas Jones. 
William Griffith. 
Nathan Scofield. 
William Brown. 
Joseph Bartin. 
Benjn. Hilbert. 
James Lilley. 
Samanuel Moore. 
Abraham Hilbert. 
Joshua Bowan. 



874 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



MUSTER ROLL CHICHBSTBR COMPANY PALL SBA80N 
A. D. 1782. (c) 



Mathlas Kerttn, Jr. 
John Shelley. 
Bieklel Wlleoa. 
Anthy. Sumption. 
John Dntton. 
Benjn. Ford. 
Joseph Walker. 



John Hannlnge. 
Isaac Lawrence. 
Joseph Wagoner. 
Prances Townsend. 
David Phillips. 
George Wood. 

John Lindsey. 
James Shelley. 
William Kezer. 
William Resell. 
Jacob Dingee. Jr. 
John Watson. 
John Flour. 



Joseph Pennal. 
Isaac Dutton. 
Amos Ireland. 
Saml. E/agleson. 
BenJn. Johnston. 



Jacob Hewes. 
Henry Myers. 
John Bums. 
Bill Sugars. 
John Freson. 
John Smith, Jr. 
Powell Clayton. 

GUUM 1 

Andrew Klier. 
Saml. Carpenter. 
Joseph Roads. 
Abram Savile. 
William Shelley. 

Class 9. 

Wm. Cranson. 
Mordica Thomson. 
Harlan Cloud. 
Wm. Burns. 
John Taurence. 
John Couborn. 
Richd. Reily. 

Class 4. 

David Johnston. 
Joseph Coboum. 
Saml. Smith. 
Isaac Tolley. 
Wm. Ford. 



Jacob Ford. 
Zachr. Derrick. 
Saml. Harris. 
Saml. Boyd. 
Enoch Sayile. 



Class S. 

Tbos. Edwards. 
Wm. Booth. 
Richd. Marrow. 
Thos. Thomson. 
Robt. Sayile. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



875 



Kinsman Dutton. 
Jacob Bums. 
Jacob Cottoum. 
Wm. Ooodwin. 
Wm. Robeson. 

Danle) Brown. 
Wm. McFatridge. 
Saml. Price. 
Saml. Bums. 
Thos. Wallace. 



Class 6. 

Bezer Lamplagh. 
John Hager, Jr. 
John Hardin. 
Josh. Townsend. 

Class 7. 

John Kerlin. 
John Talbott. 
Joseph Askew, Jr. 
Job Cloud. 
William Ford. 



Saml. Trimble. 
Saml. Walker. 
Jas. Dougherty. 
John McCoy. 
Geo. Derrick. 
Andw. Torton. 
Charles Bugell. 



Richd. Poole. 
John Price. 



Class 8. 

Wm. Hoskim. 
Isaac Pennal. 
Nathan Pennal. 
Joseph Burns. 
Charles Sumption. 
Charles Dingee. 

Ifarching Men, Hollingworth. 

John Torton. 
Benjn. Marshall. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF CHARLESTOWN COMPANY OF MIL- 
ITIA FOR THE LAST PART OF THE YEAR 1782. (c.) 



Captain. 
Samuel Roberts. 

Lieutenant. 
James Davis. 



Ensign. 
Samuel Torbert. 



87e 



ASSOGIATORS AND MILITIA. 



1 Class. 



John Buckwalter. 
Samuel John. 
Isaac Starr. 
Jacob Pennibaker. 
John King. 
George Skolfleld. 
Henry Smith. 
Ezekiel Alexander. 
Ellas Brown. 
Peter Kimes. 
James Davis. 



George Keiter. 
Laltzer Grove. 
Christopher Allibach. 
John Chri'^.tman. 
Joseph Lewis. 
Isaac Williams. 
Joseph White. 
Francis Smith. 
Wm. Dickinson. 
George ESmry. 
Job Henry. 



Thomas Hill. 
Frederick Foos. 
Roger Little. 
Joshua Jolin. 
Samuel Lane. 
John Buzzard. 
George Vestler. 
Samuel Byers. 
Christopher Good. 
Peter Smith. 



2 Class. 

John Coates. 
Joseph Byers. 
John Lamb. 
John Lincoln. 
Jacob Stager. 
Richard Tomkin, Junr. 
John Allibach. 
Lawrence King. 
Nathaniel Hill. 



8 Class. 



Alex. McCalla. 
Christian Whistler. 
Thomas Roberts. 
Joseph Starr, Junr. 
Christian Holderman, disck. 
James Alexander. 
Jonathan James. 
Martin Shainholtz, Junr. 
John Longstreth. 
Daniel Rositer. 



John Peragrin. 

Samuel Brooks. 

Israel Cox (Clerk of Company). 

Thos. McAnnully. 

William Sholfleld. 

Andrew Knox. 

John Ryan. 

William Knowles. 

Ludwick Emry. 



Jonathan Wells. 

Ben. Griffith. 

Frederick Place. 

Robert Allen. 

Martin Shainholtz, Senr. 



4 Class. 

Thomas Rossiter, cripple. 
John Sturk. 
Jonathan Lute. 
William Williams, corp. 
John Davis. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



877 



William Gristock. 
James Tomkin. 
Peter Wells. 
David Martin. 



Nathaniel Page. 
Philip Shrock. 
Barnard Rapp. 
Ben. Jones. 



Ben. Byers, Junr. (under age). Jacob Buckwalter. 
James Griffith. 

6 Class. 



Jacob Humble. 
Elijah Funk. 
Sebastian Waggoner. 
Ben. Longstreth. 
Peter Dehaven. 
Roger Davis. 
David Lewis. 
John Salsbury. 
Arnst Stover. 
Peter Moses. 



Barth. Fussell. 
Jesse Roberts. 
Isaac Anderson. 
John Black. 
Conrod Harleman. 
John Leap. 
James Williams. 
Daniel Williams. 
John Hannums. 
Adam Hovis. 



6 Class. 



Christian Maris. 
Wm. Llewelln. 
John Nettles. 
Elijah Jones. 
Anthony Warner. 
John Mairs. 
James Hodge. 
William Brown. 
Mord. Williams. 
John Byers. 



Amos John. 
John Humphreys. 
Abijah Griffith. 
Theophilus Davis. 
Levi Davis. 
Isaac Miller. 
Conrod Stem. 
George Gill. 
Peter Sbunk. 
Baltzer Heizer. 



7 Class. 



Isaac Morgan. 
Daniel Buckwaller. 
George Rooks. 
Thomas Bodly. 
Mathias Foos. 
Frederick Geerhart. 
Jedadiah Griffith. 
John Turk. 
Llewellyn Davis. 
Israel Davis. 
Levi Jones. 
Yost Smith. 



Matthias Pennipaker. 

Henry Shutt. 

Jacob Walkinghood. 

John Harris. 

John Youngblood. 

Isaac Dehaven (under age). 

Joseph Francis. 

Bemad Vanhorn. 

John Singer. 

William Himes. 

Francis McCoy. 




Jonatlian Phiijps. 
.1' fin Valley. Juiir. 
.{allies Parker. 
William John. 
Charles McCracher. 



Lsaac Jan es. 
Ahiahani I ioldcrnuin. 
John Lyons. 
Hugh Quay. 
James Craven. 
Samuel Davis. 

I do Certify that the Above is a just and true account in i 
Company. 

SAML. ROBERTS, Captn 

Charles Town 21st Novr 1782. 



A RETURN OF CAPTAIN SAMUEL ROBERT'S COMPAQ 
OF CHARLES TOWN MILITIA FOR THE FIRST PAI 
OF THE YEAR 1782. (c.) 



Captain. 
Samael Roberts. 

Lieutenant. 
James Davis. 

Ensign. 
Samuel Torbert. 

1 Class. 



John Buckwalter. 



Ezekiel Alexander. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



879 



John Christman. 
Joseph Lewis. 
Isaac Williams. 
John Coughman. 



Joseph White. 
Francis Smith. 
Wm. Dickinson. 
George Elmry. 



% Class. 



Thomas Hill. 
Frederick Foos. 
Roger Little. 
Joshua John. 
Samuel Lane. 
John Buzzard. 
George Veslar. 
Thomas Valentine. 
Samuel Byers. 
Christopher Good. 



Peter Smith. 

John Coates. 

Joseph Byers. 

John Lamb. 

John Lincoln, School master. 

Jacob Stager. 

Richard Tomkin. 

John Allibach. 

Lawrence King. 



3 Class. 



Dennis Conrod. 
Alex. McCalla. 
Christian Wistler. 
Thomas Roberts. 
Joseph Starr. 
Christian Holderman. 
James Alexander. 
Jonathan James. 
Martin Shainholtz, Junr. 
John Longstreth. 
Daniel Rossiter. 



John Pergrin. 

Samuel Brooks. 

Israel Cox (School Master). 

Thos. McAnnully. 

William Sholfleld. 

Andrew Knox. 

Benjn. Davis. 

John Ryan. 

William Knowles. 

Ludwick Emry. 



4 Class. 



Jonathan Wells. 
Ben. Griffith. 
Frederick Place. 
Martin Sheinholts, Senr. 
Thomas Rossiter. 
John Sturk. 
Jonathan Lute. 
Wm. Wme., carpen. 
John Davis. 
William Grislock. 



James Tomkin. 
Peter Wells. 
David Mirtin. 
Ben Byers. 
James Griffith. 
Nat. Page. 
Philip Shrock. 
Barnet Rapp. 
Ben. Jones. 
Jacob Buckwalter. 



880 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



Jacob Humble. 
Elijah Funk. 
Sebastian Waggoner. 
Ben. Longstreth. 
Peter Dehaven. 
Roger Davis. 
John Tribby. 
David I^wis. 
John Salsbury. 
Arnst Stover. 
Peter Moses. 

Christian Marls. 
Wm. Llewellen. 
John Nettles. 
Elijah Jones. 
Anthony Warner. 
John Mairs. 
James Hodge. 
Wlllif.m Brown. 
Mord. Wms. 
Wm. Jones. 
John Byers. 
Amos John. 

Isaac Morgan. 
Daniel Buckwalter. 
George Rooks. 
Thomas Bodly. 
Mathias Foos. 
Frederick Geerhart. 
Jedadiah Griffith. 
John Turk. 
Llewellen Davis. 
Urael Davis. 
Levi Jones. 
Yost Smith. 



5 Class. 

Bartholomew Fussell. 
Jesse Roberts. 
Isaac Anderson. 
John Black. 
Conrcd Harleman. 
John Leap. 
James Williams. 
Daniel Williams. 
John Hanoms. 
Adam Hovis. 

6 Class. 

John Humphreys. 
Derick Kelser. 
Abijah Griffith. 
Theophilus Davis. 
Levi Davis. 
Isaac Miller. 
John Wall. 
Cor.rod Stem. 
George Gill. 
!'G:er irlhunk. 
i.i'.'.er Heizer. 

7 Class. 

}n'attw. Pennepacker. 
Henry Shutt 
Jacob Walkingwood 
Francis McCoy. 
Benjn. Coates. 
John Harris. 
John Yoiingblood. 
Isaac Dehaven. 
Joseph Francis. 
Barnerd Vanhorn. 
John Singer. 
Wm. Himes. 



John Allen. 
Moses Coales. 
David Deal. 



Junr. 



8 Class. 

David Buckwalter. 
James Valence. 
Levi Randall. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



8S1 



Isaac James. 
Abraham Holderman. 
Wm. Cooper. 
John Lyons. 
Hugh Quay. 
James Craven, 
bam. Davis. 
Thom. Steel, cripple. 
Henry Court. 

Certify'd by 



Wm. Wollerton, cripple. 
Peter Hartman. 
Wm. Thomas, cripple. 
David Davlff. 
Jonathan Fipps. 
John Varley, Junr. 
James Parker. 
Wm. John. 



DANIEL ROBERTS, Capt. 



A REPORT OR RETURN OF THE MILITIA COMPANY OF 
EASTOWN. 1782. (c.) 



Lieutenant. 
Chr. Rue. 

Ensign. 
D. Lewellyn. 



Robt. Steen. 
Wm. Reed. 
Abrm. Buttler. 
Wm. Steel. 
John Qoff. 
Thos. Welch. 
Jon. Steel. 
Wm. Hunter. 
David Reece. 
Saml. Junkin. 
Nathan Scott. 
Peter Uble. 
Benj. Galleher. 
Thoms. Thomas. 
Caspar White. 
Morris Morris. 
Richd. Morris . 
Anth. Morris. 
Wm. Hannah. 



Michl. Binger. 
John Lewellyn. 
Thos. Davis. 
James Morris. 
Danl. McCahan. 
John Evans. 
Robt. Shannon. 
Geo. McNeely. 
Geo. Lee. 
Henry Fox. 
Martin Potters. 
Phi Massey. 
Saml. Bell. 
Whitehd. Weatherby. 
Saml. Thomas. 
John Moore. 
John Baker. 
David Ruth. 
James Steel. 



5«— Vol. V— «tli ler. 



882 



ASS0CIAT0R8 AND MIUTIA. 



Bnock Tmrnell. 
Jcftho Tmmell. 
CAleb TarnelL 
Amos TmrnelL 
Jas. Thomas. 
JhBMC Tmrnell. 
Wm. Warnack. 
DanL ^oopB. 
Townaend Thomaa. 
Thomas Moore. 
Felix lATerty. 
Isaac Richards. 
BenJ. Brown. 
Phillip Thomas. 
Wm. Kemey. 
Rlchd. Adams. 
John Sleesman. 
Thoe. Scott. 
James Scott 
Phillip John. 
Saml. Smiley. 
Jon. Junkin. 



Abosolam Griffith. 
DanL DowUng. 
Joseph Massey. 
Peter Steel. 
*J<din Tucker. 
John Hampton. 
Israel Jacobs. 
John PhlUlps. 
Nicolas Beard. 
Frederick Lantls. 
Lewis Morris. 
John Bradley. 
Jon. Wiggins. 
Jacob Volgdois. 
Robt MendenhaU. 
Wm. MendenhalL 
John Hoops. 
Jese Harris. 
Bnock Mellen. 
Isaac Griffith. 
David Junkin. 
Thos. Smedley, Junr. 



The Above Roll certified by me. 



CHRIST. RUE, U. 



MUSTER ROOL CHICHESTER COMPANY SPRING SEA- 
SON A. D. 1782 BY JAS. HUSTON L. COMDT. OF THE 
MALE WHITE PERSONS WITHIN THE MIUTIA LAW. 
(c) 



Matbias Kirlen. 
John Shelley. 
Ezekeil Wilson. 
Antby. Sumption. 
John Dutton. 
Benjn. Ford. 
Joseph Walker. 



Class 1st. 

Jacob Huves. 
Henry Myers. 
John Burns. 
Eli Sugars. 
John Ireson. 
John Smith, Jr. 
Powell Clayton. 



John Hannings. 
Isaac Lawrence. 



Class 2Dd. 



Joseph Waggoner. 
Franis Townsend. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



883 



David Philip. 
Geo. Wood. 
Andw. Kizer. 
Saml. Carpenter. 



John Lindsey. 
James Shelley. 
William Kizer. 
Willm. Rossell. 
Jacob Dingee. 
John Watson. 
John Flower. 



Joseph Roads. 
Abrahm. Savile. 
Wm. Shelley. 



Class 3d. 



Wm. Cranson. 
Morda. Thomson. 
Harlan Cloud. 
Wm. Burns. 
John Taurence. 
John Coubourn. 
Richd. Reily. 



Joseph Pennal. 
Isaac Dutton. 
Amos Ireland. 
Saml. Eagleson. 
Benjn. Johnson. 



Class 4th. 



David Johnston. 
Joseph Cobourn. 
Saml. Smith. 
Isaac Talley. 
Wm. Ford. 



Jacob Ford. 
Zach. Derrich. 
Saml. Harris. 
Saml. Boyd. 
Enoch Savile. 



Class 5th. 

Thos. Edwards. 
Wm. Booth. 
Richd. Marrow. 
Thos. Thomson. 
Robt. Savile. 



Class 6th. 



Kensman Ducton. 
Jacob Dutton. 
Jacob Cobourn. 
Wm. Goodwin. 
Wm. Robeson. 
Bezef Lamplugh. 



John Hager. 
John Harden. 
John Townsend. 
Daniel Brown. 
Wm. McFattridge. 
Saml. Price. 



Saml. Burns. 
Thos. Wallace. 
John Kerlin. 
John Talbott. 



7th Class. 



Joseph Asken, 
Job Cloud. 
Wm. Ford, B. 



Jr. 



884 



ASSOCIATORS AND MIUTIA. 



QaMStlL 



Saml. THmble. 
SamL Walker. 
Jas. Dongherly. 
John McOoj. 
Geo. Derick. 
Andw. Torton. 
Charles B^jigelL 
Wm. Hoekins. 
Chester ss. 
Ueut James Huston 



Isaac Pennal. 
Joseph Boms. 
Charles ; 
John Price. 
John Torton. 
B^n. llarshalL 
Nathan PennalL 



before 

THOa LEWIS, & Ia G. C. 



A UST OP ALI4 P&R80N8 IN NBWOARDBN TOWNffiaiP 
UNDBR NOnCB OF THS MIUSHA LAW. (c) 



BenJ. Allen. 
Wm. McConnal. 
Jno. Cashier. 
Philip Ward. 
Tarrance Lynch. 
Hugh Christy. 

Thos. Richards. 
Nathanal Richards. 
Isaac Richards. 
Thompson Parker. 
Jno. Scarlet 



let Class. 

Jno. Proctor. 
Edmond Daughertyi 
Jno. Hutton. 
Wm. Hartly. 
Willm. Person. 

Second Class. 

Wm. Dixon. 
Jno. Fitzsimmons. 
James McClelland. 
Thos. Lamboum. 
James White. 



Enoch Oregg. 
Wm. Miller. 
Levi Johnson. 
David Hanaway. 
Wm. Finsly. 
Wm. Cherry. . 



3d Class. 

Thos. Egnew. 
BenJ. Flncher. 
Alax. McEntire. 
Jno. Jackson. 
Jno. Erving. 



COUNTY OP CHESTER. 



Samuel Miller. 
Jos. Hutton. 
Wm. Hutton. 
Jas. Rowen. 
Thos. Col)i>er. 



4th Class. 

Pascal Milhouse. 
BenJ. Sharp. 
Thos. Moor. 
Christy Lue. 
Jas. Hall. 



Jno. Beal. 
Jos. Hurford. 
Nicholas Hurford. 
Stephen Anderson. 
Jonathan Johnson. 
Jos. Scarlet 
Jos. Miller. 

Jesse Hutton. 
Hyet Hutton. 
Jas. Pyle. 
Neamiah Hutton. 
Matthew Taylor. 
Robert Marten. 



5th Class. 

Patrick Roney. 
Wm. Miller, Junr. 
George Sharp. 
Jos. Miller, Junr. 
Ludwick Noy. 
Daniel Fullerton. 

6th Class. 

BenJ. Hutton. 
Wm. McMinnimy. 
Isaac Miller. 
Jas. Emlen. 
Henny Keys. 
Thomas Hutton. 



Moses Rowen. 
Jos. Hobson. 
Archibald Egnew. 
David Hoops. 
Joshua Bowen. 
Samuel McEntire. 



Seventh Class. 

Joshua Dixon. 
Jacob Pyle. 
Timothy Collens. 
Roger McVay. 
Alex. McMonigal. 
Thos. Ewert. 



Jas. Allen. 
Thos. Allen. 
Isaac Jackson. 
Wm. Bams. 
Isaac Barms. 
Jas. Miller. 



Eighth Class. 

Jno. Barrat 
Jno. Dixon. 
Jno. Commons. 
Isaac Jackson, Jr. 
David Freame. 
Jacob Sharpleea. 




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i !< ntr\ riuf.^t. 
Aljram CJuest. 
Samuel Guest. 
John Folk. 
William Folk. 
Stephen Keepers. 
Isac Pyle. 
Simon Pyle. 
Isac Ford. 
William Winit. 
Samuel Steel. 
John Both. 
Joseph I^yd. 
William Eyre. 
Daniel Sulivan. 
Joseph Larkin. 
John Guest. 
Isac Larkin. 



ParKf^r Askoii. 
I)a\i<l T^a!(lwin. 
Elias Eurnit. 
John Redin. 
Daniel Pyle. 
William Baldwin. 
John Burnit, Junr. 
Robert Burnit 
Henery Burnit. 
Benjamin Eaten. 
Gin Sivel. 
Mordica Tomson. 
Joseph Steel. 
Robert Kincad. 
James Taylor. 
Daniel Green. 
Nathanel Newlin. 
Jacob Tobert. 
Nichlas Newlin. 



VINCENT ANNUEL RETURN OF ALL THE BIALB 
INHABITANTS THEREIN WHO ARE AT TBI 
CAPABLE OF BEARING ARMS AS THE LAW D: 
(c.) 

Taken by 
MICHAEL CYPHER, 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 



887 



Keuja. Everhard. 

Caspar Himes. 

Conrad Carl. 

Conrad Halman. 

Conrad Sharer. 

Conrad Shank, Lieutenant 

Christian Hick. 

Charles Koogler. 

Daniel Corkar. 

David Melcher. 

Daniel Piclierd. 

David Jinkin. 

David Jinkin, Senr. 

Eleazar Evans. 

Even Evans. 

Edward Parker Junr. 

Edward Keenan. 

E^noch Meredith. 

Edward Kelly. 

Enoch Evans. 

Frederick ShoU. 

Felix Christman. 

Frederick Brenhold. 

George Snider. 

Godfry Krimel. 

Georg. Fitzsimont. 

Georg Deery. 

Georg Keyse. 

Henry Brombach. 

Henry Dasher. 

Henry Sharading. 

Henry Christman. 

Hazael Thomas. 

Henry Bener. 

Henry Knerr, Sr. 

Henry Knerr, Jr. 

Henry Haupt 

Henry Parker. 

Henry Roads. 

Hugh Strickland. 

Henry Hemrlright. 

Hermanns Acki. 

Joseph Bosler. 

aTohn Hippol. 



Jacob Acre. 

John Byer. 

Jacob Mellinger. 

Jacob Leaer. 

Jacob Hofman. 

Jacob Munshower. 

John Roads. 

Jacob Steger, Lieutenant 

John Mowra. 

Joan Icoung. 

john Horrs. 

John McKracken. 

John Neal. 

Jacob Keely. 

John Teger. 

James Rogers. 

Jonathan Rogers. 

Jacob Miller. 

Jacoo Ochi. 

John Willson. 

Jams Ralston. 

Jon. Ralston, Lieutenant CoIod 

John Meredeth. 

Jonas Heke. 

James Evans. 

Jacob Ginder. 

Jacob Vodges. 

John Bound. 

James John . 

Joseph Davis. 

James Barber. 

John Mcfarland. 

Jacob Kobert, Lieutenant. 

Johnnathan Thomas. 

Jacob Monera. 

John Halman. 

John Shenhold. 

John Sholl. 

John James. 

James Meredeth. 

John Evans. 

James Heppeny. 

Jacob Smith. 

John Dellinge. 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA. 



James Worthlngton. 

Jacob Elsas. 

Isaac Turner. 

John Smith. 

John DIttlo. 

John Melcher. 

James False. 

John Myer. 

John Melcher, Junr. 

Ludwik Bower. 

Mathias Keely. 

Mathias Greeso. 

Michael Holman. 

Nickolas Kiser. 

Nickolas Ground. 

Nickolas Halderman. 

Owen Thomas. 

Peter Rads. 

Phillip Bower, Sarjant. 

Phillip Miller. 

Peter Defren. 

Peter Defren, Junr. 

Peter Shank. 

Peter Shenhald. 

Peter Heck. 

Peter Moses. 



Phillip WiaJid. 

Rudolph Essig. 

Phillip Levenbug. 

Samuel Ash. 

Thomas Wilson, captain. 

Thomas Steel. 

Thomas Davis. 

Thomas Krosler. 

Thomas Rees. 

William Evons, Lrieutenant 

Coll. 
William Melcher. 
William Rogers. 
William West. 
William Evans, Junr. 
William McKanel. 
Thomas Wise. 
Daniel Sifer. 
Frances Smith. 
Samuel Hersh. 
Henry Kepler. 
Yost Hippel. 
Deederik Keller. 
Thomas Evans. 
Thomas Alleson. 



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